On the eastern end of Llevant beach, in Colón street, you’ll find one of the most charismatic spots in Salou: Pilons, a true icon of our town.
Known as “Pilons” due to the fishing past of the capital of Costa Daurada ─literally, “bollard” where fishing boats were moored─, todays it is one of the most popular meeting points in Salou. Plus, and since 1998, it hosts a spectacular monument by Antoni Rosselló Til that symbolises a sail resting towards the wind.
Pilons also marks the beginning ─or end─ of the Coastal Path thanks to a stunning wooden walkway built as a sustainable project that respects the original setting. As you know, the Coastal Path is a truly amazing 6.5km journey of Salou’s coastal recuperation that will allow you to discover our 9 beaches, the various viewpoints and some of the most beautiful spots in our town.
And you like food, you have to visit Pilons, where you’ll find a great number of restaurants specialised in great cuisine: local, seafood, international…
Oh, and don’t forget Pilons is one of the best places in Salou to enjoy some of the most magical sunsets in Costa Daurada!