Along the 40 km of rural paths that make up the Ronda Verda (Green Route), you will discover, either on foot or by bike, a variety of landscapes: forests, Mediterranean crop fields, dry stone margins, areas of natural interest and quiet golden sandy beaches. Along the Ronda Verda, you can stop off at the various viewpoints that offer spectacular views.
Healthy itineraries await you in Baix Gaià. It is a real pleasure to follow these signposted mountain bike routes along well-preserved paths around the town centres, such as the Torredembarra - Tarragona stage, where you can enjoy the beaches and the architecture.
Baix Gaià also enjoys an extraordinary gastronomic heritage, with a great diversity and quality of products produced in the territory: wine, oil, cava, artisan bread, cheese, dairy products, and carob beans are some of the examples.
An area of great ecological interest and catalogued as a protected space where there is an abundance of native vegetation and species of aquatic birds. Together with Llarga beach and La Marquesa forest, it forms a natural ensemble of great importance that is complemented by the mouth of the Gaià River.
With a tower built in 1562 to defend against pirates, it forms part of the Tamarit - Punta de la Móra Protected Natural Area, which conserves coastal species that have almost disappeared. On the other side of the road you can climb the hill of Sant Simplici, with one of the best views of the area.
It is said that the vila closa (closed village) of Altafulla is a magical, haunted place... and perfectly preserved since the 18th century. Escape because you will discover stately houses with Renaissance and Baroque façades and a castle perched high above the sea breeze.
In Torredembarra you will find a historic centre with unique monuments such as the one that houses the current Town Hall, a jewel of the Catalan Renaissance, or the 11th century Vila tower; on the coast, from wide beaches to virgin dune ecosystems, such as Els Muntanyans.
From its privileged viewpoint, some 48 m above sea level, Creixell dominates the whole of the easternmost Mediterranean of the Costa Daurada. It enjoys almost 2 km of fine golden sandy beach. It still conserves the traditional dunes with autochthonous flora and fauna and is catalogued as an area of natural interest.
Stop in Roda de Berà, where you will find the arch named after the town and which forms part of the Tarraco Archaeological Ensemble. Enjoy the beaches, visit the Roc de Sant Gaietà, where there is the Luis del Olmo Radio Museum and the Jujol Space. Take a stroll along the Camí de Ronda and admire the views as you walk towards the Llarga beach.