House in village near VALLS and TARRAGONA

Entire townhouse hosted by Johnny

  1. 5 guests
  2. 3 bedrooms
  3. 3 beds
  4. 1 bathroom
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Catalunya Tourism Register: HUTT-014950
3-sided house in pretty village / 1st floor
ALL COMFORT: BOSCH washing machine, SIEMENS dishwasher, Central heating fuel between November and end of March included in the rental.
Windows equipped with mosquito nets for opening in summer.
No pets
TV FLAT SCREEN 100cm: reception of the French and Spanish Channels
Terrace 12m2 / Grand Garage 37m2
Up to 5 people MAXIMUM:
3 bedrooms
Check-In : 4: 00 - 8: 00 PM Check-Out:
7: 00 - 11: 00 PM Max

The space
Near De Valls, Puigpelat, Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain
Up to 5 people :
3 bedrooms 2 double beds, 1 single bed, 1 bathroom 1 bathroom 1 toilet

SHEETS AND TOWELS NOT INCLUDED

Puigpelat
The municipality of Puigpelat is located on the central plain of Alt Camp, between the Gaià and Francolí rivers, on a hilltop with excellent views of Camp Tarragona. Access to the city is via the TV-2034 road, which connects Valls to El Vendrell and the road that connects Pont d 'Armentera to Tarragona. The population of Puigpelat has increased considerably over the past 10 years, from 469 to 786 people currently registered. The main activity of the commune is agriculture, the vineyard is the main crop, followed by almonds, olives and hazelnuts, but recently important industries have also been installed.
From the privileged location of the city of VALLS 5kms from Puigpelat, there is a very wide range of activities:
-Roman Tarragona leisure 15 minutes
-Plages de la Costa Dorada et Parc Thématique PORT AVENTURA + FERRARI LAND 20 minutes
-Salou, Cambrils: its beaches, fish restaurants
-Sitges
La route de Reus:ville de Gaudi
The Archaeological Complex of Tárraco (present-day Tarragona) was an administrative and commercial city of considerable importance for Roman Spain and the centre of imperial worship for all the Iberian provinces. It has many superb buildings, parts of which have been revealed by a series of exceptional excavations. Although most visible remains are fragmentary and often preserved under newer constructions, they offer a striking picture of the grandeur of this Roman provincial capital.
Listed as a World Heritage

Site since: 2000 POBLET Monastery 31 km away is the largest on the Cister Road. It is home to a community of monks. It is the largest inhabited Cistercian ensemble in Europe. In 1991, it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO
Cistercian Monastery of Santes Creus 12 km away, the only one without monastic life which allows you to see all the corners of this magnificent building.
Women's Cistercian Monastery of VALLBONA DE LES MONGES at 45 km which has kept a community of nuns continuously for more than 850 years
BARCELONA 95 km away: an unforgettable city for its rich architectural, cultural and bustling life.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
1 double bed
Bedroom 3
1 single bed

What this place offers

Kitchen
Free parking on premises
TV
Washing machine
Bath
Patio or balcony
Garden
Refrigerator
Microwave
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Where you’ll be

Puigpelat, Catalogne, Spain

Between the Preliminary Cordillera and the Mediterranean Sea, between the Francolí and Gaià rivers, in the Tarragona camp and in the middle of the secano plain of Alt Camp, you will find Puigpelat. If, for these things of life, wherever fate leads you, or if you are curious to discover new places that bring you, you will be welcome in this sweet and firm city, with people sweet and affectionate with the territory and with the country. .
If you come to the north or west, you will see how the city receives you on a hill with a few pretensions but enough to clearly see the beauty of the camp of Plana del Alt, with the curtains of the mountains of Prades and Miramar. background A spectacle that harmonizes the delicate balance between nature and human action.
The local economy derives precisely from this balance: agriculture and industry are its pillars. Secondly, we find the services and tourism sector. A large part of the region is covered with vineyards, the main crop. Therefore, dear friends, you are on dry land with good wines and oil, good nuts and good cereals. Here, as in the rest of the plain, you will find the main dryland crops of the Mediterranean, the only dryland in Europe that contains them all. Added value is not always valued.
Nor can we forget its rich culture and folklore. We celebrate the festivities of Catalonia, but we have our own crops. On August 15, we celebrate the feast in honour of the Assumption of Mary. On March 25, we celebrate a great feast in honour of Our Lady of Milk or L'Hospitalet, the most felt by all Puigpelatencs. It is Mother's Day, a real holiday and a very special type where religious and popular traditions mix. The Majorales or Sagristanes are the protagonists with the children.
Another symbol I must call you identifies us as a people: the Puigpelat pine. The current plant was planted in 1985 in memory of the original pine that was famous in Camp Tarragona because of its imposing size. On March 2, 1935, the wind of Saint Simplici sent him down unfortunately.

Near the Pi, you will find the neoclassical parish church dating from 1786 and the portal of the 12th century, the old entrance door to the village. And although it is not visible to be underground, also highlight the Archbishop's mine, a mine that transports water from Puigpelat to Tarragona and was built in the late eighteenth century.
And to return to culture and traditions, remember that Puigpelat is on the ground of calçots, castellers and on the Cistercian road. Therefore, if you have the pleasure of visiting, you can enjoy good food, good food, good traditions and a very historic heritage.

You see that I have simply described my people because it is simple what you will find, it is simple to treat, to do, to ask, but not with excessive wealth to feel, to give, to appreciate. More than with bad words, it's better to find out for yourself. As I told you, if you never make it and don't stop, don't worry, you'll be well received.

Marta Blanch i Figueras

Mayor
Gastronomy is one of the strengths of our territory and is full of places where you can taste traditional Catalan cuisine and, as in the case of Puigpelatenc Casal in Puigpelat.
A restaurant where you can taste dishes of all life in a family atmosphere and very pleasant.
And what can we eat? Throughout the year, you can find a menu of the day with the first, second and dessert to choose from and enjoy excellent cuisine !!! What's more, their specialty is spoons such as chickpeas, soups, … which delight guests especially in winter!
In summer, you can have a good meal on the terrace and enjoy a good vermouth with tapas Made in the Puigpelatenc !! brave potatoes, squid, ... And much more with the good weather, it's great.
You also have hot and cold sandwiches, combined dishes, for all tastes!
Al Casal Puigpelatenc offers excellent menus for Catalan and homemade cuisine!
Midday menu € 10 and a half menu €6
Also combined dishes, tapas and hot and cold sandwiches.
If you're around, it's worth a try!
You will find them in C/ Major, 53 in Puigpelat
Address: Carrer Major, 53, Puigpelat
Open every day except Monday

Hosted by Johnny

  1. Joined in December 2012
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House rules

Check-in: 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Check out: 11:00 am
No pets
No parties or events
Smoking is allowed

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