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Inside the Golden Coast
Reus is a small town found within 10 kilometres from the coast of Costa Dorada, which is also known as the Golden Coast in the province of Tarragona. The town is the capital of Baix Camp and has been renowned all through Spain for its production of wine and other spirits like Brandy. Reus is small and lovely with beautiful picture perfect residential area close to the coast. Most people now visit the town for the beach in the summer and to get some winter sun.
Although Reus is the birthplace of the famous Catalan modernist Antoni Gaudi, there are no buildings designed by him. In the town, instead are various buildings designed by his colleagues
Lluís Domènech i Montaner, Pere Caselles i Tarrats and Pere Domènech Roura in modernist style. Among the buildings you can visit with your campervan hire and are designed by the famous architects are the Casa Navas, Casa Ruili, Casa Gasull, Casa Marco, Casa Sarda, and Xalet Serra, among other imposing architectural gems.
Reus is also known as the gateway to Costa Dorada and to the Port Aventura. The latter is a theme park located eight kilometres away from Reus (near the coast) and is full of attractions and rides ranging from gentle rides for the tykes to more hardcore rides like roller coasters. In the theme park, the one and only eight-loop roller coaster can be found too, the Dragon Khan.
There is an airport situated in Reus, the Reus Airport and has flights to various European locations. However, for those areas not served by Reus Airport, the Barcelona Airport serves them. It is possible to drive your campervan to and from Barcelona through the main coastal highway.
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