Salou in winter in 1 day

Salou in winter in 1 day

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Salou offers you thousands of things to do in winter in 1 day. Discover them!

Salou in winter in 1 day

Visit Salou in 1 day

Visiting Salou in winter is an ideal way to enjoy the capital of the Costa Daurada in peace and quiet. What's more, if you're looking to rediscover Salou in 1 day, you may find surprises such as the Coastal Path or the Torre Vella, and you'll still have time left over to enjoy its gastronomy!

We tell you what to see and do in Salou in just 1 day.


Route along the Coastal Path

If you visit Salou in one day you should know that the Coastal Path is the first essential place to discover the wild nature hidden in our town.

The Coastal Path is a 6.5 km path that crosses the entire coastline, from the Pilons area to the Salou lighthouse. Moreover, from Cap Salou you can enjoy the most natural surroundings of the municipality.

This route can be done alone, with friends, as a couple, with children or walking with your dogs, it is equally enjoyable! You can even cross it and enjoy doing sport while breathing the pure Mediterranean air and enjoying the best views of the coastline of Salou.

Some of the obligatory stops along the Coastal Path during your visit to Salou are Capellans beach, Llenguadets beach, the Llarga beach, Penya Tallada cove, Crancs cove and Morisca cove and its viewpoint.

From viewpoints such as Punta del Cavall, the lighthouse viewpoint or the Punta de Porroig viewpoint, the colours of the Mediterranean always stand out.

So if you're an early riser, make the most of your morning to explore in depth and visit Cap Salou along the route. Otherwise, the afternoon is always another good time to watch the sunset from Salou's viewpoints.


Enjoy the gastronomy in the restaurants of Salou 

On your return from your walk along the Coastal Path, make the most of your hunger to sample the gastronomy of Salou.

In Salou we have many restaurants, such as signature cuisine restaurants, which offer innovative proposals with high quality ingredients. We even have a restaurant with a Michelin Star in Salou; the restaurant Deliranto.

If you fancy tasting paellas and rice dishes with local produce, there are restaurants in Salou specialising in Mediterranean and seafood cuisine.

You'll also find many gastronomic offers to try the best tapas in Salou, with top quality ingredients. Or if you're looking for something quick, you also have fast-food options!

In Salou you can choose from more specialised restaurants, such as international food, oriental food or brasseries specialising in meat.


Discover the Torre Vella and Jaume I Promenade

After lunch, and probably a good siesta, it's time to recharge your batteries to enjoy the afternoon in Salou!

In the residential area you'll find the Torre Vella, an ancient fortification that was built as a defensive tower against pirate attacks. Nowadays, it is a cultural centre where you can visit different art exhibitions in Salou.

And what better way to end your visit to Salou in one day than by strolling along the Jaume I Promenade. All along this promenade, you'll be able to relax while walking among tall palm trees and overlooking the Llevant beach.

You can also visit the monument to Jaume I, which commemorates the moment when the Catalan fleet commanded by King Jaume I left this point to conquer Mallorca.

Don't miss the modernist villas located right next to the promenade. Of particular note is the Bonet villa, built by the architect Domènec Sugranyes i Gras, a disciple and collaborator of Gaudí.

And to end this magical day, there is no better spot than the Espigó del moll and the monument to the fisherman. From the Bocana viewpoint you can watch the sunset with privileged views of the entire coastline.

If after all this information you still haven't made up your mind, here are some more ideas with suggestions of what to do in Salou! We hope to see you soon.