Surroundings: Cambrils

  • Cambrils
  • Cambrils
  • Cambrils
  • Cambrils


Located in the centre of the Costa Daurada, Cambrils is a typically Mediterranean town with a long-standing fishing tradition.

Its origins date back to Roman times. Historians have demonstrated that an inhabited area known as Oleastrum, which refers to oil production, once thrived in the area. Nowadays, oil and oil-making is still an important economic sector for the city. The visitor can enjoy its long beaches, which have the Blue Flag award, as well as a beautiful fishing port and Marina. Its famous gastronomy, based on Mediterranean cooking, washed down by the area's magnificent wines, will conquer your palate.

Cambrils is officially certified as a sports tourism destination. This seal means that it specialises in sports installations in order to organise sports stages or stays of all levels. The certified sports are: sailing, athletics, cycling and football.

Moreover, it also enjoys the Family Tourism Destination official seal. This certification awards a quality level to cities with an infrastructure that is totally dedicated to covering the needs of families, such as recreational installations on the beaches, as well as the scheduling of free activities for all ages.

In Cambrils:  (3 Km)

  • Castleof Vilafortuny (0.6 Km)
  • Santa María de Vilafortuny (0.8 Km)
  • Molí de les tres Eres Museum
  • Fishing village of Cambrils, fish market