For eating out there are lots of choices, all tastes are catered for. Besides delicious local seafood catches, you will also find a good selection of international restaurants. A signature dish of the region that you must try is Fideua with Allioli, a delicious shrimp stew dipped in garlic sauce. Restaurants in Calafell are rather cheap as well! You can order Fideua for the small price of €18.
Even though the nightlife in Calafell is not as buzzing as in Barcelona, you can really enjoy a night out. Carrer de Monturiol is where all the fun is after midnight. In this street you can find multiple bars and clubs to go out and enjoy the Spanish nightlife. In contrast to Barcelona, in Calafell they play local, Spanish music so you can get to know the Spanish clubbing scene.
In Catalonia there are 12 public annual holidays. St. John is a holiday on the 24th of June and is the biggest party of the year. During this holiday you can really absorb the Spanish culture and party all night long. The following are national holidays in Catalonia during 2022:
- January 1 (New Year’s Eve), Saturday.
- January 6 (Kings), Thursday.
- April 15 (Good Friday), Friday.
- April 18 (Easter Monday), Monday.
- June 6 (Granada Easter Monday), Monday.
- June 24 (St. John), Friday.
- August 15 (Assumption), Monday.
- October 12 (National Holiday of Spain), Wednesday.
- November 1 (All Saints’ Day), Tuesday.
- December 6 (Constitution Day), Tuesday.
- December 8 (La Immaculada), Thursday.
- December 26 (Saint Stephen), Monday.