A charming family friendly resort

Cambrils holidays will find you in a charming resort on the Costa Dorada, Southern Spain, once a sleepy fishing village the resort has blossomed over the years into a well equipped holiday resort.

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From Salou to Barcelona

Many people return for holidays in Cambrils year after year to take advantage of the Mediterranean climate which can reach up to 35°C in July and August. The resort is particularly popular with families and couples wanting a relaxing resort within easy reach of a more cosmopolitan town. Cambrils has a good range of well stocked shops selling a variety of delightful souvenirs that are a great keepsake of your time spent here. There is a picturesque working fishing harbour which is a great place to stroll early on an evening to witness the local fishermen laying out their daily catch and auctioning it off to locals.

Daytime fruit and vegetable street markets are a vibrant affair with the stunning bright colours and animated voices of locals haggling for their produce. If you look a little closer you will find that the resort has stayed very traditional and in some parts there are pretty narrow cobbled streets and ancient buildings to marvel at as you take a leisurely walk under the Spanish sunshine, adding to the magic of Cambrils holidays.

Cambrils beach is a major drawing point with its fine golden sands shelving into the sparkling sapphire Mediterranean Sea. This clean and safe beach is great for families with young children to play happily for hours and perfect for sun-drenched days of pure relaxation. As well as the main beach there are numerous secluded coves just waiting to be discovered all with outstanding views of the coastline. As with most Spanish beach resorts there is an assortment of fun packed water sports to choose from if you can’t resist the temptation of the warm clear waters.

Currency: Euro

Language: Spanish

Time Difference: GMT +1

Religion: Roman Catholic

A chance to visit spectacular vineyards and lush orchards

There is such a range of alternative daytime activities that one holiday to Cambrils may not be enough to fit everything in. The famous Universal Port Aventura Theme Park is within easy reach and an amazing day out for children as well as the young at heart. There are a number of incredible water parks to choose from around this region providing hours of fun in the sun. If you want something a little livelier on your holidays to Cambrils, neighbouring Salou with its never ending array of cafe’s, restaurants and entertainment filled bars will keep you occupied until dawn as well as having a superb stretch of golden beach. The famous city of Barcelona is a definite must during your holiday whether you want a day of shopping or just to witness the natural beauty of this astounding city.

For those who want to experience authentic Spanish life take a daytime tour of the breathtaking countryside that stretches right out towards the mountains. Here you will pass through sweet little hillside villages and witness spectacular vineyards and lush orchards. Cambrils is famous for its fish based cuisine and here you can taste some of the finest cooking throughout Spain. If fish isn’t really your thing you will be well catered for as there is a variety of restaurants and tapas bars serving an assortment of meals to satisfy all taste buds. Evenings are a lot more laid back than neighbouring Salou but there is still an appealing selection of bars to choose from here in Cambrils. If the pull of the bright lights really is too much for you to resist a short bus or taxi ride will take you into Salou to experience the restaurants and nightlife on offer here.

The delightful resort of Cambrils has everything you could ask for and this doesn’t waiver when it comes to accommodation. Whether you want a luxurious 5* hotel full of facilities and meal options or you prefer to be more independent and opt for a self catering apartment or private villa, we will have the perfect option to suit you and your budget, so book your holidays to Cambrils at Latedeals.co.uk.

Places to Visit

Barcelona Football Ground

– The Barcelona football stadium is the 3rd largest football stadium in the World after the stadiums in Sao Paulo, Brazil and Mexico City. Barcelona Camp Nou has a capacity of 110,000 people and on every match practically every seat is taken -such is the passion for football shared by the Catalan people.

Port Aventura

– A day at Spain’s biggest theme park means only one thing – Port Aventura. You’ll have the time of your life at this titanic-sized park of big rollers and sensational shows, which is split up into themed zones. Work your way around Polynesia, Imperial China, Aztec Mexico, the Wild West and the Med. Adrenaline junkies will love Dragon Khan, the big star attraction, or the free-faller Hurakan Condor.

Cambrils Wednesday Market

– A large general market takes place every week providing a scene of bright colours, lively market traders and general hustle and bustle. It’s a great place to go to pick up anything from cheap clothes to fresh fruit and vegetables sold by the local farmers. It is also a good place to find other local produce, such as honey and olive oil.