Family Resort Cambrils Park


On the campsite


Holidays are mostly about "slowing down". Relax, forget the stress of everyday life, have time for the family and really "come down". That's what you can do at Cambrils Camping Park on the Costa Dorada. Relax by the pool, swim, splash around with your kids in the extra children's pool. You can explore the nearby sandy beach, rent stand-up paddle boards, beach kayaks or windsurfing equipment. You can also go sailing on a catamaran at lightning speed. Or rent a bike and go cycling in the vast natural paradise of the Ebro Delta.

Have you ever played paddle tennis? This easy-to-learn sport is a mixture of tennis and squash, and many children quickly master it. You can rent the court for a small fee, as well as a tennis court. Your kids can use the football pitch, which is covered with modern artificial turf, the basketball hoop and the table tennis table free of charge. You'll find the table in the Gaudí Hall at Camping Cambrils. There's also free WiFi here.

Antoni Gaudí, the legendary architect of the Cathedral and Park Güell in Barcelona, shaped Catalan Art Nouveau and Modernism around 1900. In his native city of Reus, which you can reach from the campsite in half an hour, you will find numerous magnificent buildings with the intricate forms of this architectural style. Miró and Picasso were also inspired here.

Back at the campsite, relax - perhaps prepare a paella pan with bright yellow saffron in your luxury accommodation, or have it served in the terrace restaurant? Pasta, meat specialities and fresh seafood are also available, of course. You can choose the right wine to go with your relaxed family dinner at tastings with traditional winegrowers - in the Priorat winegrowing region.

While you're toasting to a successful day, the kids might like to conquer one of the two colourful playgrounds at Camping Cambrils. The soft ground ensures that little amateur catalans can swing, climb and slide without a care in the world!

Have you completely slowed down? How about a bit of acceleration, say from 0 to 180 in around 5 seconds... You can do that in the new Ferrari Land with the 112-metre high "Red Force". Before the Italian sports car legend got its own park at Port Aventura, the Romans were already here. In Tarraco, today's Tarragona, they left behind a car, pardon, chariot race track à la Ben Hur and an amphitheatre.

Spain, Catalonia, Italy, what else is possible? How about Mexico, China and the Wild West at the Port Aventura fun park? Discover the Maja maze, crazy barrels, Colorado canyon and many more attractions for all ages. Tickets are available at Camping Cambrils reception - luxury accommodation (while stocks last) is available here! 

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