The concrete structure envelops the house and gives it a unique style that differentiates it from other properties in the luxurious resort of Cala Romana.
Inside open spaces and large windows allow a harmony between the terrace and outdoor pool and indoor dining room. All details are thoroughly cared to build this property for their own use of a real estate professional. Ceramic floor tiles are large format (120x60), same as the cladding of the facade of Porcelanosa.
Underfloor heating powered by solar panels and boilers Daikin Altherma.
A luxury touches that make your stay very comfortable in the house.
Tarragona was declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 2000.
Also conspicuous by his multiple attractions including the Cathedral, the Rambla Nova, Tarragona main shopping Mediterranean balcony that leads to a lookout over the sea and its port, one of most important in Spain.
Tarragona also offers all kinds of services from the Rovira i Virgili University and the Public Library, even exquisite restaurants with Michelin star a few kilometers away.
We can’t forget the traditional festivals such as Castle Competition and International Dixieland Festival (jazz festival), Easter Tarragona, declared of national interest by the Government of Catalonia and Spain, its international competition fireworks and festivities of Santa Tecla.
Tarragona also offers a wide range of cultural and leisure activities for all ages to enjoy its museums, the theater, the possibility of all kinds of water sports, play golf and long walks in the parks and gardens.
The surrounding area include the city of Salou, which houses the Port Aventura theme park with a waterslide, a golf course and four hotels. It is the most visited park in Spain. Tarragona is also 10km from Reus Airport and 86 km from Barcelona airport.
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