Five coves in Salou not to be missed
Salou stands out for its more than 25 urban and wild beaches and coves with fine sand and crystal-clear waters, for its mild and stable weather all year round and for its endless options for the whole family.
In this blog article, we explain the five coves in Salou that you should never miss when you come here.
The first of these is Llenguadets cove, perfect for spending a quiet day without straying far from Salou’s Jaume I promenade. In fact, it is one of the first stops that form part of the Coastal Path.
Penya Tallada cove is another must, a cove of spectacular beauty, natural and wild.
Cala Font is one of the coves with the calmest waters in Salou. In fact, its crystal clear waters allow you to see the seabed and go snorkelling with the family. The best thing is that you can get there by following the Coastal Path.
Right next to Cala Font is Cala Vinya, a small but beautiful cove where you can spend the day surrounded by nature.
Cala Crancs is a cove of fine golden sand and has a large space to enjoy Salou in peace and quiet. It also has a mooring area where you can practise water sports.
One of its main attractions is the Cala Morisca viewpoint, right next to it. Salou is full of impressive viewpoints.
Salou hides many more coves and beaches, some of them totally unknown.
Are you coming to find them and enjoy them?