The end of August brings, as usual, a unique opportunity to discover the historical past of Salou: from 5 to 8 September, see you in the 24th King Jaume I Festival!
Thus, and over 4 days, Salou will get ready to commemorate the departure of King Jaume I’s troops towards Majorca in 1229.
So, what is the capital of Costa Daurada offering then? Of course, the Medieval Market ─due in the Old Town’s streets and Plaza Bonet square─ will become one of the main attractions, with a selection of handmade products, food, festive events…
The Medieval Camp ─near Salou’s Local Market─ and the Children’s Area ─in the Local Library’s gardens─ are 2 of the spots you can’t miss either.
Finally, and in order to be part of our town’s history, don’t miss the Departure of King Jaume I’s entourage ─due on Saturday 7 September as of 7pm─, which will end with a great performance of all the animation groups and a fire show in Llevant beach. Oh, and don’t forget the Jaume I Horseball Tournament due on Sunday 8 September!
See you then on an exciting journey to the past of Salou?