This weekend, we propose a walk through the culture of Cambrils, taking advantage of the open days offered by the museums, to discover the rich history of this beautiful fishing village on the Costa Dorada.
On the weekends of May 14 to 15, June 21 to 22 and June 28 to 29, you can visit the Molí de la Torre, La Vil.la Romana de la Llosa, La Torre del Puerto and La Torre of the Hermitage.
The Molí de la Torre, or Molí de las Tres Eras museum, is an old hydraulic flour mill, current headquarters of the Cambrils history museum, dating from the 14th century and located on the old Camino Real de Tarragona, it offers you a interesting demonstration of the use of the mill, as well as various exhibitions that include objects from the area from prehistoric times.
In the Vil.la Romana de la Llosa, witness to the more than 2000 years of history of the municipality as a human settlement, you will find a site that presents the remains of a Roman Vila from the 1st and 2nd centuries.
The Torre del Puerto is a circular watchtower and defense tower from the 17th century built by the people of Cambril, which is currently used as a tourist information point and exhibition hall, and, finally, the Torre de Ermita, is a medieval defense tower from 1375, located right next to the Hermitage of Cambrils, we recommend you climb its 80 steps to admire unbeatable views over the coast.
From the La Corona campsite, we encourage you to visit the museums of Cambrils, to learn a little more about the history and culture of our beautiful fishing village, we are sure you will love it.