Thanks to its 1.200 metres in length ─just alongside Passeig Jaume I─ and its location ─between Capellans and Ponent beach─, Llevant beach in Salou offers you some of the best experiences in our town: water sports, beach volley or football, gastronomy and cocktails in the best beach bars ─day and night─, and the quality of the facilities that, once again, have been awarded with both the Blue Flag and the Q for Quality of Services.
Plus, the most eastern end of Llevant marks the beginning of the Coastal Path, with a spectacular wooden walkway that seems to float over the Mediterranean and that surrounds the Pilons viewpoint, a place where you’ll find a monument by Antoni Rosselló Til that looks like a large sail.
On the other end, you’ll find the Espigó del Moll, a unique viewpoint that will provide you with stunning views of Llevant beach, as well as hosting the Monument to the Fisherman, a tribute to the past of Salou.
And if you visit this spectacular beach, you’ll also get to enjoy every Passeig Jaume I has to offer: the Modernist Villas, the Fountains, the Monument to Jaume I, the best sports facilities, the Salou landmark, restaurants, shops… and don’t forget the cycle lane, a unique journey that will take you from Llevant to Ponent!
Ready to enjoy the magic of Llevant beach then?