Holiday Apartments in Salou
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What our Salou guests say
It was clean.
The kitchen was good equiped.
So beautiful as in the internet.
I recommend for everybody.
Stayed 16—22 Aug 2015 in:
Apartamento Con Piscina Y Vistas...
The apartment was confortable and clean. Resturants and shops are 5 mins walk away from the apartment. The host is very generous and friendly. We had a happy ti
Stayed 14—27 Sep 2014 in:
Df18 Sa Apartamentos Pere Iii
Just arrived home from a week staying here. This is a very central location in Salou not far from the beach, restaurants and there is a fantastic supermarket j
Stayed 4—11 Aug 2014 in:
Apart. 2/8 Pers, 100 Mts Mar, Ce...
Wery good flat, not far from plaja (7-10 min)
Stayed 12 Jun—2 Jul 2014 in:
Appt 100m2 , 3 Chambres, Interne...
Accommodation in Salou - Travel Guide
The tourist capital of Spain’s Costa Dorada, Salou is famed for its gorgeous beaches and exceptional Mediterranean climate. Attracting over two million visitors each year, tourists flock to Salou to soak up the sun, sand and sea. There’s more to this resort than its beaches though. Stroll along picturesque Salou Promenade, play a spot of golf at Lumine Golf Club, see an exhibition at Torre Vella or soak in the history of the Church of Santa María del Mar. For a great day out for kids and big kids alike, Port Aventura is home to a fantastic range of rollercoasters, slides and other rides. If the call of that gorgeous golden sand is just too much, though, pull up a patch at popular Llevant Beach. If you’re after a little more space, try one of Salou’s seven other main beaches, including Platja de Ponent, Platja dels Capellans, Platja Llarga and Cala Crancs. If all that sea air has worked up an appetite, find a Spanish restaurant and tuck into local specialties including rossejat (fish soup) and suquet (fish stew.) If you choose self-catering Salou accommodation, you can save on dining out by stocking up on groceries at a local supermarket, or fresh produce from the Via Roma street market each Monday.
When to go to Salou
Whilst predominantly a spring and summer destination, the Costa Dorada’s gorgeous Mediterranean climate means a Salou holiday is lovely at any time of year.
Getting to and around Salou
Most tourists arrive in Salou via flights to nearby Reus International Airport. Once in Salou, it’s easy to explore on foot, while other transport options include buses and taxis.
Where to stay in Salou
When choosing accommodation in Salou, villas and apartments are great value, spacious alternatives to more touristy hotels. HouseTrip offers a number of self catering Salou accommodation options, ranging from large villas suitable for groups of friends and families to compact apartments ideal for friends. Whatever your needs, you’re sure to find the perfect Salou accommodation with HouseTrip.
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