The villa is located 225 meters from the sea where you will find three fantastic beaches of fine sand and clear water. At the nearest beach is a rock pool about 5 meters out which makes it ideal for snorkelling and looking at the local sea life. Along the sea front there are a number of restaurants (mainly Spanish or German) plus in mid and high season all of the beaches have there own beach bars selling drinks, snack and most importantly of all Tapas.
This 4 bedroom air-conditioned villa is located in a quiet and peaceful residential area in the heart of Miami Playa. A short distance to the beach, bars, restaurants, shops and supermarkets. Perfect for a quiet relaxing holiday. The villa has its own private parking, private pool with orange and lemon trees, private outdoor dining terrace, BBQ, and sunbathing area. This villa is perfect for families with young children.
Miami Playa: Miami Playa is a small town that lies in a beautiful landscape between the Mediterranean sea and the mountains, in the southern part of the Costa Dorada: 120 km from Barcelona and 20 km from Salou.
A coastal line of fully changing beauty: pure & sandy beaches, breathtaking cliffs and hidden bays lead to the crystal clear and clean sea water. For the more active travelers there are impressive mountains to be explored nearby.
On hot summer days you can always find a refreshing sea breeze over Miami Playa. At an average yearly temperature of 18 degrees Celsius and 300 days of sun, you can enjoy a stay in Miami Playa almost all year round.
For the sportive holiday makers Miami Playa also offers numerous possibilities: Surfing, sailing, water ski, tennis, squash, riding, golf & mini golf, mountain biking, fishing... After a stroll along the shore, there are many inviting restaurants available.
Costa Dorada: Stretching from Calafell, before Tarragona, the old Roman city, down to the tranquil Delta de l'Ebro, the ?osta Dorada runs along the Mediterranean coast of Catalonia in north-eastern Spain. It's a varied region encompassing beautiful beaches, interesting history, nature reserves, and some of Spain's best vineyards.
The most important town of the region is Tarragona, capital of the providence of the same name. It was one of the most important cities of the Roman Empire, and you can walk along the ancient defense walls, visit the amphitheatre or explore underneath the Roman Circus.
If it's sun and sand you're after, head to Salou, a flashy, modern resort town, or nearby Cambrils, which is quieter and has managed to keep the feel of the fishing village it once was. A bit farther north, La Pineda is a family resort and also has nice beaches. At the region's southern border is the Natural Park of the Ebro River Delta, where you'll find beautiful marine habitats.