Cambrils is another of the most popular destinations on the Costa Dorada. A traditional fishing village with a port and an old urban core dating from the eighteenth century, it is growing thanks to tourism.
It is in summer that the visitors increase, but it is a place that can be visited at any time of the year.
The town has many museums, including the Museo Tres Eres where the tours dedicated to ecotourism, usually start. The remodeled marina, the construction of underground parking and the promenade of the port have all increased the comfort for tourists when they are visiting this beautiful place.
In summer, the city becomes reborn. Its typical to enjoy many outdoor events and concerts during the evenings, whether taking in Passeig Miramar, the sunset on the boardwalk at the Yacht Club, or the breakwaters in front of the Parc del Pescador. Among the many other sites the city offers its also worth seeing the old quarter of the city, the Torre de la Ermita Museum, and the itinerant market, which is organized at the most central and ancient point in the town and from where all the typical products of the region are sold.
On its beaches you can enjoy all kind of sports, and it is very common to see tourists horse-riding along the beach at sunset. The most popular highlights include: the beaches El Regueral (which is the largest), El Cavet, and la Llosa, la Horta in Santa Maria, and the Tower of Esquirol. The mild climate it shares with the region of Salou and its proximity to Port Aventura are other attractive reasons to visit Cambrils. It has fine-sand beaches extending along more than 9 kilometers of coastline, marked with two European Union Blue Flags as evidence of their good quality.
The nightlife in Cambrils is calmer and usually focused on the many festivals in summer, which involve celebration parades of giants and big heads in the ancient part of the town. Dances, las sardanas, and other celebrations are more traditional. For the youth in general so-called Summer Nights are organized, involving numerous concerts throughout the summer months and including the Music Festival of Cambrils in August.
And all this without mentioning the typical places to have a cool drink and the discotheques that can be found along the Seafront.