• Nearest Beach: Vilanova i la Geltrú 4km

  • Nearest Lake: 3km

  • Nearest Town: Vilanova i la Geltrú 3km

  • Nearby Towns:

    • Sitges: 15km
    • Vilafranca del Penedes: 20km
    • Tarragona: 40km
    • Barcelona: 53km
    • Port Aventura: 60km


You're just half an hour's drive or train ride away from the wonderful city of Barcelona to the north, and the excellent theme park Port Aventura to the south, which can also be reached by public transport. About 30km away is Aqualeon, the only combined water and safari park in Europe. Sitges is a lively resort situated just 9km from the parc, renowned for its bars, restaurants and nightlife. Slightly further afield, sample the shops and restaurants in medieval Tarragona, and the great beach resorts of Salou and Cambrils.

Days Out



Barcelona with it's famous architecture, stunning churches and cathedrals, parks and museums is easily accessible. There is regular coach service to the city and airport (via Sitges) which leaves from the parc entrance throughout the day, all year round.

Barcelona aquarium, costa dorada, spain

L'Aquarium de Barcelona

Meet the penguins face to face and discover the mysterious world of sharks in the 80m underwater tunnel at Barcelona’s aquarium. There are more than 325 species on show with dolphin shows, play area, mini train and pony rides.



Do visit the popular resort of Sitges which is renowned for its beaches - there are 17 of them in total! A lovely palm fringed promenade runs right along the beach front. An hourly / half hourly coach runs from the parc entrance to Sitges and Barcelona, taking 15 minutes to Sitges town centre.

Port Aventura


Just 60km away is the excellent PortAventura - a vast theme park filled with roller coasters and great entertainment for the whole family. With a large aquapark, 5 themed areas and even three golf courses there is something here for everyone.

Sitges culture

Sitges Museums

This region is dying to share its history and culture with museums everywhere: Can Llopis Romantic museum (Sitges) shows visitors life in the 18th century, Cau Ferrat Museum is the preserved house of the painter Santiago Rusiñol and then of course, there's the famous Picasso Museum.

Costa Dorada, Tarragona


If you're looking for cultural excursion then you will not be disappointed by the medieval town of Tarragona with its rich Roman history and places of architectural interest.



There's animals, water rides, shows and family games all rolled into one at Aqualeon - the only water and safari park combined in Europe. Whizz down the Kamikaze slide or whirl around the Black Hole before hopping on the safari bus to see the elephants and tigers or stopping off at the mini zoo to peep at the meerkats. 


Events in the Region

Barcelona Guitar Festival

Barcelona Guitar Festival

The Barcelona Guitar Festival offers a programme of various concerts by master musicians, which has gained a great reputation since its debut. The event attracts an eclectic and cosmopolitan variety of world class artists from right across the globe. The concerts normally run from late February to mid July.

Semana Grande, Bilbao and San Sebastian

Noche de San Juan

Be prepared to party! The feast of Saint John celebrates the start of summer and is renowned for it's electric atmosphere, parties and above all else fireworks! In Barcelona head to Bareceloneta beach and get ready for a great display.

Grec Festival, Barcelona

Grec Festival

The Grec Festival is a month-long multi-cultural affair celebrating and showcasing various acts, from circus shows to choirs and much, much more. Each year Grec invites a plethora of acts to perform theatre, dance, music and more in magnificent venues across Barcelona. Grec Festival is a high brow affair offering a selection of world class artists across a range of disciplines. If you are in the area, this event is not to be missed. The programme is launched in Spring and tickets are usually available to buy from May.

European Balloon Festival, Igualada

European Balloon Festival, Igualada

The Catalonian town of Igualada each year hosts one of the largest balloon festivals in Europe. Around 25,000 spectators come to watch 40 hot air balloons take to the sky in a colourful display, with market stalls and local cuisine making for a really great day out.

Gracia festival

Gracia Festival

The Festa Major de Gracia festival is Barcelona's biggest, most colourful and most popular neighbourhood festival. The residents of Gracia decorate their streets in keeping with their chosen theme, with the aim of winning the coveted 'best decorated street' prize. The residents take the competition very seriously! As a result, the standard is very high. The best time to visit is in the evenings as the illuminations on most streets are switched on at around 8.30om.

La Merced Festival

La Merced Festival

Held in honour of Mare de Deu de la Merce, the Patron Saint of Barcelona, La Merced Festival is the main festival of the city. The main events take place on September 24 but festivities last over five days, with up to 500 different activities. Some of the most famous events are the Castellers (human towers) in the Gothic Quarter and the Correfoc (procession of fire breathing dragons) on the Via Laietana as well as the unmissable Parade of Giants.

Off Parc Activities

There are numerous watersports available at Vilanova’s beach club. Whilst you are at the beach why not try surfing or canoeing or even horse riding along the shore?

Portal del Roc has an excellent pitch and putt course which guests can enjoy at discounted rates, or if you want to practice a proper swing there is a driving range just 1 km away.

The following activities are available off parc:

Activities Information


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Driving Range

1 km from site

Horse Riding

3 km from site

Climbing wall

4 km from site


18 km from site

Boat trips

4 km from site

Adventure Course

3 km from site
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Scuba Diving

4 km from site


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Dinghy sailing

4 km from site


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4 km from site