While Cambrils has transformed from a humble fishing village into a chic vacation haven, it still retains much of its original charm. Here, days are spent basking on Blue Flag beaches, watching sailboats glide from the promenade, and exploring the characterful Old Quarter with its gently bustling markets.

Come evening, the village's refined nightlife doesn't disturb the peaceful pace, with waterside bars and tucked-away Michelin-starred restaurants catering to discerning palates. While all the trappings of R&R are here in sumptuous style, for everything else – including renowned architecture – Barcelona is just a 90-minute train ride away.

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    Cambrils is a small port town on Spain’s Costa Daurada (“Gold Coast” in the local tongue), southwest of Barcelona. It offers seaside pleasures thanks to its Mediterranean coastline, which is only 7-km long but comprises 9 different sandy beaches. You can find bits and pieces of Roman history while strolling through the Old Town, and modern theme parks are close...

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