Cambrils holiday information
|Top holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£114|
|Family holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£114|
|Budget holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£86|
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Cambrils is a scenic seaside town and popular holiday destination on the Costa Dorada. Located in Spain's northeastern province of Catalonia, Cambrils offers the visitor excellent sandy beaches, a variety of historical attractions and fine gourmet dining.
When to take your Cambrils holidays
Cambrils has a temperate climate with warm summers, mild winters and plenty of clear blue skies. Anytime between May and October, when temperatures are between 20-30 degrees Celsius, would be an ideal time to book your Cambrils holidays. Visitors have three airports in the vicinity - Reus Airport, Barcelona International or Girona Airport. Of the three options, Reus is the closest and can be reached within the hour via the airport bus service. The time zone is GMT+1.
Cambrils holidays: What to see and do
Cambrils is renowned for being the gastronomic capital of Catalonia and has over 200 restaurants to choose from. Experience the unique Mediterranean flavour of freshly prepared seafood, tapas, paella and traditional Catalan cuisine using top quality local produce. The region is also famous for producing excellent wine and olive oil due to the optimal growing conditions and rare varieties of olive trees. On your Cambrils holidays take a wine tasting tour in the nearby town of Priorat where you can sample the finest reds, whites and sparkling wines in the country.
Cambrils is home to nine sandy beaches, ideal for swimming, fishing and watersports. The Prat d'En Flores is the most popular beach and has the best surfing conditions, whereas De l'Esquinal beach has calmer waters, perfect for families with children. Most of the beaches are equipped with facilities such as showers, kiosks and sun bed rentals. There are three interesting museums to discover in Cambrils, including the 'Museu Moli de las Tres Eres' which is the site of 13th century archaeological remains and a restored flour mill.