Reus Airport serves this small city in Catalonia. The largest city located close by is Tarragona, at just 8 kilometres from the airport, while Barcelona is around 160 kilometres northeast of the airport. Many airports within the UK operate flights to Reus, including Blackpool, Birmingham, Bristol, Manchester, Aberdeen, Belfast, London-Luton and Glasgow International. Operators offering these flights include Jet2.com, Ryanair and Thomson Airways. A regular bus service is available from the airport to take visitors into Reus, and to nearby Tarragona, with direct services travelling to as far away as Barcelona.
Located on the Mediterranean coastline of Spain, Reus offers many outdoor activities, including abundant rock climbing opportunities throughout the region. Reus and the Tarrgona area as a whole has a number of traditional festivals held throughout the Summer in most towns. These include the carnival at Salou that, one of the largest found in any town or neighbourhood in the area. Other festivals include an annual Dixieland festival in Tarragona and the annual Santa Tacla Festival that celebrates all things Catalan.
These two cities offer a diverse range of activities, including the famous Aqualand water park in Tarragona, which offers slides and numerous pools. Exploring the harbour offers a slower pace of holiday, with some spectacular views and the chance to sample the huge variety of seafood caught by local fishermen and cooked in the many restaurants and bars in the harbour district.