• Nearest Beach: 2km

  • Nearby Towns:

    • Salou: 8km
    • Reus: 10km
    • Tarragona: 20km
    • Barcelona: 112km

Sightseeing

The bustling resort of Salou is nearby and is a perfect place to spend family time. Choose from fantastic beaches, restaurants and bars, or head for the fabulous PortAventura theme park. Historic Tarragona is a short drive from the parc, and further afield is the exciting city of Barcelona, with its incredible Gaudi architecture, famous Ramblas, inimitable cathedral, harbour and great seafood restaurants... The list goes on. Most definitely worth the trip.

Days Out

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PortAventura

Just 10km away you'll find three parks rolled into one at PortAventura!  Enjoy plenty of watery action at the PortAventura Caribe Aquatic Park,  discover 6 themed worlds and rides at PortAventura Park, then explore the innovative Ferrari Land. Fun for all the family guaranteed!

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Barcelona

The vibrant city of Barcelona, with its Gaudi architecture, Picasso museum and inimitable cathedral makes for a great day out. The Camp Nou stadium and FCB museum are a must for all football fans. When you're ready for a break head for a traditional tapas bar and try the regional specialties.

tarragona

Tarragona

Whether you're looking for culture or beaches, Tarragona won't disappoint! The medieval old town showcases a wonderful architectural heritage and the Roman amphitheatre is well worth a visit. A walk along the ancient ramparts provides sweeping views across the city and don't miss the gorgeous beach of El Milagro.

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Reus

The picturesque town of Reus is famous for brandy production and for its many  architectural styles. Visit in June to experience the famous fiestas, with live music and entertainment in the town squares all night long!

Events in the Region

La Tomatina

La Tomatina

La Tomatina is a world famous event in which participants hurl tomatoes at each other in the name of fun! Held in the town of Bunol on the last Wednesday in August each year, it is known as the world's biggest food fight. The week long festival attracts 30,000 visitors each year. But it is not just a food fight - the event features music, parades, dancing, and fireworks.

Events, Festa del Rei Jaume I

Festa del Rei Jaume I

Every year Salou celebrates King Jaume I and his victory against the Saracens with parades, artisan markets, traditional crafts, performances and activities such as fighting knights, chariot races and dancing.

Events, Mare de Déu del Camí, Cambrils

Mare de Déu del Camí, Cambrils

If you get the chance you must see 'Els Castellers' - giant human towers. People pile up to celebrate 'Our Lady of the Road', which dates back to the 13th century. There are also fireworks and concerts to mark the occasion.

Off Parc Activities

Cambrils and the surrounding area offer plenty of sports and leisure activities for people of all ages with everything from ballroom dancing to go-karting available. With its wonderful climate, the Costa Dorada is the ideal place for outdoor sports. On the sea front you'll find watersports aplenty, while if you're looking for gentler pursuits, there are three golf courses within a 20-kilometre radius of Cambils including the Club de Golf Reus Aiguesverds and the Bonmont Terres Noves course at Mont-roig del Camp (considered to be one of the best in Spain).