Superb 3 Bedroom House in Tarragona Spain
This property is an excellent 3 bedroom house located in the village of Planes del Rei, Tarragona, Spain.
The property includes 3 double sized bedrooms, a bathroom and a large fully equipped kitchen which has access to the back garden.
The living room of the house is fully air conditioned and also includes an excellent closed fireplace.
The garden in the rear of the property also includes a garden shed which can be used for storage.
The property also includes a very large communal pool which provides a nice area to cool down on hot sunny days.
Along with the pool the property also has a superb private garden which provides a wonderful area to spend time and relax.
The property is in an environment surrounded by nature, located only a few kilometres from the nearest beach.
The garden of the property spans over a total size of 400 square metres, the total floor size is 100 square metres.
A superb opportunity for those interested in owning property in this superb area within Tarragona, Spain.
Tarragona province features a Hot-summer Mediterranean climate, summers are dry and hot with sea breezes, with temperatures reaching around 26-31°C. Winter is cool or slightly cold, temperatures often drop to around or slightly below 6°C.
About the Area:
Tarragona, is a province of the southern part of Catalonia. it is bordered by the provinces of Castello, Terol, Saragossa, Lleida and Barcelona and by the Mediterranean Sea.
The province’s population is 795,902 (2018), about one fifth of whom live in the capital, Tarragona.
The province includes several World Heritage Sites and is a popular tourist destination. There are Roman Catholic cathedrals in Tarragona and Tortosa.
The province of Tarragona is in the northeast of Spain with a coast on the Mediterranean Sea. Much of the province is hilly or mountainous and the main feature is the broad valley of the River Ebro and the coastal plain which is backed by the Catalan ranges.
The main crops are cereals, grapes, fruit, olives, hemp and silk. The province has some mineral resources; copper, lead and silver are found and limestone and marble are quarried.
As well as the port city of Tarragona, the province has much to offer for the tourist.
There are Catalan villages to visit, historic sites, sandy beaches, rocky shores, crags, rivers and woodlands and several wildlife reserves. The area has been publicised under the Costa Daurada (golden coast) brand.
There are several monasteries in the province that can be visited by following the “Cistercian Monastery Route”. The best known is the Cistercian monastery of Poblet in the comarca of Conca de Barbera, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Other attractions of the province include the food and wine. The “Penedes Wine and Cava Route” is a tourist trail offering wine-related activities. There are also festivals celebrating local fare, where local gastronomic specialities are eaten, including calcots in Valls, and Xato a sauce served with fish or an endive salad.