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Amfiteatre de Tarragona

Amfiteatre de Tarragona

Museo de Arte Moderno de Tarragona

Museo de Arte Moderno de Tarragona

The Ferreres Aqueduct

The Ferreres Aqueduct

Muralla Romana de Tarragona

Muralla Romana de Tarragona

Catedral Basílica Metropolitana i Primada de Santa Tecla de Tarragona

Catedral Basílica Metropolitana i Primada de Santa Tecla de Tarragona

Your Tarragona guide

Tarragona: A City of Living History! Located in the south of Catalonia, in northeast Spain, Tarragona is a port city known for its ancient ruins. These include the Roman colony of Tarraco, the 2nd century Roman Amphitheater, the Paleo-Christian cemetery, and the remains of the Forum in the old medieval walled city. But Tarragona is more than just a city of history - it is also a friendly city with great gastronomy, beautiful beaches, and a rich cultural and leisure offering.

Tarraco was a small Rome, a port city open to the Mediterranean and home to a diverse group of people speaking many languages. It had a particularly pleasant climate, making it a desirable place to live and prosper. This spirit still lives on in Tarragona today. As you walk through the streets and squares of the medieval city or gaze out at the horizons of the Mare Nostrum, you can sense the pleasant, beneficent city that even healed an emperor: Augustus.

From www.motion4rent.com, we bring you important information about Tarragona, including places of interest, tourist offices, accessible beaches, adapted excursions, theme parks, accessible restaurants, and other offerings for visitors with reduced mobility. We hope you enjoy your stay!

Tarragona Tourist office

Tarragona has 3 tourist offices of which we give you the contact details and locations:

Municipal Tourism Office

The Tourist Office is the ideal place to learn about the city's monuments and other tourist resources, including schedules and events. You can also purchase a map to help you locate and organize your visit. This office is located in the old town, near the cathedral.

The entrance to the office is accessible, although the door is not automatic. Inside, there is an exhibition room featuring a model for blind visitors and one that is adapted for visitors with reduced mobility. A portion of the counter is also adapted.

  •  Carrer Major, 37
  • Telephone: (+34) 977 25 07 95
  • Email: turisme@tarragona.cat


Municipal Tourism Office

  • Rambla Nova, s/n
  • Telephone (+34) 977 25 07 95
  • Email: turisme@tarragona.cat


Tourist Office of Catalonia in Tarragona (Generalitat)

  •  Carrer Fortuny, 4
  • Telephone: (+34) 977 23 34 15
  • Email: ot.tarragona@gencat.cat


Provincial airport:

Tarragona has an airport located in the municipality of Reus, 7 km from the city. The airport, called Reus Tarragona Airport, is connected to the city by shuttle bus. It offers both domestic and international flights and is operated by Aena



Tarragona has a railway station on the Mediterranean Corridor, managed by Adif and served by the public operator Renfe. It offers connections to all municipalities in the province and throughout Spain. The station is located 3 km from the city center, next to the Palau de Fires and Congresses of the city. It has recently been refurbished, with the interior space remodeled and expanded.

We would like to inform you that there are no elevators at this station. To move between tracks, you will need to use stairs. The station offers the following services to passengers:

  • Attention to passengers with disabilities
  • Wheelchairs
  • Toilets for people with disabilities
  • Private parking hours, 00:00 to 24:00 hr

More information about Tarragona RENFE station:

  • Renfe 912 320 320 (Information, booking, sale, change and cancellation of tickets)
  • Attention disabled travelers 912 140 505

 It also has a high-speed train station: Estación de Campo de Tarragona.

Located 10 km from the center -also managed by Adif and operated by Renfe- it provides AVE and Trenhotel services to the city, connected to it by a shuttle bus.



All urban buses in Tarragona are adapted for people with reduced mobility (PRM).

The central bus station is located on Calle Pere Martell s/n, near the Plaza Imperial Tarraco and the Municipal Auditorium. This central location is close to shopping centers, squares, monuments, restaurants, and hotels.

You can reach the station by taxi (there is a stop right outside), city bus, or by driving and parking in the station car park.

To get to the central station by city bus, you can take Lines 42, 54, 72, 3, 6, 30, 34 with a stop at Calle Vía Roma (one of the sides of the station), or Lines 5, 6, 54 and 85 with a stop at the entrance.

Line 23 of the urban bus connects the Bus Station with the Train Station.

The station has a cafeteria-restaurant, ticket offices and check-in, a newsstand, toilets adapted for people with reduced mobility, and lifts that connect the lobby to the lower floor where the underground car park is located. There are also vending machines for drinks and snacks.

The docks for urban, provincial, interprovincial, and national buses are located outside the station. Inside, you will find screens with information on arrivals and departures for all routes and destinations.



Tarragona has 6 adapted taxis, and 5 of them are from the Radio Taxi company, we leave you their contact information to be able to book

  • Address and contact
    • Passeig Muntanya de la Oliva. 43007 Tarragona
    • Telephone: (+34) 977221414 or (+34) 600553388
    • Email: tgnataxi@gmail.com 

Adapted beaches

Tarragona has more than 15 km of coastline and there are several beaches accessible to people with reduced mobility. In this section we propose some of them.

The accessible beaches are:

  • The Savinosa
  • The Long
  • L'Arrabassada
  • the miracle
  • Tamarit
  • La Mora

Next, we detail Miracle beach (Del Milagro) and l'Arrabassada beach since they are the closest to the city center, both of course accessible to people with reduced mobility.

El Milagro Beach:

Playa El Milagro, also known as El Miracle or Comandancia, is a semi-urban beach on the Costa Dorada with golden sand. It is 980 meters long and 20 meters wide, with a medium occupancy rate. The beach has special accesses for people with reduced mobility and an unattended car park with over 100 spaces.

To get to Playa El Milagro by car, the closest road is the N-340, Via Augusta. When you arrive, you will find the beach's unattended car park with over 100 spaces.

If you prefer to arrive by bus, you can take urban Lines 1 and 9.

It's worth noting that Playa El Milagro is located right in front of the Roman amphitheater, so you can't miss it.

Services of El Milagro Beach 

  • Life guard
  • Parking
  • Toilets
  • Shower
  • Litter bins
  • Housekeeping
  • Sport zone
  • Food establishment
  • Yacht club
  • Drinking establishment
  • Nearby hospital

L'Arrabassada Beach

L'Arrabassada Beach is a semi-urban beach with golden sand. It is 550 meters long and 60 meters wide, with a high occupancy rate. This beach has been awarded the Blue Flag by the European Foundation for Environmental Education, recognizing the quality of its waters, safety, services, and environmental sustainability. It has special accesses for people with reduced mobility and an unattended car park with 50-100 spaces.

To get to L'Arrabassada Beach by car, the closest road is the N-340, Via Augusta. When you arrive, you will find the beach's unattended car park with 50-100 spaces.

If you prefer to arrive by bus, you can take urban Lines 1 and 9.

L'Arrabassada Beach Services 

  • Life guard
  • Parking
  • Toilets
  • Showers
  • Litter bins
  • Children's area
  • Housekeeping
  • Sport zone
  • Food establishment
  • Drinking establishment
  • Nearby hospital

Neighborhoods / Areas

Miracle Seawalk

We propose a walk along the sea that is 100% accessible for people with reduced mobility: the Paseo del Miracle. Recently remodeled, this promenade has wide, accessible sidewalks (minimum 3 meters, maximum 8 meters). The promenade also now has a bidirectional bike lane that is 2.80 meters wide, with a safety distance of 1.2 meters from the pavement. The bike lane is decorated with garden elements and street furniture.

As mentioned, the new space is fully accessible and has an access ramp to the beach. Tactile paving has been installed throughout the promenade to indicate routes and pedestrian crossings, which are slightly raised to improve pedestrian safety. The walking area has been designed to be at the same level, eliminating architectural barriers.

In the design of the promenade, there is a small balcony located near the walkway lifts, replicating the Balcón del Mediterráneo on the Rambla Nova.

Serrallo neighborhood

Welcome to one of the most characteristic neighborhoods of Tarragona... While we cannot confirm that the entire neighborhood is accessible, the majority of its streets and sidewalks have been made accessible to people with reduced mobility after several years of renovations.

We are talking about the Barrio del Serrallo, a picturesque area with its own personality and charming restaurants where you can savor the best fish and shellfish in Tarragona.

This neighborhood was founded at the end of the 18th century when the Port Works Board planned its construction. Its narrow streets and simple 19th-century buildings give it the character of a typical seafaring enclave.

Some notable landmarks in the neighborhood include the 19th-century church of San Pedro, designed by Ramón Salas Ricomà, and the Fishermen's Guild building, built in 1925 by Antoni Pujol Sevil.

You can also visit the fish market, which dates back to 1928 (though documents suggest it may be even older).

We recommend having lunch or dinner at one of the restaurants in the area and trying one of their seafood dishes such as suquet de moixina or the local specialty, romesco sauce.

Rambla Nova

The Rambla Nova is the center of city life, known for its terraces, restaurants, elegant stores, and various public and private institutions. It features interesting buildings representative of 19th and 20th-century architecture. The Rambla Nova was designed in 1854 after the demolition of the old wall of San Juan, which was built in the 16th century and had become a barrier between the traditional Parte Alta and the growing Marina neighborhood.

The Rambla Nova houses several monuments, including the one to Roger de Lauria by Feliu Ferrer Galzeran, erected in 1883, and the one dedicated to the "Heroes of 1811" by Julio Antonio. In its modern extension, there is also the popular monument to the Castellers.

Adapted restaurants

Buena Gente Restaurant: https://restaurantebuenagente.es/

This restaurant is a family business that puts a lot of enthusiasm into what they do. They are specialists in pizzas and Italian food, all their products are local and their staff is always attentive and friendly.

The restaurant is accessible to people with reduced mobility and so are its bathrooms.



La Xarxa Restaurant: https://cartadigital.barmanagerapp.com/site/index/show/LAXARXA

This restaurant specializes in rice dishes and seasonal fish, always with fresh products and an extensive wine list.

This restaurant is accessible to people with reduced mobility, but its bathrooms are not.

  • Address and contact
    • C/ de Sant Pere, 38, 43004 Tarragona
    • Telephone: (+34) 977214531


Varadero Restaurant: http://varaderorestaurante.com/

This family restaurant, located in a beautiful enclave in the port of Tarragona, will delight you with its rice dishes, paellas and fresh fish fresh from the sea. In addition, for all its clients it offers a small guided pedestrian route.

This restaurant is accessible to people with reduced mobility and so are its bathrooms.

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