Salou is a lively and popular resort on the Costa Daurada. Famous for its sandy, wide beaches and one of the largest amusement parks on the Spanish coast, Port Aventura.
The village has a 14-kilometer stretch of the coast, where you can find both wide and sandy, well-developed city beaches, as well as secluded bays, which can be accessed by narrow paths. They allow you to rest away from the crowds and guarantee greater intimacy.
The city has a well-prepared offer of attractions. In addition to the huge Port Aventura, divided into 6 themed zones with slides, rollercoasters, carousels and many other entertainment devices, there is also the Aquapolis water park and Kart Salou, an extensive go-kart track.
The center of Salou has retained its intimate, historic character. Narrow streets, squares, and alleys, which are shaded even in summer, are perfect places for walks. The oldest monument in the city is the 16th-century Torre Vella de Salou, a former watchtower with exhibitions of artistic products. The 18th-century church of Santa María del Mar is nearby. Also worth seeing are historic palaces and villas such as the modernist Casa Bonet or the traditional Catalan farmhouse, la Mansia Catalana.