Monica Hotel

The Monica Hotel is set in the middle of a large garden. It comes with a good-sized pool and an outdoor chill-out zone in summer.

The food in the buffet restaurant is incredibly highly-rated, with plenty of local dishes for when you fancy trying something new. After dinner, you can have drinks in the wood-panelled bar or out on the terrace.

On summer evenings, the lawn by the pool is transformed into a candlelit lounge with comfy bean bags, low tables and the latest chill-out tunes playing in the background.

Overview of Cambrils

Cambrils was once a small fishing village but has now evolved into a spot that’s synonymous with luxurious and sophisticated holidays to Costa Dorada. Stays in Cambrils are generally quiet, so it’s a relaxing place for a break.

The town’s retained much of its traditional charm, and when you leave the Monica Hotel to explore, you can visit the 12th-century castle. Not everything’s old fashioned, though. If you’d rather enjoy a splash of luxury, head to the modern marina!

Things to do in Cambrils

The Monica Hotel is just across the road from the beach. To reach it, all you need to do is cross the promenade. You’ll arrive at a golden sweep of sand that stretches for seven kilometres.

The centre of Cambrils is also only a short stroll away. It includes a range of children’s play areas, parks, activities and sports facilities. The cobbled streets showcase the best of the town’s history and heritage. If you’d like to learn more, the History Museum of Cambrils is well worth a trip.

Costa Dorada is a food-oriented holiday spot, and Cambrils has a reputation as its capital. In the evening, you can choose from more than 200 restaurants, including fine dining in Michelin-starred venues.

Cambrils is a picturesque spot for a Spanish break. Packed with history, golden sands and plenty of child-friendly activities, there’s something for everyone here!

Resort Summary

Seven kilometres of Blue Flag beaches is just one of the reasons why Cambrils has been awarded the Family Holiday Destination seal of quality by the Catalan Government. Others include the range of children’s play areas, parks, activities and sports facilities, as well as sea stations for snorkelling and sailing.

It’s not all about the kids though. Recognised as a gastronomic capital in food-orientated Costa Dorada, the small town of Cambrils has more than 200 restaurants, including two with Michelin Stars and many more mentioned in the Michelin Guide. It also has a mix of intimate seafront bars, English pubs and chiringuitos – pop-up restaurants, which will appeal to couples.

Being a short drive from Salou, and ideal for PortAventura holidays, Cambrils is a good base to explore the region and have a taste of the exciting sights and sounds before retiring back to your peaceful base.