Museu del Port Maritime Museum
Fòrum de la Colònia
The main provincial forum occupied most of what is now the old town. Further down the hill, this local plaza was occupied by a judicial...
This vast Roman-Christian city of the dead on the western edge of town consists of over 2000 elaborate tombs. It was used from the 3rd...
The town beach, Platja del Miracle , is reasonably clean but can get terribly crowded. Platja Arrabassada , 1km northeast across the...
Sudd Club spins an electronic music dance session with views out to sea!
This informal spot has locals lining up for the simple, mouth-wateringly delicious seafood dishes, which might include tigres (stuffed,...
Lonely Planet review
Down by the waterfront, this curious museum is housed in a dockside shed. There's not a lot to it; there are some displays tracing the history of the port from Roman times (in Catalan and Castilian only), a few model boats and one or two other seafaring items, but it will keep the children happy for a while.