The beaches of Salou are without doubt the resort's main attraction.
The fine, golden sand, the clear, shallow waters, the sheer beauty have captivated and are still captivating, persons from far and wide. The Salou coastline is varied. Wide expanses of golden sand blend
in with beachfront hotels and residences, while other, more intimate beaches are
sheltered by pine trees and pretty inlets and coves
More than a kilometre long, this beach joins up with that of the neighbouring resort of Cambrils. In the times when mixed bathing was not allowed, this was the "Ladies' Beach".
The longest in the resort, 1,200 metres, and the most popular. During the summer, an area is set aside for various sporting activities.
In the old days it was the "Men's Beach" and it is separated from the Ponent Beach by the port.
This attractive beach is 220 metres long and can be reached from
Brusel·les Street.
A small cove that can only be reached on foot from Tortosa Street.
A 600 metre-long beach bordered by pine trees. Best reached from Replanells Street, off the Salou - Tarragona coast road.
A small, unspoilt cove of great natural beauty, 125 metres long.
This beach gets its name from a freshwater spring that flowed permanently up until a few years ago.It is 70 metres long and can be reached from Les Dunes Street.
The easternmost of Salou's beaches and one of the most attractive. It is 50 metres long and can be reached by taking the Faro de Salou road and Pins de Cintet Street in the Urbanización Núria.
Our facilities have a wide range of services such as a lobby with Internet connexion, money machines, health and massage services, bar at the patio, restaurant with take-away service (a superb buffet every Wednesday), pizzeria, supermarket, entertainment centre, indoor movie theatre hosting 330 places...
South of Hospitalet de L'infant