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Comaruga Introduction

Comaruga is a popular resort lying in the north of the Costa Dorada. It has a transfer time from Barcelona Airport of forty minutes and is twenty minutes from Reus airport. Comaruga has a long expanse of golden sand washed by clear blue seas and is ideally suited for a relaxing family holiday. Holidaymakers are well supplied with bars, restaurants and shops and Comaruga offers many recreational activities both in and out of the water.

Why Go To Comaruga?

A Comaruga holiday, on Spain’s golden coast, offers a guarantee of summer sunshine, a soft sandy beach with warm clear water and a host of leisure pursuits. Comaruga is a relaxed resort that offers a good range of accommodation and a wide variety of restaurants. It is the ideal place for sinking into silky sands and recharging your batteries.

Comaruga is very popular with families looking for a relaxed resort with a sandy beach and safe waters. Some water sports are provided from the beach and there is an excellent golf course in nearby Calafell.

When To Go To Comaruga

The most popular time to take a Comaruga holiday is from April to October when the temperature ranges from a very pleasant twenty degrees rising to thirty degrees in the height of summer.

Comaruga - The Place

Comaruga is a family resort at the northern end of Spain’s Costa Dorada. It benefits from a long expanse of sandy beach which has the perfect consistency for sand castles or more ambitious sand sculptures. The beach shelves gently into the sea offering safe bathing for children and weak swimmers. There are a number of water sports activities available from the beach.

Comaruga holiday accommodation caters for all budgets and includes all-inclusive hotels, villas, self-catering apartments and studios. Restaurants provide diverse menus accommodating most palates and there are retailers to satisfy most shoppers. Those who wish for a wider range of goods can take a trip to Barcelona.

Golfers will not be disappointed by the Golf la Graiera Club which is an interesting course for both professionals and amateurs. It lies in a beautiful setting surrounded by woodland and lakes and has some challenging holes.

Comaruga is only a short distance from the Aventura Theme Park, one of the largest of its kind in Europe. It offers an exciting day for adults as well as children with some awe-inspiring rides that are not for the faint-hearted.

A Comaruga holiday is ideal for those looking for a relaxing break by the sea

Comaruga Nightlife

Comaruga nightlife is fairly low-key reflecting the family nature of the resort. Evenings are spent strolling along the promenade enjoying a meal or a drink under the stars.

Comaruga Shopping

Comaruga has a small shopping centre supplying holiday essentials, including gifts and souvenirs. Nearby Calafell has an outdoor market on Tuesdays and Fridays and here you can barter for your goods. Traditional items include leather goods, ceramics, embroidered linens and jewellery. Serious shoppers can visit Barcelona which is only a short bus ride away.

Comaruga Eating

Comaruga has a variety of bars and restaurants catering for most tastes. Menus include traditional local dishes such as paella, tortillas, tapas and chorizo and an extensive choice of international cuisine. A good way to try Spanish food is to order a plate of tapas which consists of a medley of bite-sized dishes. Tapas are also ideal for filling the sometimes long gap between lunch and dinner, which is served later in Spain than at home. Spanish wines are pleasant and inexpensive. Children are always made welcome and their tastes and portion sizes are usually accommodated.