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Salou in 3 days

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Walking on the fine golden sands at the beach is one of the first things you might want to do when arriving in Salou.  You can have it all, with sun loungers and swimming, or having a go at one of the many water sports on offer at Llevant and Ponent beaches (sailing, jet ski, kayaking...) with instructors and equipment available, or how about a sailboat ride along the coast.

When its lunch time, our favourite spot is one of the beach bar-restaurants that are right on the beach, serving up high-quality varied offering.

After a well-deserved Spanish-style siesta, and feeling nice and rested, get ready to head out again. The afternoon, as it starts to cool down, is the perfect time to play some holes at Lumine Golf; or perhaps you would prefer a bit of go-karting or hanging from a zip-line at the Bosc Aventura. And you’ll still have time to check out the shops and boutiques in the city, where you will find the top brands, before having a relaxing dinner overlooking the sea. Fresh seafood and fish with a Catalan twist, or international cuisine, are both options. To finish off the day, take a stroll down Passeig Jaume I until you get to the Cybernetic Fountains and Luminous Fountains, so that you can take in the spectacular water, light and sound show.

On day two, kick off the day by heading to the Camí de Ronda, the coastal path, at the pace you like: on foot, running or on bicycle. This 2.4 kilometre route winds through pine groves with views of the sea. We suggest spending the rest of the day at PortAventura World. After exhilaration and thrills on some of the magnificent and scary rides, you can eat at one of the six thematic restaurants in the park. The Tourist Train is the most original way to get there and back. In the evening, after such an activity-packed day, you could have dinner at your hotel, and many lodging options also have entertainment.

Up at dawn with the first rays of sun, we suggest a stroll along Llevant and Ponent Beaches to start off your last day. You could, for example, take a boat from Salou to Cambrils and finish off the morning on the beach. After settling in at your beach of choice, lay back and relax with a good book or a swim in the gentle waters, or perhaps, try out one of the water sports you haven’t done yet.

For lunch today, how about trying out the idyllic poolside setting at the Lumine Beach Club, with a wide range of offers and excellent cuisine. Then an ice-cream and stroll through the city’s historic sites and, to finish, you can’t miss one of the most special moments: sunset from Pilons at Carrer Colom.

Close your eyes, relax and let yourself dream of your next holidays. Salou will be waiting for you. 

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