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Situated at the very heart of the Costa Dorada, Cambrils is acknowledged as the second largest town in this region of Spain which is known as Baix Camp. Framed by the Llaberia and Prades mountain ranges, Cambrils retains much of its original character and charm from its fishing heyday; which as an industry is still very much alive and kicking here in 2020, albeit relatively scaled back. The port and old town of Cambrils serve as constant reminders to the town’s proud tradition and historical relevance, and is in many ways described as a typical Catalonian town. That’s in spite of the outlying neighbourhoods edging ever closer to nearby – yet worlds apart – coastal resort, Salou. So much so that both towns are physically connected by an esplanade and a bicycle lane, irrespective of wildly contrasting reputations both home and away. As far as a holiday destination, Cambrils offers tourists visiting the area the perfect counterweight to Salou and its less subtle facilities, yet still manages to harbour an array of impressive beaches, restaurants, bars, cafes and all inclusive hotels, as well as numerous things to do and see to compete with its nearest neighbour on altogether different fronts.
Prices last checked at 09:00 24 January 2020