Holidays to PortAventura

Holidays to PortAventura

Located on Spain’s gorgeous Costa Dorada, the exciting holiday resort of PortAventura offers holiday-goers the best the Spanish east-coast has to offer. The resort itself is made up of two theme parks: PortAventura Park and Ferrari land. The park also contains the PortAventura Caribe Aquatic Park, an enormous convention centre, 3 fantastic golf courses, as well as 5 luxury hotels. Furthermore, the resort is located less than an hour away from Barcelona, Salou and Tortosa. So, what are you waiting for? Book your holiday to PortAventura with

Why Choose to Holiday in PortAventura

With gorgeous summer temperatures averaging at roughly 23°, your time in PortAventura will be a much-welcomed break from the often-disappointing summers of northern Europe. Regardless of what time of year you decide to travel to PortAventura, the weather will always be mild with an average yearly temperature of 16°.

However, although the weather will be a big factor for a lot of you – PortAventura also offers its visitors an exciting experience. The resorts primary theme park is the enormous PortAventura Park, which is divided into 6 specific themes, these include Mediterranean, Far West, Mexican, Chinese and Polynesian, not forgetting a Sesame Street themed area for younger audiences. With over 43 attractions in PortAventura Park, you’ll be sure to have a blast!

Beach Holidays in PortAventura

If you choose to travel to PortAventura during the summer months then you’ll definitely want to make the most of the resorts invigorating Caribe Aquatic Park. The water park has an area of 50,000 square metres and includes over 16 unique attractions for visitors to experience.

Furthermore, as the Caribe Aquatic Park has a Caribbean theme, you can expect to see palm trees and hear reggae music as soon as you enter the park! Importantly for sun lovers, the park also plays host to the resort’s main man-made beaches. These beaches are well designed, fantastically serviced, and immaculate, so if the golden sands and turquoise waters of the Costa Dorada are important to you then you’re in the right place!

Activities in PortAventura

As you’d expect when holidaying in a resort set up with the sole purpose of entertaining its guests, there’s plenty to do in PortAventura. Whether you want to experience thrills at either the PortAventura Park, Ferrari Land or Caribe Aquatic Park, or relax playing a few rounds of golf, eating at the park’s multitude of fantastic restaurants or lounging on its man-made beaches - you will be well looked after at the PortAventura resort.

With that being said, the resort is located only an hour away from Barcelona and Tortosa, and less than 5 minutes away from Salou. On top of this, the PortAventura resort has its own railway station, providing quick and easy access to these nearby cultural hubs.

Food, Drink & Nightlife in PortAventura

PortAventura has over 21 different restaurants located within the resort, and these all serve a wide range of cuisines aimed at reflecting the theme of the park section in which they’re located. You’ll be able to find almost everything you could possibly imagine, regardless of your specific tastes or your budget constraints. The resorts luxury hotels all have their own restaurants as well, providing 4 and 5-star dining experiences!

However, if you want a less prescribed experience of the Costa Dorada culinary and evening experiences then it’s easy to hop on a train from PortAventura to Barcelona or Tortosa. It’s even easier to catch a bus or a taxi into the neighbouring Salou.

Useful Information for Holidays to PortAventura

If you’re travelling to PortAventura from the United Kingdom you should expect to spend roughly 2 and a half hours in the air. Accordingly, with such a short flight time the resort is a fantastic destination for families with young children.

As PortAventura is located on Spain’s Costa Dorada, the primary currency accepted in PortAventura and the surrounding region is the Euro. recommends beginning to look at exchange rates roughly a month before you’re due to travel, this way you’re more likely to get more Euro for your Sterling.

The primary language spoken by the population is Spanish. However, you may come across people in the region who prefer to speak Catalonian. Nevertheless, as the resort caters towards both domestic and international tourists, many of the resort’s staff speak fluent English. If you choose to travel to nearby Salou, Barcelona or Tortosa, you will likely find a similar situation where many of the locals speak fantastic English. Regardless of the language you speak, it’s polite to attempt the basics when talking to the locals.

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