A foodie haven with golden beaches

A traditional Spanish fishing port, Cambrils has managed to retain all its authentic old-world charm. On the northeast coast, part of Spain’s famous Costa Dorada, it’s within easy reach of the country’s biggest theme park, Port Aventura, and just an hour from Barcelona – one of Europe’s most exciting capital cities. Holidays to Cambrils offer something for everyone – families seeking perfect beaches, adrenaline junkies after wild rollercoasters and couples needing a romantic getaway. Discerning food lovers, meanwhile, flock to Cambrils to discover why it’s known as the Culinary Capital of the Costa Dorada. There are 200 restaurants to choose from here, two of which have a coveted Michelin star. The resort is watched over by the Medieval Castle Vilafortuny, built in the 12th century to guard the town against pirates. The seven-kilometre coastline is peppered with nine Blue Flag baches, gently sloping into the clear, shallow waters of the Mediterranean. After a hard day’s relaxing, enjoy a cocktail at one of the chiringuitos, the beach bars that line the promenade.


Check out the Port Tower, a 17th-century lookout post. Part of the Cambrils Museum of Natural History, its exhibitions document the town’s maritime heritage.
The old town hosts two regular markets – one focused on antiques, and another general wares, spanning street food and local handcrafts.
Playa Cap de Sant Pere is one of our favourites, with golden sand, a breakwater ensuring calm waters and all the facilities you could want.


Brave the rollercoasters

PortAventura World is six theme parks in one, and dazzles families with its rides, shows and waterpark.

Daytrip to Barcelona

One of the world’s most iconic cities, Barcelona pairs a stellar tapas and nightlife scene with famous landmarks like Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia.

Take a food tour

Embrace Costa Dorada’s Culinary Capital and sample some of the region’s delicacies. You’ll be steered away from the tourist spots to discover the gems of the backstreets.