Sant Carles de la Ràpita is one of the best-known municipalities in the Montsià
region. Its gastronomy and its beaches are some of its main attractions. Its holiday cottages
are located very close to the main centers of interest and allow you to discover a wide variety of landscapes. Take advantage and enjoy the holidays with the family in one of the Holiday cottages you will find in Naturaki
. We're sure you'll be back!
What does Sant Carles de la Ràpita and its Holiday cottages offer you?
The climate in Sant Carles de la Ràpita is Mediterranean. Its winters are mild and summers are hot, so you can stay at any time of the year . Its port is one of the main economic engines of the municipality, due to the fact that fishing activities or boat routes are developed through the Badia dels Alfacs.
The historical tradition of Sant Carles de la Ràpita is reflected in the numerous buildings and monuments that you will find throughout its territory. On the other hand, its gastronomy is recognized throughout the region.
Visit the Fish Market
The port of Sant Carles de la Ràpita is one of the most important on the Catalan coast. If you approach the Fish Market, you can see the traditional auction. In the port you will also find numerous seafood restaurants. We recommend that you try the prawns or the galeras, two of the most well-known products in the municipality.
Enjoy its beaches
In Sant Carles de la Ràpita you will find up to 8 beaches . The best known are those of Capri and Garbí. The qualities of their waters and their shallowness make them perfect for swimming with the rascal. If you want to do water sports such as surfing or water skiing , you can approach Bahia dels Alfacs.
Discover its historical heritage
One of the best-known points of the municipality is the Glorieta , a neoclassical lookout point that was built in the 18th century. In the Porxos area you will find houses with an aristocratic appearance such as Casa de Laureà. The església Nova is another of its most outstanding buildings, due to the fact that it is inspired by the Italian Renaissance churches.