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Cambrils is a quiet gem of a seaside destination situated southwest of Barcelona a few minutes from the vibrant resort town of Salou. With sun, sea and multiple stunning beaches this lovely sundrenched corner of coastal Spain has it all for the perfect family holiday. This is one of the most visited regions of Spain's Tarragona! Here you will find restaurants, shops and atmospheric waterfront attractions such as the Cambrils promenade and marina.Sunset views and theme parks
Enjoy an unforgettable getaway with easy access to fantastic historical sights such as the ancient Roman ruins in Tarragona, glorious beaches, theme park adventure, and action packed day trips from your Cambrils holiday rental location. With a variety of conveniently located accommodation options in the vicinity of Villafortuny and Baix Camp a dream holiday in Cambrils awaits. Choose a spacious, tastefully decorated holiday rental with all mod cons from a selection of options perfect for accommodating from 4 to as many as 8 guests. Many of the immaculate, fully equipped, contemporary rental options on offer have a sparkling pool in a lush courtyard or a stunning terrace or balcony view of the ocean and are conveniently situated just metres from the area's premiere beaches.
Holidays in Cambrils: The area and getting aroundA golden sand beach paradise
Cambrils and neighbouring Salou´s palm fringed promenades and sunny holiday vibe are wonderfully accessible by plane with regular flights from London's Gatwick airport of around 2 hours to Reus airport, located just 10 minutes east by car. Enjoy a range of excellent local bars, supermarkets, restaurants and shops, with easy access to several idyllic, soft sand beaches and a mix of local plus international eateries. This lovely, family friendly, scenic, beach destination is within easy reach of London, or the Midlands. There are also multiple flights to Barcelona, just under an hour and a half east by car along a scenic route.Sightseeing, sunbathing and nightlife
Make the most of sublime, local paradise beaches perfect for spending the day swimming and sunbathing in the golden sunshine. Enjoy easy going day trips to the fascinating ancient archaeological highlights of neighbouring Tarragona. If you are very adventurous, a day trip to see the fabulous sights and soak up the elegant, unforgettable charm of Barcelona's wide boulevards is easily achievable by car in under one and a half hours. Nightlife lovers are in for a treat as Salou`s upmarket, after dark scene is a hub of glamorous bars and clubs that stay open until dawn.
Travellers and activitiesCambrils for history lovers
This perennial destination offers you the best opportunities to visit some of Europe's most breathtaking ancient Roman archaeological sites located just minutes away in Tarragona where UNESCO heritage sites date back to the time when Tarragona was a key city in ancient Iberia. Why not take a day trip to the stunning medieval village of Siurana located just 60km from Cambrils. Here you can admire the last stronghold of the Arab empire in Catalunya!Cambrils for beach lovers
If you are looking for Mediterranean beach bliss, head no further than Cambril´s stunning Playa del Regueral by the yacht club alongside the lovely Playa Dorada, Playa de la Llosa or the equally beautiful Vilafortuny that boast soft white sand and tranquil, aquamarine waters. Local beaches are well-equipped with a range of amenities and beach bars for a fabulous, unforgettable beach holiday vibe. Enjoy a multitude of water sport options such as jet skiing, kayaking or snorkelling to admire the exquisite offshore Posidonia Meadow of Cavet easily accessed from the shore!
Top 5 travel tips in Cambrils1. Walk the promenade
Enjoy blissful views and the sun and salty sea breeze as you stroll along the beautiful, 9 km palm lined promenade that connects Cambrils to neighbouring Salou. If you get tired you can hop on the tourist train for a rest. This is also a picture-perfect destination for a leisurely family bike ride and for stopping for a typical Spanish lunch.2. Family fun at Port Aventura amusement park
Find a one of a kind family fun attraction at Port Aventura where the action is non-stop! How about being flung through the air at 128 km/h in the horizontal catapult ride, braving a tropical storm on the thrilling Contiki catamaran or looping the loop on the crazy wild 8 loop Dragon Khan coaster! Add over 20 international cuisine restaurants, acrobatics, parades and exotic bird shows and the day is made for the whole family!3. Relax in Sama Park
Just 7 km from Cambrils lies the verdant peace of the Sama Park botanical garden. Pack a picnic and escape to the palm frond, shaded beauty of this lovely park consisting of 14 hectares of walled gardens, a lake, lush palms, an abundance of tropical plants and gorgeous colonial style buildings.This is a wonderful family excursion if you are looking for a break from beach activity on a hot day.4.Enjoy the nightlife along Carlos Buïgas
If you are a night owl you will love the party vibe along Carlos Buïgas, Salou´s happening street that is famous for its bars and atmospheric nightclubs. There is an excellent Irish pub where you can enjoy live music plus a buzzing sports bar and there are several glamour spots for cocktails and perfect sunset views with plenty of places to let down your hair to really good dance vibes and dance until dawn!5. See the sights of Tarragona
If you are a fan of great food and impressive ancient Roman archeology, a day trip to Tarragona just 15 minutes west by car is just the ticket. Step back in time 2000 years to when gladiatorial combat entertained crowds of thousands in the amphitheatre dramatically overlooking the Mediterranean and view priceless treasures in the National Museum of archaeology! Wander the narrow, gothic streets of the old town where you can dine on iconic "arros negre" (squid ink rice) and admire Tarragona's impressive gothic cathedral. Be sure to visit the spectacular ancient aqueduct of Les Ferreres and take a peek at the priceless artefacts in the National Archaeological museum!