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Salou for Over 50s

Salou for Over 50s

The ideal combination of relaxation and activity is possible in Salou thanks to the varied offer. Sunrises and sunsets add something magical, giving a unique energy.

Visitors are fortunate to frequently enjoy such awe-inspiring moments. Sea, waves, long walks along the nine beaches, parks and lovely magical corners ensure unique experiences throughout the year.

Combining this scenario with physical activity is also possible thanks to the 170-hectare Lumine Golf Club, which offers three golf courses with 45 holes and two clubhouses. Each course offers a different experience for the player: the 18-hole Lakes course is situated in the countryside, around wetlands, while the nine-hole Ruins course runs between archaeological ruins. From the 18-hole Hills course golfers have a glimpse of quarries, pine groves and the sea. Lumine Golf Club has been awarded the Certified Gold Audubon International Signature Sanctuary for its sustainable environmental model and responsible water management.

Add a visit to the main cultural attractions of the city, a stroll through the shopping area and a good meal on the Salou seafront in one of the many restaurants, and you will undeniably enjoy an unforgettable holiday.

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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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