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Carrer Arquebisbe Pere de Cardona

The archbishop of Tarragona, Pere de Cardona, ordered the construction of this defence tower in 1530 to protect the population and its assets from the pirates that constantly invaded the Port of Salou, attracted by commercial fleets. The outside still has its original appearance, with the heraldic shield above the large entry door. The tower is connected to the adjoining buildings, built in the 18th century, by a bridge. The inside has been restored and houses a cultural centre that organises art exhibitions, amongst other activities.


* The Torre Vella is closed until further notice.

- From 29th April to 12th October: from Monday to Saturday, from 6pm to 9pm (Sunday and bank holidays closed)

- From 13th October to 28th April: from Monday to Saturday, from 6pm to 8pm (Sunday and bank holidays closed)