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About Reus

A dynamic hub where rock climbers congregate, Reus was the birthplace of architect Antoni Gaudi. Inundated by tourists from Russia, France and Holland, as this is where they want to spend their summer months soaking up the winter sun, the city is located in the Costa Daurada region, close to the resort town of Salou. The capital of the Baix Camp region in the province of Tarragona, Catalonia, it has been an important producer of wines and spirits since the Phylloxera plague destroyed so many vineyards. Now for the climbers who love to scale scary cliff faces, coworking venues have appeared so they don't have to rush back to wherever they came from to get some work done.

Sitting close to the towns of Reus and Tarragona is the area known as the Costa Daurada (aka Sierra de Prades Mountains). Rising steeply from the coastline, these limestone and conglomerate mountains lurch into the sky with most of the climbing areas at an altitude between 500m and 1000m. The best time to play rock climber is during the spring or autumn, as in the winter the climate is cold with dry sunny days but very unreliable. The summer is just too hot and there is little shade to be found.

If clinging to a rock face is not your thing, you will find plenty of other activities to fill up your spare hours in a city overflowing with Catalan Modernist edifices, bars and restaurants. If nothing takes your fancy, then obviously your mind is on work and you should head to the nearest coworking venue to get some stuff done, rather than hanging out in the local bar scoffing tapas and slurping on wine.