Cambrils boasts 9km of Blue Flag sandy shores with safe, shallow waters for taking a dip and trying out the watersports. Windsurfing, sailing and diving are popular, with lessons available for beginners. It looks the part, too, celebrating its traditional heritage, so it’s one of the most inviting in the area.
For particular palates, Cambrils really has it all. The town boasts a rich gastronomic menu, married with plentiful seafood restaurants – some even with Michelin stars to boot. In the old village quarter, the narrow cobbled streets provide a pretty place to explore and try tasty tapas in a traditional Spanish bar.