A clear blue sea... a white and empty stripe of sand... a coconut tree... that's Salou.
Excuse - me, I was reading a brochure, but reality is... almost that:
The clear blue sea is somewhat greenish but OK.
The white sand is brown.
The coconut tree is palm tree.
To empty the stripe of sand I just have to invite out the 20 or 30 thousand people sharing it.
"Tax collector"! "Tax collector!"
Well, I'd better get some space to bath:
"Shark! Shark! Jellyfish!"
Salou has some of the finest beaches around. Showers provided.as . you leave the beach.. Bathing or sun bathing carried on by many.
Salou Has really nice weather and the Beach is really clean and plenty of room to chill out on. Close to places to eat and ice cream shops.
Salou has a lovely sandy beach, which can get very crowded at peak times. To the side there are some spectacular mountains.
This walkway runs inbetween the main street of Salou and the beach. It's a lovely walk, as there are palm trees either side, and a fountain at the end which is lit up at night.
Salou isn't that big a town really. There's only a couple of main roads going through it, lots of little roads connect. This road runs parallel with the beach.
Salou has one of the best sandy beaches of Spain.The only thing is that it sometimes can become a bit to crowded.