Discover a selection of 3,000 vacation rentals in Tarragonès, ES that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and private pools. Prices start at $82 per night, and villas and houses are popular options for a stay in Tarragonès. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Soak in seas and history in El Tarragonès

The region of El Tarragonès, set like a seashell on the edge of the Med, could just be the Spain you're after. Combining an amazing history – think Roman amphitheaters and Gothic cathedrals – with sandy beaches, there's certainly plenty to fill the days. Then comes the backcountry, rising from the fishing boat-spotted sea to a range of plains and mountains and peaks. El Tarragonès vacation rentals pepper all corners, spilling straight onto powdery sands in Torredembarra, clutching clifftops with infinity pools in Cap Salou, studding the inland hills with big gardens and gazebos beneath El Montmell-Marmellar.

Things to do

A Roman show in El Tarragonès

El Tarragonès is the closest the Catalan coast comes to the Eternal City. Packed into the blocks of ancient Tarragona are some of Spain's best-preserved Roman ruins. They all fall under a UNESCO site, starting with that breathtaking amphitheater right by the salt-spraying waves of the Mediterranean Sea. Don't miss the arched aqueduct and the winding lanes of the Casc Antic area. The National Archaeological Museum of Tarragona is a good place to start – it's bursting with vases and Roman trinkets and dazzling mosaics.

Activities

El Tarragonès – old buildings and blinding beaches

It's possible to wonder at awesome UNESCO World Heritage Sites and wander palm-shaded promenades all before breakfast in El Tarragonès. History buffs will want to bag their El Tarragonès vacation rentals in the city of Tarragona itself. There, guided walking tours reveal carved Gothic cathedrals and colossal theaters built by the Romans. Lazing and lapping up the sun are the mainstays of nearby Salou, while a hop to Barcelona city is always on the cards – a place where you can really start striking entries from that bucket list.

Weather

When the sun bakes El Tarragonès

While nearby Barcelona is unquestionably a year-round destination, El Tarragonès is more unashamedly about fun in the sun. Thankfully, in this corner of the Spanish Med, long summers and mild winters are the name of the game. It can get cold between November and March, but spring kicks in early, with April and May seeing the first trickles of bikini-wearing travelers to the region. The months between June and August are the most popular time to seek out El Tarragonès vacation rentals with pools or proximity to the beaches. Days, then, are typically hot, dry and cloudless.

Natural features

El Tarragonès is a montage of beautiful beaches

El Tarragonès strings along the Spanish coast for over 32 kilometers. Apart from the occasional marina and port, the whole length is taken up by sandy beaches. Some are backed by green hills and farms, like the long stretch at pretty Tamarit. Others are encased by buzzing bars and water parks, like the resort beaches at lively Salou and La Pineda. Go beyond the sands and head inland and you'll discover a far more off-the-beaten-path area. The land is covered by olive farms, vineyards and rustic little hamlets, then crumples up to meet the wooded ridges of El Montmell-Marmellar.

How many vacation rentals are available around Tarragonès, ES?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 3,204 vacation rentals around Tarragonès. From 336 villa rentals to 1,010 house rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.