Salou in winter in 2 days
Salou is a fantastic destination to spend 48h or an entire weekend in winter. Would you like to know why? Because the capital city of Costa Daurada provides you with a wide variety of activities for a unique experience while enjoy an outstanding territory.
In order to offer an ideal stay, Salou has a wide accommodation variety, with hotels, apartments and hostels.
To start the second day then, as the sun starts to break, we recommend that you cycle along Jaume I Promenade, Miramar Promenade and the entire maritime façade that will take you to Cambrils, where you can visit the Museu de les Tres Eres (Museum), the La Llosa Roman Villa Archaeological Park, the port and the arrival of the fishing boats to the port or the Samà Park just outside the village.
Moreover, Salou has a privileged location –in the heart of Costa Daurada–, very near other culture and tourism attractions such as Reus (3.5 miles), Tarragona (6 miles), the Ruta del Cister (30 miles) or the Ebro Delta (45 miles), excellent to complement your holidays with your partner, family or friends, both from a cultural and leisure point of view.
Back in Salou, you can have lunch in the wide range of restaurants in Salou, where you’ll get a perfect sample of local, Mediterranean and international cuisine. There’s a lot to choose from!
In the afternoon, you can visit Reus. The so-called Modernism Route provides you with a pleasant walk across the city, which will allow you to discover beautiful Modernist, aka Art Nouveau, façades such as Casa Navàs, Casa Rull and Casa Gasull, among many others. Besides, you can also take on various guided tours, thanks to which you’ll get a glimpse of some outstanding buildings, such as Pere Mata.
In the afternoon, it’s time to try local vermouth, thanks to a guided tour that will take you to some emblematic buildings that still have that very special relationship with this beverage, which is made by mixing wine and various aromatic herbs: the Museu del Vermut, Bodegas Vermut Rofes and Cal Massó.
Events due in Salou in winter:
- Half Marathon (November) - www.mitjadesalou.com
- Squid Gastronomic Days (November)
- Spanish Open Salou (December) - www.spanishopensalou.com
- Christmas (December)
- Winter’s Local Festivity (January/February)