Salou

An oasis for beach-bound holidaymakers looking for sun, sea and sand, Salou is where people go to while away lazy sun-soaked days and relax in the ease of a resort well-supplied with restaurants, shops and entertainments.

From the water-parks to the go-karting centres, Spain’s largest theme-park – Port Aventura - to the bungee trampolines, Salou brims with entertainments away from the beach. The town is always buzzing with activity. Fronted by the picturesque promenade, lined with vibrant flowers, palm-trees, restaurant terraces and ice-cream parlours, the central Old Town has a traditional feel, featuring several historic monuments and boutiques selling local crafts. A blend of traditional Spain and international restaurants that cater to every taste, it has a friendly, laid-back atmosphere.

For those wanting to explore, Tarragona, one of the most important Roman towns outside of Rome, and Cambrils, a town famous for its gourmet seafood, are within easy reach.

The beaches of Salou are without doubt the resort's main attraction. The fine, golden sand, the clear, shallow waters, the sheer beauty have captivated and are still captivating, persons from far and wide. The Salou coastline is varied. Wide expanses of golden sand blend in with beachfront hotels and residences, while other, more intimate beaches are sheltered by pine trees and pretty inlets and coves.
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