Seafront Lovely 3-Bedroom Condo with Views & Pool!

Entire apartment hosted by Zoila

  1. 6 guests
  2. 3 bedrooms
  3. 3 beds
  4. 1.5 bathrooms
Entire home
You’ll have the apartment to yourself.
Enhanced Clean
This host has committed to Airbnb's 5-step enhanced cleaning process.
Great location
100% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
Pool
Guests often search for this popular amenity
We offer a cosy apartment in the village of Calafell on the sunny Costa Dorada. The apartment is beachfront right in the Passeig de St Joan Boulevard. The boulevard connects directly to various restaurants and bars, making it the ideal spot for a great gastronomic experience. The train station is also within reach, providing a direct connection to down-town Barcelona in less than an hour. Close by, the picturesque city of Sitges, Montserrat, the Penedes vineyards, Aqualeon and Port Aventura.

Licence number
Exempt

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
1 double bed
Bedroom 3
1 double bed

What this place offers

Ocean view
Public or shared beach access
Kitchen
Wifi
Free multistorey car park on premises
Pool
TV
Lift
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

Select check-in date

Add your travel dates for exact pricing
Check-in
Add date
Checkout
Add date

4.33 out of 5 stars from 3 reviews

Cleanliness
Accuracy
Communication
Location
Check-in
Value

Where you’ll be

Calafell, Catalunya, Spain

Calafell situated on the Costa Dorada in Catalonia is a historical town situated atop a hill, 1.5 kilometres from its coastal counterparts, Segur and Calafell Beach. The area is a popular holiday destination, set between Tarragona and Barcelona, around 47 kilometres from Reus Airport and 60 kilometres from Barcelona Airport.

Calafell is an ideal destination for those wishing to combine a beach holiday, with a chance to explore the Costa Dorada and some of the wonderful old Roman and medieval towns in the area, including Calafell itself.

About town
Calafell itself is a town steeped in a rich historical heritage. Set around a medieval castle, Calafell is a typical Roman Villa, which was actually created around 2,500 year ago and then taken over during the Roman Occupation and further developed.

The charming town offers typical amenities and services of a small town, with a selection of shops, bars and restaurants. For more options, you just need to head down the hill to Segur and to Calafell Beach where you will find a decent shopping centre, outdoor markets and tourist shops at the area known as La Platja, the old fishing quarter, or to the new Marina de Calafell.

Beaches
Calafell beach is a lovely five kilometre stretch of golden sand. Awarded the European blue flag for cleanliness, the beach stretches from the Segur Yacht Club to L’Estany Beach.

All beaches along this coastline are clean; boasting warm, calm seas, deckchairs and sun beds and a full range of water sports. There are further facilities at the sailing club, along the sports harbour and in the multi-sport pavilion. Bored you won’t be!

The influence of the sun and the Mediterranean sea make the Penedes a privileged territory for winemaking.

Close from Calafell you will find an environment, enjoying the sun in the vineyards, walking through the villages and towns and discovering the great wines of their cellars is a great experience.

Eating out
What can we say, except lots of choice, all tastes are catered for. As well as rich gastronomy history and delicious local seafood catches, visitors will also find a good selection of international restaurants.

A typical local dish, which you must try is Fideua with Allioli, a delicious prawn stew, steeped in a garlic sauce

Places to visit
If you want to enjoy a round of golf during your holiday then you can pack your clubs, as Calafell is home to the Club de Golf La Graiera.

Close by it is worth visiting the small village of Les Toixoneres, which dates back to around the 5th and 2nd centuries BC and is know as the Iberian Citadel of Calafell. The village was reconstructed to show how citizens might have lived 2,500 years ago. In Calafell itself visit the 11th century Romanesque church of Santa Creu

Climate
Calafell is favoured by the typical Mediterranean climate, although the temperatures can be less favourable in the winter than other Spanish Costa destinations. Temperatures range between 10 degrees in the winter and 35-40 degrees during the summer months. The area enjoys sunny days all throughout the year.

Hosted by Zoila

  1. Joined in June 2021
  • 3 Reviews
  • Identity verified
Welcome to Captains’s anchor 24. I am Zoe and was born in sunny and beautiful Caribbean and have lived in Barcelona and now in Magnificent London. My passion is traveling around the world. I am fun and easy going and really love meeting new people on my trips and adventures. I have stayed in Airbnb's all over the world and have met some great people on the platform who I now call my friends. My favourite things in the world are music, horses, photography and wine & champagne testing. Oh, and I love my morning coffee. Please do not hesitate to send me a message through the platform and ask me any questions you should have about this amazing holiday property. Please follow our IG account the_captain_anchor. Sincerely, Zoe
Welcome to Captains’s anchor 24. I am Zoe and was born in sunny and beautiful Caribbean and have lived in Barcelona and now in Magnificent London. My passion is traveling around th…
  • Policy number: Exempt
  • Languages: English, Español
  • Response rate: 100%
  • Response time: within an hour
To protect your payment, never transfer money or communicate outside of the Airbnb website or app.

Things to know

House rules

Check-in: After 15:00
Check out: 10:00
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

Health & safety

Committed to Airbnb's enhanced cleaning process. Show more
Airbnb's social distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
No smoke alarm
Nearby lake, river, other body of water
Carbon monoxide detector not required Show more

Cancellation policy