Popular Lettings in Cambrils
Highlights in Cambrils
- Perfect combination between culture and relaxation
- kilometric beaches
- El Parc del Pescador
- El arroyo Riudecanyes
- El Parque Sama
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Prices and availability
Types of holiday rentals in Cambrils
If you are looking for holiday rentals in Cambrils to enjoy some wonderful days on the beach, the rentals are an excellent choice. On Holidu you will find a wide variety of accommodation ideal for couples and families with children. Located on the first line of the beach or less than 300 metres from it. All of them equipped with the most modern comforts, including swimming pool, gardens and barbecue, so that you can enjoy an unforgettable stay in the Golden Coast. Many of them with beautiful views of the Mediterranean Sea. Can you think of a better place to enjoy a romantic dinner or precious moments with your children?Spacious private villas on the beach and cottages on the outskirts
If you prefer a holiday rental in Cambrils with ample outdoor spaces for children to play or enjoy the company of your friends organized a barbecue, the best accommodation for you are the villas located in residential complexes or independent, but almost always less than 500 metres from the beach or even on the front line. This type of houses, in addition to having everything you need for your holidays, in many cases also have swimming pool, terrace, gardens and beautiful views, in some cases communal and in others private. The perfect accommodation to relax and take a well-deserved rest.Why book a letting in Cambrils?
Cambrils is a charming fishing village bathed by the calm waters of the Gulf of Sant Jordi that has managed to maintain its essence despite tourism, but at the same time has all the necessary services and a wide range of holiday rentals of all kinds to meet the demands of even the most demanding visitors. With a charming old town and a beautiful harbour surrounded by impressive beaches and stalls of all kinds. To which must be added the delicious dishes served in the city's restaurants. Not in vain is it the gastronomic capital of the Costa Dorada. So Cambrils is a seaside village whose life has always revolved and continues to revolve around the port. An ideal destination for all those looking for relaxation and a quiet environment to enjoy a great sun and beach holiday with family.
Holidays in Cambrils
The area and how to find your way around
Located in the Community of Catalonia, 12 km from Reus, 10 km from Vilaseca and 21 km from Tarragona, Cambrils is one of the most important tourist centres in the province. It is located in the centre of the Costa Dorada, protected by the Llaberia, Argentera and Mussara mountain ranges, which descend gently to the sea. The mild climatic conditions of the area, with average temperatures of 25 degrees in summer and 12 degrees in winter have made it one of the most visited destinations in Catalonia throughout the year. However, if you decide to book your holiday rental in Cambrils, we recommend that you do so in summer so you can enjoy its magnificent beaches.A city that has grown up looking out to sea
Although it is known of the presence of prehistoric settlements already in the Neolithic, the town of Cambrils had its origin in an Iberian fortified nucleus that was established 1 km from the coast, near the ford of the royal road from Barcelona to Valencia. Where today is located the old town, characterised by a network of charming streets full of plants and squares with arcades full of terraces. Little by little the population was expanding, concentrating in two nuclei separated by 1 km: the marine zone of the port and the peasant village of interior. Due to the urban growth both nuclei were united throughout the twentieth century. But its urban morphology cannot be explained without the tourist impulse. The city has been widening looking towards the coast and the road that connects it with Salou has become a backbone through which both sides of the city have expanded. For this reason, most holiday rentals in Cambrils are very close to the beach.
Types of travellers and activities
One of the main attractions of Cambrils is its beaches, which attract thousands of tourists every year. The town has a total of 9 km of beaches ranging from the Gulf of Sant Jordi to the tip of the Riudecanyes stream, separated by the port between Poniente beaches and Levante beaches. One of the most outstanding is the Esquirol beach, very quiet and shallow water, so it is ideal for going with children. It also has a water sports centre called WindCambrils, where you can rent Hobiecats, windsurf lessons, rent boards or bananas; a beach bar where you can enjoy live concerts at sunset on weekends; and a long promenade of 9 km that reaches Salou, family atmosphere and relaxed and full of beautiful scenery.Cambrils for travelling with children
Cambrils is an ideal destination to spend a few days with your family. Its beaches offer a multitude of activities for the little ones, but there are also many other things that children will have a great time with. Get on the tourist train for a walk around the city; play in the Parc del Pescador, where many free children's workshops are organised; cycle along the promenade; or take a catamaran ride along the coast of Cambrils. In addition, the city has the privilege of having one of the most important theme parks in Europe, Port Aventura. You won't have time to get bored.
Did you know that the narrowest place on the Iberian Peninsula, in a straight line between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, is between Bayonne and Cambrils?
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Despite its seafaring character, Cambrils has some beautiful monuments worth visiting to learn a little more about the past of the town. The Torre del Port is one of the main icons of this town, both for its beautiful architecture and for its location facing the sea. But do not miss the opportunity to visit the Castle of Vilafortuny, stroll through the ancient streets of its old town and lose yourself within its walls or visit the site La Llosa. The latter houses remains from the Roman period, from the 1st century BC to the 6th century AD. It is considered one of the most important Roman sites in the province. Most of the pieces found are in the Moli de les Tres Eres museum.2. Travel to colonial times walking through Sama Park
This park is located between the towns of Cambrils and Montbrio de Tarragona, a few kilometres from the coast. It was designed in 1881 by Josep Fontserre, the same who created the park of the Citadel of Barcelona. The idea was to recover the exotic and characteristic atmosphere of colonial Cuba, since the promoter's family had resided there for several years. Currently considered one of the best examples of romantic gardening in the Mediterranean. It has a majestic palace and an artificial pond surrounded by high walls. In addition, animal species such as peacocks, tents and turtles live in the park.3. Behold a sunset from the mouth of the Riudecanyes stream
The Ruidecanyes stream flows into the Mediterranean, between the towns of Cambrils and Montroig, forming one of the few wetlands on the southern coast of Catalonia. It is an environment of impressive beauty where the first semi virgin beaches of the south of the Costa Dorada begin. A little known space but of great environmental and landscape value. Ideal to enjoy a romantic sunset in couple.4. Enjoy its lively nightlife
Cambrils has a varied range of nightlife ideal to complement the stay of those who travel in groups of friends. Bars to have tapas and enjoy good wines, pubs, cocktails, discos with live music and night clubs to go out for a party... If you are one of those who enjoys dancing until dawn, we recommend that you do not miss the opportunity to visit the disco Pacha Vila-Seca located in the town of Platja de Pineda, just 16 kilometres from Cambrils.5. Try the rossos noodles and the fish suquet
Cambrils is considered the gastronomic capital of the Costa Dorada. This town offers a high quality cuisine that is characterised by its originality, exquisiteness and quality of raw materials. But if there's one thing you shouldn't miss the opportunity to try, it's rossos noodles, seafood grill, fish suquet and black rice. And for dessert some delicious cambrillanes, awarded in the prestigious gastronomic competition Universo Gastronomico del Mediterraneo.
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Cambrils
With an average price of £138.31 per night, Cambrilslies at theupper end of the price range for holiday lettings in Spain.Which month allows you to save the most on holiday rentals?
According to our most recent historical data, the months with the most reduced prices in Cambrils are May, October, and September, with average prices from £109.74, £113.52 and £121.36, respectively.When are holiday rentals more expensive in Cambrils?
When you look at renting a holiday letting in Cambrils, the highest prices are found in the month of August (with an average of £191.62 per night), followed by July (£180.76), and December (£150.13).Should I plan a trip to Cambrils well in advance?
It is recommended that you book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Cambrils, as only 46% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.What time of the year can I find more available holiday rentals?
May, April, and June are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of properties free, with respective average availability figures of 73.75%, 68.5% and 57.2%.During which months are there fewer rentals available in Cambrils?
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is December (only 29.25% of properties were available on average in 2019). Followed by January (30.25%), and February (34.75%).How many holiday rentals does Holidu have in Cambrils?
Holidu offers around 1500 accommodations in Cambrils from 30 different partners, so you will find the perfect type of accommodation you are looking for. We've got you covered!