Salou invites you to look at the Mediterranean Sea

As you know, the capital of Costa Daurada is a destination that loves the Mediterranean Sea. Discover the magic of this unique relation thanks to Salou’s viewpoints.

Right at the beginning of the Coastal Path, and what is the most eastern end of Llevant beach, you’ll find one of the most special and well-known viewpoints: Pilons. This spot ─in which we find the spectacular sculpture by Antoni Rosselló Til─ offers of the best scenes in our town to admire the most incredible sunsets, while watching Salou’s maritime façade.

Going east, whether it is following the Coastal Path ─a spectacular project built in various stages that is an example of sustainability in the heart of Costa Daurada─ or from Brussel·les street, you’ll find the new Capellans viewpoint, an incredibly beautiful spot that will allow you to see one of the most iconic beaches in Salou.

Following the Coastal Path, and just after Capellans, you’ll arrive to the Po Roig viewpoint, one of the most magic places in Cap Salou thanks to almost 360º views and some stairs that will allow you to go even further into the Mediterranean Sea.

Further on ─and between Cala Vinya and Cala Crancs coves─, you have to discover the Punta del Cavall viewpoint, one of the most surrounded by nature.

On your way to the Salou Lighthouse, and through Cala Crancs street, you’ll get to the Cala Morisca viewpoint, which was built just a few months ago ─and that has allowed us to recover a historical spot in our town in a sustainable way─ which will provide you with some stunning views of Cala Crancs.

Finally, make sure you don’t miss the Lighthouse viewpoint, as well as a beautiful wooden footbridge that will take you to the Lighthouse, a historical building from 1858.

Are you ready then to fall in love with Salou and the Mediterranean Sea?