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Salou for Couples

Salou for Couples

Salou has many places, of breath-taking beauty next to the sea, that are ideal for couples. These are places to share magical moments and to live them intensely.

Five coves surrounded by pines and soft vegetation invite you to enjoy a peaceful and relaxing experience in a pristine and natural area where unforgettable moments will take place.

Also, the walkway is one of the most recent and spectacular gems of Salou. This pathway, almost 5.5km along the coast of the city, goes from the monument Pilons, in the northernmost part of the Llevant beach, up to Replanells in Cap Salou. At its highest point, it rises up to 77 metres above sea level and provides magnificent views over the Mediterranean Sea.

If you would like to share a romantic dinner with your partner, Salou has a cuisine that displays all the colours, aromas and flavours of Mediterranean gastronomy. With more than 200 restaurants offering the most select cuisine, both homemade by locals and signature cuisine, Salou is undoubtedly a paradise for lovers of good food.

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, copywriter, editor and proofreader for 50 years, and News & Features Editor for ‘Irish Travel Trade News’ for the past 40 years.

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