Cambrils is one of the most emblematic destinations of the Costa Daurada, with offerings that have incentives for all tastes.
True attractions of the municipality are the beaches (both the busy ones and the calm ones), the water sports, the cuisine (which is the star feature of the Costa Daurada) and the festive and traditional vitality.
Must-sees include Parque Samà, a real botanical gem, and the different parts of the Cambrils History museum.
This municipality has been awarded the specialised DTF (Destino de Turismo Familiar/Family Tourism Destination) seal, given by the Catalan Tourist Board. During the holidays, family-friendly accommodation and hospitality is available alongside appropriate entertainment and leisure.
The essentials- Swim at the beaches.
Tourism and service companies are the most significant part of Cambrils’ current economy, with several housing estates along the beach, in addition to hotels (over 300) and campsites. Although it is experiencing somewhat of a recession, fishing continues to play a very important role in the municipality’s economy, handling over one thousand tons of fish a year. In the agricultural sector, irrigated farming (garden produce), hazelnut trees and olive trees (oil with Siurana Designation of Origin) are worth mentioning.