Salou has been one of the 15 destinations certified with the Family Tourism Destination seal since 2003, a guarantee that in Salou families will have a series of services and facilities adapted to all ages and that comply with all regulations of security.

Salou Tourist Board website has made available to the public a series of downloadable tourist guides in which you can find very useful information to plan your stay in the capital of the Costa Dorada.

A very attractive way to get to know Salou is to do the Tourist Train route. This means of transport offers two routes, the Red Route and the Blue Route. The Red Route runs through the historical places of Salou while the Blue Route is designed for those who want to visit the center of the town. Both routes are one hour long and departures are every 30 minutes.

Levante Beach, with an area of ​​1200 meters and a width of 70 meters, is the busiest beach in Salou. This beach, along with Playa de Poniente, is the holder of the prestigious “Q” award for Tourist Quality.

Parallel to the Levante beach runs the Paseo Jaume I, a wide promenade with gardens and palm trees whose great attraction is the Luminous Fountain. This source of light and color is close to the Los Peces Rentalmar apartments and is one of the most visited places during summer nights.

Sunset at Levante Beach - Salou

Other beaches in Salou are La Playa de Poniente, Playa de Capellans and Playa Larga, the latter ideal for practicing all kinds of water sports. In addition to these beaches, the coves of Llengüadets, Penya Tallada, Cala de la Font, Cala Vinya and Cala Crancs are also worth a visit.

At the other end of Paseo Jaume I and next to the Nautical Club is the Cibernética Fountain, which dazzles its visitors during the summer months with a 20-minute show in which music, light and propelled water per 1000 jets are the protagonists.

Port Aventura amusement park contributes significantly to the offer of activities in Salou, which receives more than 3 million visitors each year. It is located in Salou and Vila-seca and is located just five minutes from the Paradis Rentalmar Families Only apartments, some accommodations that Rentalmar dedicates especially to family tourism.

For those who want to enjoy the night, Salou has a wide range of bars, terraces, pubs and nightclubs for all tastes. It is also possible to extend the night in some of the beach bars that are scattered along its beaches.

If you book your vacation for the second week of August you can enjoy the Salou summer festival. It is Les Nits Daurades week, a week of concerts, street theater performances and a host of activities for audiences of all ages. The festivities culminate with a large fireworks display, a beautiful pyrotechnic show that can be enjoyed from the beach and followed by live music.

During the first week of September, Salou celebrates the Festa del Rei Jaume I. On those days it is possible to attend multiple activities that recreate the time when Jaume I set sail with his entire fleet towards the conquest of Mallorca. One of the activities that attracts the most public is the Medieval Market. There we can buy artisan products and see how they are made by the hand of merchants who recreate the trades of the time.

Coinciding with these festivities, the Sent Soví Salou is also celebrated, a medieval gastronomic route inspired by one of the oldest cookbooks in Europe (1324) and which is considered to be the origin of Catalan cuisine.

In February the biggest winter festival in Salou takes place. The most anticipated day of all is the first Saturday in February. It is the Coso Blanco festival, a street parade of floats, costumes, music and tons of confetti in which more than 2,000 people take part and that each year receives more than 30,000 visitors from the entire Tarragon region.

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