For your last day, we suggest making the most of the beaches of Cambrils, and visiting Parc Samà. When you head to the beaches, you will find out for yourself why they’re so popular and well-known. The town has nine beaches, which extend for about as many kilometres, and all share fine sand and a gentle slope into the sea, making them excellent for children. And if that wasn’t enough, the kids can also enjoy the ‘children’s oases’ – shaded activity spaces both on the beach and along the Passeig Marítim.
As you may well imagine, the beaches of Cambrils offer all the services you need to spend a whole day. Among the water sports that the Estació Nàutica Costa Daurada offers are windsurfing, jet skiing, kayaking and diving.
Later in the day, we recommend a visit to Parc Samà, located 5 km from Cambrils in the direction of Montbrió. Samà is a majestic historic garden listed as a Cultural Heritage of National Interest, which was completely renovated in 2017 and is located within a unique natural space, with a modernista design and urbanism that recalls the park's Indian past. You'll fall in love with the romanticism of a garden that boasts history, exceptional flora, a lake, a waterfall, exotic birds and so much more.