Look for this sign on the roundabout on the TP2031 – then you are very close.
- It is located conveniently near Tarragona and between 2 motorways the AP7 (from Barcelona to Valencia and beyond) and the AP2 (from Barcelona to Zaragoza).
- This geographic position make it a good place to stop when travelling from Northern Europe to Southern Spain, for example it is 1 days driving from Paris or Amsterdam, and 1 more day to continue to Almeria and the south. Overnight visitors welcome.
How to get here?
Taxi from Tarragona (€22). Taxis are harder to come by from the new AVE station as it is very close and the drivers are understandably not keen to make such a short drive – they will also charge you minimum fare (€15).
Do not undertake the walk from AVE camp station without understanding the roads – they don’t have sidewalks, there is no street lighting, or in the daytime it can blisteringly hot. There are however regular buses to Tarragona and Valls from the railway station.
If you are driving note that the property is designated Catllar, and yet is actually much closer to the town of La Secuita due to village boundaries.
Look out for chilli signs, and then signs for the Santa Tecla urbanisation.
Phone and Email
Ricard speaks Catalan, Castellano and English.
Parking & Access
Ample parking areas for cars & trailers near to farm buildings. The road is bumpy & dusty. Gate posts might obstruct very large trailers.
Level surface access from Car Park to lower house bed rooms, garden and kitchen. See the Accommodation page for details of Disabled Accommodation Services
Did you know? Ricard likes to say it is a “3 Cyprus trees” establishment. In ancient times a lodging would signal the availability of services by the number of Cyprus trees planted on the side of the road. One tree meant: water, 2 trees: food and three trees both those and accommodation – Mas Miro is certainly a “Three Cyprus Tree” establishment.