Salou in winter in 3 days

Salou in winter in 3 days

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Salou offers you hundreds of things to do in winter in 3 days. Discover them all!

Salou in winter in 3 days

Visiting Salou in winter is an ideal way to enjoy its beaches, green areas and hidden corners in peace and quiet. In addition, you can rediscover Salou in 3 days through the Coastal Path, the Jaume I promenade, the Torre Vella or enjoying the thousand activities that we suggest, and you'll still have time left over to taste its gastronomy!

 

Visit Salou in winter in 3 days, first day 

Coastal Path and Cap Salou

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

Some obligatory stops along the Coastal Path on your 3-day visit to Salou are Capellans beach, Llenguadets beach, Llarga beach, Penya Tallada cove and Crancs cove.

 

The Torre Vella and the Jaume I promenade

The Torre Vella is an old fortification that was built as a defensive tower against pirate attacks. Nowadays, you can visit different art exhibitions in Salou.

On Jaume I promenade, you will find the monument to Jaume I, which commemorates the moment when the Catalan fleet commanded by King Jaume I left this point to conquer Mallorca.

You can't miss the modernist villas right next to the promenade either. The Bonet villa stands out, built by the architect Domènec Sugranyes i Gras, a disciple and collaborator of Gaudí.

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Visit Salou in winter in 3 days, second day 

Route around Salou on bike or roller skates

All along the coastline of Salou, there are bike lanes that connect the Coastal Path, the Jaume I promenade and the Paseo Miramar, and there is a bike lane that reaches nearby towns such as Cambrils. If you like sport, the beach and fresh air, make the most of your morning to cycle or rollerblade around Salou!

 

The Santa Maria del Mar Church and the Carrilet train station

During the afternoon of your second day in Salou, you can visit those little-known areas of the town, such as the old quarter, where you'll find the Santa Maria del Mar church, built in 1766. Don't miss the murals and paintings that decorate the baptistery. 

 

You can't miss the old Carrilet station either. The first train station in Salou that connected this town with Reus. Today, you can still see one of the old locomotives that used to make this journey in the Carrilet square.

 

 

The Parc de la Ciutat and the route of the viewpoints

In Salou there are hidden secrets such as the Parc de la Ciutat, a small corner of peace in Carles Buïgas street surrounded by small ponds and trees.

Enjoy the route of Salou's viewpoints to the maximum and surprise yourself with the corners with the best views of the coastline.

Salou has more than 10 viewpoints that offer the best views of the Mediterranean Sea. Not only that, but they are also the best places to watch the sunset.

Some of these places are Punta del Cavall, Punta Prima, the Cala Morisca viewpoint and the Faro viewpoint in Cap Salou. Other of these spots can be found on the Jaume I promenade and the surrounding area, such as Pilons and the Bocana viewpoint, on the quay and the monument to the fisherman.

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Visit Salou in winter 3 days, third day 

Sport on the beaches of Salou

You already know all that Salou has to offer, but you can enjoy all its corners to the fullest! And a good way to do this is by practising sport on the beaches of Salou.

Practice yoga or taichi in such magical surroundings as Llarga beach in Salou, take advantage of the gym and fitness facilities on Llevant beach or in Parc de la Ciutat, and make the most of your visit to Salou in winter to walk along the beaches with your dog, the beaches are open to them!

In addition, throughout the year, and especially during the winter months, Salou Playa All Year Round takes place, with lots of activities and workshops to enjoy the beach even in winter.

 

Discover Salou in winter with the digital gymkhana

If you want to discover the main artery of Salou with your family and have a good time, don't miss the Jaume I digital treasure hunt

Through it, you will learn about the history of the town and the role of Jaume I in it. Solve the eight riddles and explore 1.4 km of Salou's coastline in a different and fun way.

 

Salou Photo Shoot

And to end your stay in Salou, make the most of the last few hours to fill them with memories by taking photos in the stunning spots you'll discover. Visit our landmark, on Passeig Jaume I, and immortalise your moment.

In Salou there are a thousand places to take unforgettable photographs. The viewpoints of Cap Salou, the beaches of the Salou coastline, the Jaume I promenade... If you share your photos, videos or reels during your trip to Salou in winter in 3 days, don't forget to tag us with the hashtag #visitsalou.

If you want to know more, we leave you more information about what to do in Salou in winter! We hope to see you soon.

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