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Salou Holidays & Hotel

Hotels in Salou

With hundreds of accommodation options in Salou, visitors are spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing where to stay. Whether you’re after a resort or something a little more of a home-from-home, you’ll find it here. Accommodation is also available in a range of budgets from a cheap deal right through to luxury, making it easy to find something that doesn’t break the bank.

Located in the province of Tarragona, along Spain’s Costa Daurada, Salou boasts stunning beaches, theme parks, water sports and more. Whether you’re looking for some peaceful R&R or a thriving holiday destination, Salou has something for everyone.

Where to stay

Llevant Beach

The transport system in Salou is second-to-none, meaning that no matter which area you stay in, you’ll find it easy to get around all the main sights and attractions. Llevant Beach is an urban location close to the center of town and in close proximity to all the nightlife. Accommodation is primarily in the form of holiday apartments and budget hotels.

Port Aventura

Further inland is Port Aventura, which is popular for those wanting to focus their holiday around the Salou theme parks. There are a handful of resorts dotted around, and the beaches are just a 12-minute drive away.

Salou Old Town

Staying in the Old Town ensures you’re on top of virtually everything, from charming shops to the town’s many beaches. A lot of the holiday rentals around here are within older buildings, giving them a unique charm. Some even have added features such as a rooftop hot tub so that you can enjoy the views while you relax.

What to see

PortAventura is one of the main family attractions for holidaymakers in Salou. Owing to its popularity, the theme park now includes four hotels as well as a gigantic water park and adrenaline-pumping roller coasters. Ferrari Land is right next door, too, with Ferrari-themed rides, exhibitions and restaurants to suit kids both big and small.

Naturally, the Salou beaches are also a huge draw. With 14km of coastline, there are golden beaches and craggy rocks galore - Platja Llevant is the main beach and is particularly popular with families and groups of friends, but Platja Capellans and Platja Ponent are also worth a visit.

Those wanting to take a break from the beach and see the sights slightly further afield can head out on a day trip to Barcelona

Direct trains take you to the coastal city in under an hour and a half - be sure to visit Park Güell and the Sagrada Família, Gaudi’s famously unfinished church.


As one of the liveliest resorts in the Costa Doradu, Salou’s nightlife doesn’t disappoint. The area caters for young partiers and people looking for somewhere a little more refined, with clubs, bingo bars, discos and sports bars showing international matches. Much of the nightlife is centered in one place around Capellans beach, with the winding streets full of spots to keep your night in full swing. Expect to find local drinks and traditional sangria, as well as international alcoholic favourites.

What to eat

From international fast food favourites to traditional tapas restaurants, Salou almost has somewhere different to eat for every day in the year! There are a number of moderately priced places dedicated to serving up traditional British dishes too, making it a real home-from-home for your palate. If it’s fine dining you’re after, Salou has got that covered too - there are several high-end restaurants ready to take your taste buds on a culinary journey.


For the best local bargains on your holiday, head to Salou’s old town centre on a Monday for a rummage around the local flea market. Locals take to the streets with their wares, as varied as clothing, homemade crafts and little souvenirs. Other gift shops line the seafront, so you can easily pick up souvenirs to take home to friends and family in between bouts of sunbathing.

Local food and clothing shops are dotted around the old town’s side streets, but Port Halley is a one-stop shop for purchases and entertainment. As well as a large supermarket it’s got a cinema, restaurants and a bowling alley, making it easy to spend an entire day there.

Fast facts about Salou

  • Direct flight time: 2 hours from London
  • Transfer time from Reus Airport to Salou: 18 minutes
  • Time zone: GMT +1
  • Currency: Euro
  • Language: Spanish
  • Average price of a domestic beer: 2.20 euros
  • Average price of a bottle of wine: 5 euros



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Salou Reviews

4/10 Average

22 October 2013

Shoret stay in Salou

4/10 Average

12 October 2013

really good something for every1

The best thing about my stay was ...

theme parks

5/10 Average

08 October 2013

Great place

The best thing about my stay was ...

So much to do looking to come back with kids next year

2/10 Okay

08 October 2013

Salou, shops English and |Irish bars and McDonalds and Burger King

5/10 Average

06 October 2013

very clean and great stay

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4/10 Average

04 October 2013


The best thing about my stay was ...


5/10 Average

01 October 2013

Very nice resort, would go there again

The best thing about my stay was ...

Location, cleanliness, weather and a great atmosphere

4/10 Average

01 October 2013


4/10 Average

30 September 2013


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4/10 Average

27 September 2013

Lovely and quiet for families

The best thing about my stay was ...

Family friendly