Cambrils is known as the
in recognition of its long tradition of offering excellent seafood cuisine and the large number of excellent restaurants in the town.
The sea and the land provide the principal raw materials for the cuisine of Cambrils. It is best known for its
fishing tradition but its
agriculture, favoured by a microclimate with
excellent climatological conditions and fertile land, is rich and varied. Its produce includes citrus fruits, artichokes, potatoes, tomatoes, lettuces, courgettes and peaches, although the star product is the olive and especially the Protected Designation of Origin olive oil used to prepare and dress dishes made in the most prestigious restaurants of Cambrils and many other countries in the world. The local extra virgin olive oil has received many awards for its quality.
60 restaurants some internationally renowned and with Michelin star rating, as well as many bars, cafeterias, café-terraces, ice cream parlours, etc.
Cambrils’ long gastronomic tradition is also the reason it is home to the province’s only Hotel and Catering School.