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Great Holidays to Cambrils

Nestled snugly along Spain’s beautiful eastern coast and one of the most enchanting towns of the Catalonia region, Cambrils is the perfect destination for those looking to escape to Balearic bliss. A charismatic fishing village that maintains its authentic atmosphere, boasting a rustic and rugged Old Town and warren of shady streets perfect for exploring – whether you are sampling the local cuisine in the stylish port, or lounging on one of the many nearby beaches, this is a coastal gem not to be missed.

Cambrils holidays offer all the key elements of a perfect, Spanish break in the sun. A stylish cluster of restaurants, cafes, bars and cultural attractions will keep you exploring, golden sand beaches and azure ocean beckon, and the charmingly traditional atmosphere tops it all off – this is Catalonia at its most laidback.

Most popular hotels in Cambrils

Pins Marina Apartments
Pins Marina Apartments
Pins Marina Apartments

Cambrils, Costa Dorada

from €169 pp
Platja Cambrils
Platja Cambrils
Platja Cambrils

Cambrils, Costa Dorada

from €207 pp
Estival Centurión Playa
Estival Centurión Playa
Estival Centurión Playa

Cambrils, Costa Dorada

from €730 pp
The Element
The Element
The Element

Cambrils, Costa Dorada

from €229 pp
Augustus
Augustus
Augustus

Cambrils, Costa Dorada

from €237 pp
Apartments Costa Verde Rentalmar
Apartments Costa Verde Rentalmar
Apartments Costa Verde Rentalmar

Cambrils, Costa Dorada

from €210 pp
Hotel Monica
Hotel Monica
Hotel Monica

Cambrils, Costa Dorada

from €338 pp
Aparthotel Voramar
Aparthotel Voramar
Aparthotel Voramar

Cambrils, Costa Dorada

from €254 pp

At a glance

  • Currency: Euro
  • Language: Spanish
  • Time Zone: GMT +1
  • Average flight time: 2h 35m

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Things to do in Cambrils

Get to grips with the true character of this charming town and head to the favourite local haunt of Plaza de Carles Roig. Always packed full of chattering gossipers and friends catching up over a glass of wine, this shady and beautiful plaza is the perfect destination to sit back and relax, Cambrils style.

For a day of culture in the very heart of Spain, why not punctuate a Cambrils holiday with a day-trip to Barcelona? Famed the world over for its unique aesthetic, incredible architecture and effortless style, Barcelona is a must-visit and only a handy 90 minute train journey from Cambrils centre.

Relax in Style

Cambrils boasts an incredible array of accommodation options to suit all tastes, styles and budgets. To soak up all the energy and bustle of the town centre, check into one of the stylish, contemporary hotels than can be found tucked within the folds of its many streets. If the beach is calling, snap up a room at an ocean-front apartment, or choose the luxury of a coastal resort. For a more tranquil and secluded stay, seek out a traditional guesthouse and enjoy all that Cambrils has to offer from an authentically local base.

A Town With Personality

Cambrils holidays may have maintained the traditional, fishing village charm, but this has rendered it anything but old-fashioned. The port is a picture-perfect postcard, replete with colourful boats, rambling houses and bustling trade, also offering a plethora of local seafood restaurants. The town’s promenade is well-known for its excellent nightlife, welcoming throngs of locals and visitors alike into its fold of buzzing clubs and trendy bars night after night.

Cambrils’ area also comprises a vast number of stunning beaches, many of which are blue-flag and family friendly. Perfect for soaking up the sun and soaking yourself in the glistening Balearic Sea, Cambrils’ beaches also offer a variety of watersports for those looking to enjoy the water with a little more adventure.

Away from the coast, Cambrils also boasts a great number of inland attractions. The bustling and colourful markets of the centre are a continual draw for visitors and are a vibrant blur of local produce, textiles, merchants and of course, bartering locals. Exploring the town will also reveal much of its beautiful architecture, from ornate churches and chapels to the imposing Port Tower – grab a guidebook and get out and about!