Can Sole

Address: Calle Ramon Llull, 19-21 , Cambrils, Costa Dorada, Catalonia, 43850, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Ramon Llull, 19-21 , Cambrils, is near PortAventura Theme Park, Avenida Jaume I, Paseo Maritimo, and Platja dels Capellans.
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Travel Blogs from Cambrils

6 Days by the beach!!

A travel blog entry by siandlorna on Aug 11, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

... for fish, me swordfish and Lorna went for tuna loin. Much better than Lornas Steak Tatar that's for sure!! The resort is pretty much 100% Spanish, few dutcheys and Italians but we haven't spotted any more English! It does mean that the waiters or shop keepers don't speak it either so has kept us on our toes.. Last day on the beach today and unfortunately there seems to have been an influx of jellie fish, not a huge amount but enough ...


A travel blog entry by siandlorna on Aug 05, 2015

12 photos

... out the Olympic park, it was a little disappointing to be honest and felt like it had been pretty much forgotten about, there was very little to see up there although it did give great views over the city which was an advantage. By this time it was pushing about 7pm and we decided it was time to get some dinner before heading to the game. We walked down a busy street with loads of restaurants but they were all Tapas places and to be honest, all I wanted was a ...

...Probably Around That Next Bend

A travel blog entry by nellieva on Jul 11, 2015

18 photos

... to turn around when we looked ahead and could see that the road began to climb -- and climb quickly, with many switchbacks -- up the mountainside. That was a good sign, so up we went. The sheer number of blind switchbacks became exhausting, and I had to crane my neck as we approached every turn, as if a car had been coming the other way, one of us would have to stop to allow the other to pass safely. We were lucky and only passed one lone car the entire time, ...

So Two Guys Walk Into a Winery...

A travel blog entry by nellieva on Jul 10, 2015

20 photos

... our van. It meant that every time you met a car coming in the opposite direction, if you could even see it coming around the bends, you would have to slow down and judge if the road was wide enough for you to pass. It made for rather harrowing driving, and not very relaxing -- at least for the driver (me).

After a breakfast far too large to justify, given the feast we'd had the night before, we loaded up and headed out to the hilltop citadel ...

No, Your Honor. I Never Saw the Step.

A travel blog entry by nellieva on Jul 09, 2015

10 photos

... have done fine with his human GPS skills to get us to Gatallops. It is a tiny village perched atop a hillside. The roads a very narrow, and the whole town has less than 250 inhabitants. He had warned me that the hotel was at the highest part of the village, and that I might have a hard time getting the van to the top of the final very steep hill, as it involved a very tight turn and narrow street. To add to the challenge, once I turned off the main road ...