Sailing the Golden Coast: A Week-long Yacht Adventure from Cambrils, Spain

Experience the wonders of the Costa Dorada with a week-long yacht charter from Cambrils, Spain. Dive deep into history, relish local flavors, and bask in coastal beauty with our detailed guide.

Sailing the Golden Coast: A Week-long Yacht Adventure from Cambrils, Spain

Cambrils, a charming fishing town on Spain's Costa Dorada, is a harmonious blend of maritime traditions, sandy beaches, and culinary excellence. With its bustling port, historic old town, and the allure of the Mediterranean, Cambrils is a dream destination for sailors and food enthusiasts alike. Spain, renowned for its diverse landscapes, rich history, and gastronomic wonders, offers a myriad of maritime adventures. Cambrils, with its seafood restaurants, vibrant festivals, and azure waters, emerges as a captivating starting point for a yacht charter expedition.

Setting sail from Cambrils, the Costa Dorada unveils tales of ancient civilizations, sun-kissed beaches, and gastronomic wonders. The nearby towns of Salou, Tarragona, and L'Ametlla de Mar, with their coastal charm and historic allure, beckon sailors and explorers. Each day on this journey is a new chapter, filled with discoveries that resonate with the spirit of Catalonia.

Day 1: Cambrils to Salou (5 miles)

Begin your voyage by sailing to Salou, a popular resort town with a lively promenade and entertainment options. Drop anchor and explore the town's beaches and nearby theme park, PortAventura. For dinner, indulge in "Escalivada," a traditional Catalan dish of grilled vegetables, at a local tavern.

Day 2: Salou to Tarragona (10 miles)

Sail to Tarragona, an ancient Roman city with impressive ruins and a historic amphitheater. Moor and explore the town's UNESCO-listed sites and vibrant markets. Relish "Crema Catalana," a Catalan dessert similar to crème brûlée, at a seafront eatery.

Day 3: Tarragona to L'Ametlla de Mar (25 miles)

Set course for L'Ametlla de Mar, a picturesque fishing town known for its coves and underwater marine life. Anchor and explore the town's beaches and vibrant seafood market. For dinner, try "Botifarra," a traditional Catalan sausage.

Day 4: L'Ametlla de Mar to L'Ampolla (10 miles)

Continue to L'Ampolla, a coastal town at the gateway to the Ebro Delta. Drop anchor and enjoy the town's natural parks and lagoons. Savor "Pa amb tomàquet," bread rubbed with tomato, at a local café.

Day 5: L'Ampolla to Deltebre (15 miles)

Sail to Deltebre, located in the heart of the Ebro Delta. Moor and explore the town's natural landscapes, rice fields, and bird-watching spots. Relish "Fideuà," a noodle paella, at a beachside tavern.

Day 6: Deltebre to Sant Carles de la Ràpita (20 miles)

Head to Sant Carles de la Ràpita, a town known for its salt flats and oyster farms. Drop anchor and explore the town's marina and seafood restaurants. For dinner, savor "Calçots," grilled spring onions, at a local restaurant.

Day 7: Sant Carles de la Ràpita back to Cambrils (25 miles)

Conclude your journey by returning to Cambrils. Before you moor, take a moment to admire the town's bustling port, historic old town, and vibrant festivals from the sea. Once ashore, explore Cambrils' seafood restaurants and for your final meal, savor "Canelons," a Catalan version of cannelloni, as a delightful end to your journey.

Embarking on a yacht charter from Cambrils is an invitation to immerse oneself in Catalonia's diverse tapestry. With, you're not just booking a yacht; you're unlocking a world of experiences. From the historic streets of Tarragona to the natural beauty of the Ebro Delta, let us guide you through the heart of the Costa Dorada. Set your compass with us and let the spirit of Catalonia guide your journey.


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