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Price and Availability Index for Cambrils
Holiday Letting Price Information in Cambrils
The graph shows average prices of holiday lettings in Cambrils for the next twelve months. Cambrils is most expensive in August (10/08 - 17/08), when prices are on average £164 a night. Holiday letting prices go down to £65 per night in October (12/10 - 19/10).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Cambrils
Check out the graph above to find out how many holiday rentals are available in Cambrils (in %). The week with the lowest percentage of available properties is in December (21/12 - 28/12). Conversely, you will find the highest number of available rentals during one week in September (21/09 - 28/09).
The Weather in Cambrils
This is the climate diagram for Cambrils. July is the warmest month in Cambrils, with average daily maximum temperatures of 30°. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is April, while the driest month is December.
Incredible Cambrils: find your ideal holiday accommodation
Though first and foremost a beach town, Cambrils is steeped in history. About a kilometre inland from the beach, you will find the old town which is full of museums and historical attractions, while the port area bustles with life.
Cambrils is child's play
Sporty families will have a field day playing in Cambrils' turquoise waters on a variety of crafts, from sail boats to jet skiis and kite-surfboards. You can also take classes in fishing and scuba diving.
From Montroig's historic charm to Barcelona's internationally renowned architecture, a number of excursions and day trips can be easily undertaken from Cambrils. Reus, Montblanc and Tarragona are also withing easy reach.
Highlights of Cambrils
Torre de l'Ermita
This defense tower dates from Medieval times and more than eighty steps lead to its turret where a wonderful view awaits you. Explore the permanent exhibition dedicated to the history of the town as well as the temporary exhibitions organised by the local history centre. This monument is located next to the Sanctuary of the Virgen del Camino near the ancient road, Via Augusta.
Parc Del Pinaret
This large park is Cambrils' newest and features a photovoltaic gazebo and areas for outdoor activities. There is also a 'Green Classroom' in the park where you can study the native species and a forested area with picnic tables. The park is divided into four zones and crisscrossed with paths that lead to its various focal points. The park also features a children's playground.
La Llosa Roman Village
Located in the immediate vicinity of Tarraco this site is open to the public year round and displays the remains of an ancient villa which was nhabited between 1 BCE and the 6th Century. It is free to explore the La Llosa villa and guided walking tours of the village will give you the complete story of its history.
Mare de Déu de Vilafortuny
The bright white modern church dof de Vilafortuny dates from the 1960s and is constructed in a sleek neo-colonial style. The outdoor courtyard in front of the church hosts a colourful variety of exhibitions throughout the year.
Cambrils History Museum
Cambril's three museums are jointly known as the 'Cambrils History Museum' though they occupy different locations throughout the town. The headquarters is the fascinating Museu Moli de las Tres Eres (the three era mill museum) which is located on the site of a fully-functioning hydraulic flour mill. The Museu Agricola shares its space with a food shop that sells award-winning local olive oil and provides an insight into Cambrils' agricultural heritage.
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