Cambril hotels are a highly popular place to head for a picturesque getaway on the Costa Daurada, for Spaniards and Europeans alike. An upmarket fishing town, around 100km south of Barcelona, it has boundless sunshine, world-class gastronomy and countless nearby attractions, making it a perfect destination for all the family.
The beaches in and around Cambrils are fantastic, and go a long way in explaining the area's popularity as a tourist destination. There are around 10km of coast in this area, all offering fine golden sands and crystal clear waters. The nine beaches, several of which are Blue Flag, are surrounded by a lively promenade which is ideal for walking, cycling, or simply enjoying the stunning Mediterranean views.
Water sports are huge business in Cambrils – the waters are clean, clear and calm, allowing for a wide range to take place. Estacio Nautica manages the entire marina, and can help visitors put together bespoke water sport holiday packages. You can choose from sailing, catamarans, scuba diving, kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing, jet skiing, maritime outings and fishing.
The calm waters, coupled with the slight breeze and large expanses of water, make Cambrils an ideal location for kitesurfing, and there are two companies offering the experience here.
At the heart of the Costa Daurada, Cambrils' location is another reason to make it your base and explore the rest of the area. You could hire a car and discover the local wine region, take a train along the coastline or enjoy the golf, theme parks and water parks at the world-renowned Port Aventura resort nearby. The resort’s aquatic section has been revamped with a new children’s area, a pool with two depth levels and a pirate ship with a plethora of Sesame Street characters. The park’s newest addition is Europe’s highest free-fall waterslide. At a height of 31m, with a slope of 55o, users will reach astounding speeds.
Make the most of your holiday in Cambrils by getting to know the beautiful mountains, villages, history and customs with a thrilling off-road trip through the mountains.
There are three museums located in separate areas of Cambrils, which are all affiliated and together are known as the 'Cambrils History Museum'. The headquarters of the museum is Museu Moli de las Tres Eres.
Torre del Port (The Tower of the Port) is a 17th-century watchtower that was used to defend the settlement against pirate attack, a fact that the kids are sure to love. It sits at the heart of the port area and is used as a gallery, generally for temporary maritime exhibitions.
Many wonderful restaurants or 'chiringuitos' sit directly on the beaches of Cambrils and, though they look simple, they are often considered to be the best places to eat freshly caught seafood.
Cambrils is well known for its upmarket 'nouvelle cuisine', but if you desire some traditional, down-to-earth Spanish cooking, head for one of Cambrils' wide selection of tapas bars.
If it’s more exotic cuisine you’re after you can find Japanese sushi bars, Indian, Mexican, Italian, French and, of course, English restaurants in Cambrils.
In nearby Salou, the nightlife has something for everyone – its nightclubs are fantastic for teenagers and young adults, while grownups will enjoy the sophistication and quality restaurants of the Old Town.
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