10 Things to Do in Segur de Calafell That You Shouldn't Miss

September 7, 2017 Harland Bartelt

Discover the best top things to do in Segur de Calafell, Spain including Playa de Calafell, Ciutadella Iberica, Pau Casals Museum, Platja de Ribes Roges, El Roc de Sant Gaieta, Playa de Cubelles, L'Estany i el Riuet, Finca Mas Perdut, Calafell Slide, Cellers Avgvstvs Forvm.
Restaurants in Segur de Calafell

1. Playa de Calafell

Segur de Calafell, Spain
Excellent
58%
Good
37%
Satisfactory
3%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 128 reviews

Playa de Calafell

Reviewed By guestwithstandards - Spain

... especially when compared to Sitges. We moved our boat from Port de Sitges Aigua Dolce because the Marina there was open to the public, not very secure and crumbling. Port Segur is only a few years old - which must be why it has as yet no Trip Advisor page - and the Marina is clean, efficient, secure and reasonably priced. The same may be said of the Calafell coast in general and the beach around the Port in particular. There are Restaurants and Cafe Bars inside the port and along the Playa and a huge Car Park along the beach-side road fronting the port. This is pay to park as is parking on the road. The Marina has key card entry though additional gates. Secure and pleasant indeed.

2. Ciutadella Iberica

Carretera de Barcelona C-31 km. 141, 43820 Calafell, Spain +34 977 69 46 83
Excellent
47%
Good
45%
Satisfactory
8%
Poor
0%
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0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 68 reviews

Ciutadella Iberica

The Iberian Citadel of Calafell is one of the most remarkable archaeological sites of the Iberian times (6th to 2nd centuries BC) in our country due to its singularity. Its experimental reconstruction "in situ" makes the Citadel an appropriate place for all range of public in order to know how the Cossetan Iberians lived more than 2000 years ago.

Reviewed By Gordon S - Burnley, United Kingdom

Very helpful staff. Explained in English and gave us their guidebook to take around the site with us!

3. Pau Casals Museum

Av. Palfuriana, 67 | Playa de Sant Salvador, 43880 El Vendrell, Spain +34 977 68 42 76
Excellent
57%
Good
33%
Satisfactory
10%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 160 reviews

Pau Casals Museum

Ubicado en la casa de verano que Pau Casals se hizo construir frente al mar, en la playa de Sant Salvador, El Vendrell, ahora convertida en un moderno museo donde la música y los audiovisuales nos hacen revivir los momentos más importantes de la vida del gran violonchelista internacional como músico y luchador por la paz.

Reviewed By CSteeves - Strathmore, Canada

This wonderful museum is a short drive from Barcelona but is also easily accessible by train so there is no excuse not to go. Pau Casals is to music what Picasso is to art and Gaudi is to architecture. The museum gives a comprehensive view of the great musician and the equally great humanitarian. While the museum appeals to all musicians and music lovers, his humanitarian achievements make this museum appealing to everyone. The added bonus is the the beautiful Sant Salvador Beach. After an inspiring and moving visit to the museum, we enjoyed Casals beach which is one of the nicest anywhere. Also the museum staff were very friendly and outgoing.

4. Platja de Ribes Roges

Passeig de Ribes Roges | Platja, 08800 Vilanova i la Geltru, Spain +34 938 15 45 17
Excellent
56%
Good
42%
Satisfactory
2%
Poor
0%
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0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 146 reviews

Platja de Ribes Roges

Reviewed By DRHori - Sibiu, Romania

We visited beginning of September, it was not over-crowded, sand was quite clean (it's fine bright coloured sand), some beach volley nets are available, there are chirinquitos (small bars) with snacks and fresh drinks, over all recommended

5. El Roc de Sant Gaieta

Placa Mediterrani, 1, 43883 Roda de Bara, Spain +34 977 80 07 01
Excellent
55%
Good
40%
Satisfactory
4%
Poor
1%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 384 reviews

El Roc de Sant Gaieta

Reviewed By Richard C

Lovely little town, worth walking along the coastal path to the west. Nice way to kill a few hours seeing the area

6. Playa de Cubelles

Cubelles, Spain
Excellent
41%
Good
49%
Satisfactory
8%
Poor
2%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 34 reviews

Playa de Cubelles

Reviewed By Martine T - Carennac, France

We arrived in Cubelles on the heels of a big storm which carried sand and loads of seaweed well into the street. The Promenade along the shore was burried in debris brought by the huge waves. Within 48 hours, the city workers had cleaned the mess and brought the beach back to its pristine state. These Beaches are beautifully maintained, even off-season. Congratulations!

7. L'Estany i el Riuet

Coma Ruga, Spain
Excellent
28%
Good
53%
Satisfactory
17%
Poor
2%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 39 reviews

L'Estany i el Riuet

Reviewed By SEP_bcn - Sabadell, Spain

Los que acostumbramos a estar cerca, en mi caso Roda de Berá, voy a menudo "pateando" a Comarruga, hay que hacer ejercicio que es muy sano, y como no, ir allí es imprescindible pasearse por l'estany i el riuet, aunque hay que entender que en esta época del año, falta poco para llegar a Semana Santa, todavía hay poca gente.

8. Finca Mas Perdut

Masia Mas Perdut s/n | Diseminat 1, 43710 Santa Oliva, Spain +34 616 19 08 77
Excellent
100%
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5 based on 10 reviews

Finca Mas Perdut

Small familiar winery since 2010, where we grow our own 100% native grapes and wine, making unique and authentic wines where we bottle the landscape that surrounds us. You can come to visit, by prior appointment, and according to times of the year are made various events that will be published through social networks. Visit us! You will learn and enjoy a special environment with wines that you love. By the moment the visits are made in Catalan and Spanish

Reviewed By Bruno Aires R - Rio de Janeiro, RJ

Depois de muito pesquisar, escolhe a Finca devido a sua proximidade com Tarragona, pois viemos de Barcelona e iríamos a Valência no mesmo dia. A escolha se mostrou MUITO acertada, que visita bacana. Fomos muito bem recebidos pelo Josep e sua namorada, que nos mostraram a plantação de vinhos, de frutas e, ao final, degustamos os vinhos da casa com alguns pães, vinagres e um vinho de sobremesa. Perfeito!

9. Calafell Slide

Cami Mas d'en Vives s/n, 43820 Calafell, Spain +34 697 54 37 27
Excellent
39%
Good
53%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
3%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 87 reviews

Calafell Slide

Calafell Slide is a giant summer bobsled run where you ride on a wheeled bob that has brakes to contol the speed easily. Children from 3 years on are allowed. Those who are younger than 8 years can go together wiht an adult. Come and enjoy the fresh air together with your family and friends, get a charge of adrenaline on the giant toboggan and get rid of after-hunger with a pizza or some other of our delicious snacks together with an nice cold drink. See you soon!

Reviewed By Helen M - St. Albans, United Kingdom

Three of us went on - ages 52, 15 and 12- and it was great fun. Highly recommend. It was a 25 minute walk into the countryside on outskirts of Calafell. We headed in the direction of the castle but ended up having to cross a busy fast road..On the way back we found a tunnel that goes under the road ( much safer).

10. Cellers Avgvstvs Forvm

Ctra. Sant Vicenc s/n, 43700 El Vendrell, Spain +34 663 92 95 52
Excellent
61%
Good
30%
Satisfactory
7%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 76 reviews

Cellers Avgvstvs Forvm

When we first planted our vineyards in the early 80s, we chose a unique place, just 3 km from the Mediterranean Sea at the “Pla de Mar”, where our vineyards now enjoy a very special microclimate in the DO Penedes thanks to the sea breezes which, due a process of thermical inversion, promote a correct grape maturation and its good health. These vineyards have an old tradition: between them there are remains of the most famous Roman way, the Via Avgvsta, that started in Rome and finished in the south of Spain crossing the most important cities of the Mediterranean coast. For all these reasons, we have wanted tribute to this Roman way, naming our winery and our wines Avgvstvs.

Reviewed By Robert P - Phoenix, Arizona

Marko was a great guide and educator. This is a Bordeaux type wine producer not really doing the Spanish varietal. Tasted a couple very good and nicely priced wines. Also making varietal and aged vinegars. Very different and intriguing. All in all educational and interesting...MoreDear Robert, Thank you so much for sharing your experience with us. I will share your comments with the team and, specially, with Marko. Hope to see you soon, Best regards

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