Every year thousands of people vist Salou to enjoy its fantastic beaches,
vibrant nightlife, first class leisure facilities and so much more.
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Salou is situated on the Costa Dorada (The Gold Coast) in Catalunya, Northern Spain. The resort of Salou is quickly becoming one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain. With its fantastic sandy beaches, most of which have European Blue Flags in recognition of sea quality and the leisure & entertainment facilities which it has to offer. Salou is home to Port Aventura theme park, which includes Ferrari Land and Costa Caribe Water Park; and three golf courses, which were designed by Greg Norman, one of which is a championship course. There is also another water park situated in the next resort of La Pineda. Aquapolis is a water park which also has sea animal shows and is particularly suited to children.

Salou has excellent airport connections with a most major airlines flying into Barcelona Airport, and the local airport of Reus is just 15 mins by car (only 8kms away) and many budget airlines such as Ryanair, Thomson Fly, Flybe, and Jet2 fly from major UK airports into there.

Salou's main beach of Playa Llevant is great for beach side bars and restaurants with stunning sea views. Playa Llevant stretches from the main fountain along to the port of Salou and its promenade is one of the best in Spain and is perfect for leisurely evening strolls. Along the promenade there are a number of fountains that have light and water shows, which are best seen after dark.

Annual Events in Salou

There are many events arranged throughout the calendar year. Ranging from whole week activities to one off events, and from traditional festivals to sports events.
Here are some of the more popular ones.

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Cos Blanc - Fiesta D'Hivern

End of Januaury or early February

After Christmas, New Year and the Three Kings it's not long to wait before Salou celebrates its winter fiesta. A week of various arranged events, which include the procession of tradional Catalan Gigants and Los Diablos. The main event is Cos Blanc, the confetti fiesta, where an entire street is converted into one big party; with cannons expelling confetti high into the air and sound systems playing the latest songs.

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Mid February

Carnival is a century old tradition, which is connected to Christianity and is celebrated before the period of Lent. Although, some may respect the original meaning of "Carnival" most now see it as another oppurtunity to do what the Catalans do best. Have a good time!!

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Salou International Triathlon

End of May

In May the town hosts "Challenge Salou", an international triathlon competition that brings together more than a thousand athletes and around 4,000 people come to give their support and encouragement. The Challenge is extremely demanding; with a 2,000 metre sea swim, 140 kilometre bike ride and to finish a 20 kilometre run. Only for the truly fit!

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San Juan

23rd/24th June

In Catalonia, the shortest night of the year is highly symbolic, representing a general renewal of one’s spirit, and in Salou it's no different. The only night of the year which you are legally allowed to sleep on the beach, sees the lighting of bonfires, BBQ's, lighting of fireworks and general partying. Also another chance to see the dance of the Devils along the main promenade.

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Nits Daurades - Golden Nights

7th - 15th August

At the height of the summer Salou celebrates its summer fiesta. A week long programme with lots of events, ranging from The Human Castles to all night concerts on the beach. Nearly all the activities are free and every year thousands of peopele come to celebrate summer. The last night has the main event, an amazing firework display on Salou's main beach.

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RACC Catalunya Rally

End of October

For over 10 years Salou has been the base for the Catalan stage of the RACC Rally. Although, most of the rally races take part in the surrounding mountains, there are timed stages along the main promenade in Salou town. With many other Rally related attractions, this event attracts rally enthusiasts from all over Europe.

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Costa Daurada Classic Car Rally

Early November

Now in its sixth year, the classic car rally covers a distance of about 30 kilometres from Salou, doing a circular route and finishing back in Salou. The oldest registered car was a two-seater Cadillac M 1905 but there are many other classic makes which take part. A worthwhile event to see even, if you're not a car enthusiast..


Just a 30 minute trip inland from Salou and you are in spectacular countryside with wonderful views and opportunities for some fantastic photographs. Village restaurants serve excellent local cuisine at prices well below that of the UK, a three course lunch/dinner with wine is approximately 12€ or less in some places. The region is also famous for Priorat wine, a close relation to the more well known Rioja but by some considered to be far better. There are plenty of old historic buildings to see and traditional villages to visit. The area is also very popular for sporting activities like walking, mountain climbing, mountain biking, horse riding or canoeing.  So whether you are looking for a relaxing beach holiday, exciting nightlife, sports activities, sightseeing or exploring beautiful Catalunya, Salou makes an ideal place to stay. It's got it all!.

Apartment Bellavista

Apartment Bellavista is a large air conditioned apartment that has been fully re-furbished to a high standard and will accommodate 6 people in comfort. It is situated in an excellent position close to the centre of the tourist area of Salou and all its amenities. The apartment is on the top floor of a six floor apartment block ( which has a lift ), it has views over Salou, towards the Mediterranean sea, Reus and also the mountains of Sierra Montsant.

The apartment consists of a large lounge/dining area, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen large terrace and small rear terrace for drying clothes. The kichen is fitted with fridge/freezer, washing machine, gas hob, and microwave/grill. The kitchen is fully catered for with crockery, cutlery and glasses etc. Also a toaster, blender, kettle, coffee maker, hairdryer, iron and ironing board are also supplied. We also have a cot and high chair for young babies/children.  (we do not supply linen for the cot). The spacious lounge/diner has two comfortable leather sofas and a dining table for six people. It is also equipped with a 32" LCD TV with some English TV channels. and a DVD/CD player.
We also now have Free WiFi for our guests. The lounge area has patio doors leading on to a large terrace which is west facing and is perfect for relaxing in the evening and watching the sunsets. This has a table and 6 chairs for 'Al Fresco' dining. The master bedroom has a double bed and fitted wardrobes (with built in safe) with French doors that also lead onto the large terrace and and its own en-suite bathroom with a large walk in shower. The second double sized bedroom has three individual beds and fitted wardrobes, with the third bedroom smaller in size but also with two individual beds and again fitted wardrobes. There is also a second family bathroom with full size bath and shower that serves these two bedrooms.

The apartment is only 75 metres (a 3 minutes walk) from the beautiful beach of Playa Capellans. This golden sand beach is situated in a small cove and has safe bathing. It is perfect for families with small children. The beach has umbrellas and sun loungers for hire and it also has a beach kiosk and a restaurant. The apartment will be available on the day of your arrival after 4.00pm and must be vacated by 11.00am on the day of departure to allow for cleaning.

The apartment is registered with The Generalitat de Catalunya for tourist rental accommodation. Any local taxes are included in the rental cost.


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Things to Do

Here is a selection of some of the main attractions in and around Salou.

The City of Barcelona

The city of Barcelona is just over one hour by train or car and it is a definite place to visit. Any trip to Barcelona should include a visit to see any of the buildings designed by Antoni Gaudi; the Sagrada Familia, Parc Guell or Casa Batillo.

Or why not take a tour around the Nou Camp, Barcelona FC's home ground or simply walk along "Las Ramblas" and soak up the Catalunyan atmosphere.

There is so much to see and do in the city and a great way to sightsee if you have a limited time is to take one of the tour buses. These are very reasonably priced have an audio commentary and offer unlimited on/off stops on one of three circular routes around Barcelona's tourist attractions.

The City of Tarragona

Salou is an ideal place to make yourself a base to explore Tarragona or the surrounding area.

The ancient Roman city of Tarragona still has several Roman remains
and various museums dedicated to the Roman era. There is a cathedral dating back to 16th century and lots of shops and restaurants.

On Sundays there is an open air market at Bonavista (just outside Tarragona), which sells everything from clothes to livestock.
It is said to be the third largest outdoor market in Europe. Buses run to/from Salou to the market.

Port Aventura Theme Park

This park has been rated by many as the best theme park in Europe.
It has rides for people of all ages and the shows are spectacular.

Try "Shambala" the highest roller coaster ride in Europe. There are plenty of shops and places to eat also.  You can spend all day and not get to do everything, so it's recommended that you have a pass for at least two days.



Ferrari lovers will have a new theme park at PortAventura Resort, called FerrariLand. This brand new feature is dedicated to the Prancing Horse and will cover a surface area of 60,000 square metres. Offering its visitors unique emotions, feelings and adventures. FerrariLand will deliver benchmark attractions on a global scale, largely family-oriented but with a good dose of adrenaline to create dream visits that embody the true spirit of PortAventura. Fans of Ferrari and the world of speed will have the chance to ride the highest roller coaster in Europe, standing at a height of 112 metres. This vertical accelerator is an incredible experience for speed lovers: passengers experience the same sensations as in racing with an acceleration of 180 km/h in just 5 seconds!

Downhill Bikes

Voted the number one excursion in Salou on Tripadvisor, it's a great way to spend a morning or a whole day away from the resort.

It's not just for keen experienced bikers. It's for all ages and all abilities. So even if you haven't been on a bike for a while, this is still a trip for you.

As it says in the title, you are taken up into the mountains behind the resort by minibus and you ride back down, but not all the way!

Rob, Mandy and the team make it a great day out. Do something different. Give it a go!


This is the waterpark where you can swim with dolphins!!

It's a fantastic place and the best water park in the area, especially if you have young children. There are shows with the sea animals, water slides, wave machines and pools.

Aquopolis is situated in the next resort of La Pineda and served by a regular, frequent bus service, so it's very easy to get to.

It's family friendly and action packed FUN!


The Lumine golf courses are part of the Port Aventura complex. The three courses giVes golfers a variety of courses to play.

The North course provides sensations, the Centre course provides entertainment, and the South Course provides... a challenge. Port Aventura trusted Greg Norman and Green Project to design three golf courses where both amateur and professional players can enjoy a great golfing experience.

The golf courses opened to the public in the summer 2008. Because of the temperate climate of this part of Spain, the courses provide the oppurtunity to play 365 days per year.


Just outside Salou is the Go Karting track. If you want to try some
track racing yourself, maybe after an inspirational visit to Ferrari Land or watching the RACC Rally, then this is the place to give it a go.

It's not just for the experienced driver as they give instruction to novices. They have other fairground attractions and a cafe/bar.

There is also a free coutresy bus which runs from the main promenade and Plaza Europa to the track.

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