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Far Torredembarra, Torredembarra
Categories: Lighthouses, Tourist Spots
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Un lugar fantástico para ver el amanecer o atardecer si tienes suerte de no encontrar a nadie es un lugar estupendo para disfrutar de la soledad y tranquilidadA fantastic place to watch the sunrise or sunset if you are lucky not to find anyone is a great place to enjoy the solitude and quietshow original
Great place for whole family! Especially in the summer - viewes are fantastic by sunny weather. We took off from Torredembarra beach and walked towards Tamarit castle. When you will pass the lighthous... read more »
un sentier va du port à la très jolie plage de Canyadell (nous n'allions qu'à celle là, trop jolie !) Prévoyez de bonnes chaussures car le sol est très irrégulier, mais la vue sur le phare, les falais... read more »a trail goes from the port to the lovely beach of Canyadell (we didn't to that, too pretty!) Plan good shoes because the ground is very uneven, but the view of the lighthouse, the cliffs and the sea is worth the effort!show original
Carles de Haro JuanFrom the port along the cliff is the lighthouse. The road itself is already worth, a relaxing landscape both in summer as even better (and quieter) in winter. Located at the tip of the galley, is the tallest of all the lighthouses in Catalonia, with 38 metres above the ground and 58 meters above sea. The Lighthouse is the work of the architect Josep Llinás i Carmona, born of the need to cover the area of darkness between Salou i Vilnaova i la Geltrú. It has orthogonal walls 40 cm thick and 4 m in diameter. The interior staircase is metal and has 217 steps and 48 windows. Flashlight makes 3 m in diameter and is made of cast iron. Consists of two 400 w fitting each one and a perspective of 6 panels, achieving an intensity of 475.338 candles. The frequency is 5 flashes every 30 seconds, and reaches 17 miles, and went on for the first time to 0: 00 of January 1, 2000. Being the last Lighthouse built in the 20th century and the first to go on in the 21st century. On certain dates are may make visits guided of 30 minutes to the lighthouse.show original
Micaël MasseYou don't go to see the lighthouse to see you miss to get to a small beach more far. The view is good and the trail is often on the edge of a small Cliff which gives a beautiful view.show original
Stefano DelmonteIt is hard to find one so high, it has been a very good for recording with my drone subject.show original
Paula Cumplido MairalBeautiful lighthouse, although the timetable of visits should be expanded as is fairly limited.show original
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