One of the lesser known little towns in Spain's Catalonia region is the pretty coastal town of Cambrils. Salou is the nearest big tourist destination and also lies on a major bus route through the region.
Cambrils has a history that goes back thousands of years and there are some amazing historical remains of the Romans, Moors, Christian restoration and many others. Wonderful legends and myths of pirates and untold wealth, kings and conquerors, peasants' revolts and military might in this important coastal area of Spain abound here. Agriculture, fishing and the industrial revolution brought stability and wealth to the local population, while tourism began to grow in the 19th century.
Today renting a villa in Cambrils is a great option for anyone who enjoys a holiday that's different and unique in Spain, far from the touristy cities and attractions. Villa rental means cost-savings and you can splurge on a luxury villa with all the frills and still have money to spare! Standard amenities include multiple bedrooms with en suite baths, balconies and air-conditioning. A landscaped private garden with parking if you're on a self-drive holiday, fully-equipped kitchen with barbecue grills on the terrace and a well-stocked bar, linen, tastefully furnished living areas and private pool are also available. Stunning views across the ocean are of course freely available! Relaxing with your cup of home-brewed Spanish coffee on the patio while you breathe in the fresh air is everything a holiday should be.
Cambrils also boasts of a world-class golf course nearby for visitors who are enthusiasts of the game. The Cambrils port and busy harbor are a source of endless delight and interest when you choose to stroll down there and enjoy the freshly caught sea-food delicacies at one of the wayside cafes. The old Moorish Tower is a testimony to the city's colorful past and the lovely old fortress of one of the ancient nobles which has now been converted into a holiday center are some of the main attractions. Old houses built in the traditional style, narrow streets and mysterious alleyways provide wonderful photo ops. The shrine of El Cami is also worth a visit.
Renting a villa with a mixed-age group in Cambrils would be a great idea: the youngsters can have their fill of fun in the sun on the lovely sun-drenched beaches, hop across to one of the nearby hot spots for entertainment and parties or get lots of adventure and sports while the older group can take in the sights, lounge on the beach and relax. Villas with self-catering are a good idea because you get to shop at local markets, learn to cook some new dishes and eat fresh, wholesome food.
Cambrils is one of Spain's best-kept tourist secrets – go ahead and discover it for yourself!
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