Cambrils, fishing village par excellence.
Transfer to Cambrils
Maintains over the years its fishing tradition. Combined with a special Mediterranean attraction, which makes visitors feel at home.
At only 70 meters above sea level, Cambrils is positioned on the Costa Dorada as a traditional, familiar, and high-quality destination. It has a total of 9km of sandy beach from the tip of Sant Pere to the gulf of Sant Jordi, the port divides the beaches leaving them to the west and east. Perfect beaches to enjoy the sun and the Mediterranean in all its essence.
Essence that is embodied in its most emblematic places: The Red Lighthouse: located at the end of the breakwater of the west pier that along with the green lighthouse serves as a reference for the orientation of boats, the Pino Redondo: centenary tree declared of local and regional interest is located on the promenade of the west, is a landmark for its uniqueness. And so, we can name the Esquirol tower: which was built during the nineteenth century to enhance communications of the time, joined as a point of communication Barcelona and Valencia, the tower of the chapel, the tower of the port buildings that were used for surveillance for centuries. In the Vila we can visit the ancient walls that surrounded the city.
Cambrils with an exceptional gastronomy, allows us to discover that traditional Mediterranean cuisine with avant-garde touches.