Sampling Traditional Spanish Cuisine on Holiday in Cambrills
For classic beach holidays, Cambrils boasts 9 kilometres of Blue-Flag, sandy shores with safe, shallow waters for swimming and watersports on offer. Windsurfing, sailing and diving are popular pursuits, with lessons available for beginners.
Unlike some of the neighbouring towns, Cambrils hasn’t been dominated by the influx of tourism, instead celebrating its traditional heritage and this is one of the reasons that package holidays lazing on the golden beaches are so popular with families and young couples.
For those with extensive palates, Cambrils offers the perfect package. The town boasts a rich gastronomy heritage and this is married with plentiful seafood restaurants. For those keen for a taste of home there are plenty of restaurants and small eateries to cater for this. Along the seafront, the promenade is strung with shops, bars and restaurants to satisfy every need throughout the day and when the sun goes down, but Cambrils is not the all-night party town of neighbouring Salou. In the old village quarter, the narrow cobbled streets provide a pretty place to explore and try tasty tapas in a traditional Spanish bar.
Great Attractions to See Whilst on Holiday in Cambrills
No holiday to Cambrils is complete without visiting the region's major tourist attraction of the Port Aventura theme park just 3 km away, where Europe's largest loop-the-loop roller coaster is among the many highlights in the five themed lands. The historic city of Tarragona, with its famous Roman monuments, is also just a few miles away.