Slightly more than 32 thousand people, the best part of which are Spaniards, live in Cambrils. Many English and German citizens own real estate in the town. In the summer season, the majority of tourists in Cambrils are Spanish families. Cambrils already became the best touristic destination more than 20 years ago, however, now not every travel guide book has it mentioned on its pages. There are few hotels and the original atmosphere of an ancient fishing port still preserves.
Cambrils is proud of its fishing traditions. Local fishermen daily deliver fresh catch to the restaurants at 16:30. Some of the restaurants organise tastings of seafood cooked following the national recipes. Such restaurants and the famous fish market opening at 17:00 are famous attractions of the town. Many gourmets specially come here from Barcelona in order to enjoy the local cuisine.
Cambrils has excellent restaurants some of which are Michelin-starred. Many goods are produced here, from fish and seafood to internationally recognised olive oil by DO Siurana. A three-week culinary festival called “Jornades de la galera” is held here in February, meanwhile in the autumn you can enjoy the “Gastronomy Week” with its degustation master classes given by famous chefs.
The beachfront of Cambrils stretches to 10 kilometres and is divided into 9 golden-sand beaches. The beaches of Cambrils have a long flat entrance to the sea which makes the town ideal for family vacations. The beaches are equipped with sports grounds, there is Club Nàutic Cambrils sailing school and Estació Nàutica Costa Dorada yacht club.
Cambrils is a paradise for golf lovers. There are three prestigious golf clubs including the famous Mong Roig within a radius of 25 km from the town.
The Montbrio-del-Camp resort famous for its thermal water springs is situated close to Cambrils. It is located on the hills, just 6 km from the beach.
Real estate in Cambrils will suit the needs of the Mediterranean food lovers and everyone who likes quietness, tranquility and comfort.