Hotels in Cambrils
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Hostal Can Joanet
Cambrils 77 yd from city centre
This property is closed from 15 March 2020 to 11 April 2020 (dates subject to change). The front desk is staffed during limited...
Cambrils 80 yd from city centre
This hotel is located in the tourist centre of the town, close to the harbour. Run by the Berengué-Príncep family, this...
Cambrils 164 yd from city centre
Located in a quiet area oposite the Marina ? Puerto deportivo de Cambrils, and the commercial centre.
Apartamentos La Torre
Cambrils 171 yd from city centre
Take in the views from a terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access. This property...
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Located on Catalonia's picturesque Costa Daurada, Cambrils is a sun-soaked coastal town with fine sandy beaches. Tracing its origins back to the pre-Roman period, the town has plenty of historic architecture mapping its growth from an agricultural hub to a tourist destination.
With a wide range of budget accommodations available, particularly in the Port district, the town attracts holidaymakers of all ages.
Neighbourhoods of Cambrils
Cambrils consists of a number of districts:
- Port: Also known as the marina, this is perfect for yacht watching and seafood, with a pier (Moll de Ponent) and lighthouse (Far Vermell) as landmarks.
- Old Town: The old town is 1km inland and consists of old-timey restaurants, museums and churches.
- Beaches: When it comes to sunbathing and calm waters, the blue flag coastline stretches for 7km.
- Shopping: Very close to the bar area in Avenida Diputació, shopping is best done in Calle de Sant Jordi or at the marina.
What to see and do in Cambrils
Cambrils is particularly renowned for its long stretches of sandy beaches. Yet aside from the stunning coastline, there are three fantastic museums in the town, an incredible Renaissance-era church (Mas d'en Bosch) and a number of ancient fortresses, including the stunning Torre del Port.
What to eat in Cambrils
Diverse and vibrant, Cambrils offers up some of the most delicious Spanish dishes at very affordable prices. Expect the freshest seafood, including esqueixada salad, fideauas seafood paella and a range of succulent pork dishes from the Catalonian mainland. Wherever you go, you'll find enticing sizzling grills and relaxing gastro pubs.
Typical events and festivals in Cambrils
Cambrils is host to a number of festivals and activities, including cultural Spanish and Christian holidays and specific regional festivities. In particular, the Feast of Three Kings on the 5th January is a special Christmas-related activity when children receive gifts from the three kings. More contemporarily, an international music festival has taken place every year since 1974, with the world's best jazz, flamenco and dance music performed throughout the town.
How to move around in Cambrils
Cambrils has a small local train station offering connections to vibrant hubs like Barcelona, Tarragona and Port Aventura. Buses serve the immediate area through Catalonian coastal towns like San Sebastian and Lerida.
The climate in Cambrils
With little rain year-round and spectacularly high temperatures in summer which push 30 degrees, Cambrils is ideal for summertime beach excursions, with plenty to offer in spring and autumn as well.
More interesting facts about and sights in Cambrils
Cambrils is a history buff's paradise with access to Roman ruins and archaeological sites, while the agricultural past of the area can be explored at the Museu Agrícola de Cambrils.