The name of Calafell, a place name that means "small castle"; We find it written for the first time in a document from the year 999. This welcoming town is located in the heart of the Baix Penedès region, a welcome point to the Costa Daurada. Considered one of the most important international references in the world of tourism.
Iberians and Romans, Arabs and feudal lords, all of them are part of the history of Calafell. Open door to the Mediterranean; Calafell combines the richness of its historical heritage. The powerful attraction of five kilometers of beaches of fine golden sand; with the UNE-EN ISO 14001:2004 environmental management certificate and the recent EMAS certificate granted by the European Union.
The Iberian Citadel, the Casa Barral Museum, the Lifeboat, the Church of Sant Miquel, the Fishermen's Association or the Castle of Santa Creu; are some of the testimonies of history that serve as a guide through time to the present; where music, sports, the sea and a good table coexist with the seafaring taste of “arrossejat” or the traditional “xató”.