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WHERE TO EAT?

“I remember, when I started out in my career, that whenever people talked about the cuisine in Catalonia, the name of Cambrils would come up”  quoted Ferran Adrià in the introduction of the book “Cambrils, the sea, the land, the table” Arola Editors. Cambrils achieved an excellent reputation as “a place of good food” throughout the […]

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HOW TO ARRIVE TO CAMBRILS

Cambrils is very well connected, in fact you can arrive by road, sea and air. By ROAD with CAR Cambrils is on the N-340, linked to the AP-7 motorway, exit 3 7, and the A7 motorway. with TRAIN L’estació de ferrocarril  The railway station of Cambrils is located on the line that connects Barcelona with […]

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GO OUT TO SEA

Unique experiences, emotions that will leave you wanting more. In Cambrils you can enjoy the water, the sea, the speed, the peace, … a range of emotions to live your holidays to the full. Cambrils has the Costa Daurada Nautical Station that provides active holidays based on sports and nautical activities suitable for all ages, […]

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ROMAN VILLA OF LA LOSA

The Vil•la Romana de La Llosa is a site open to the public where the preserved remains of a villa are shown in the immediate surroundings of Tarraco, inhabited between the 1st and 6th centuries AD. The building is classified as a Cultural Asset of Local Interest. On site, a virtual guide has been installed through […]

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The Mill MOLÍ DE LES TRES ERES

The Mill Molí de les Tres Eres is an old hydraulic flour mill, and today the main headquarters of the History Museum of Cambrils. You can visit all year round the permanent exhibitions “Cambrils: the origins”, dedicated to archeology and “El Moli de las Tres Eres”: a living testimony of the past, where the initial use of […]

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