Route of the viewpoints of Salou
23 spectacular viewpoints that make up a pleasant path to walk under the open and sunny sky of the Costa Daurada and, at the same time, with the intense blue Mediterranean. A path between sea and mountains, surrounded by forest mass and typical native vegetation, through which you will discover a charming Salou.
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Located between the beaches of Ponent and Llevant, you will find the Bocana viewpoint, which you can reach precisely from the second viewpoint that we are talking about: the Espigón del Muelle, an iconic point in Salou that presides over the Monument to the Fisherman.
Next, right at the beginning of the Camino de Ronda and at the eastern end of Levante beach, we find one of the best known and most special: Pilons. This point crowned with the spectacular sculpture by Antoni Rosselló offers you one of the best settings in our city to admire the most incredible sunsets, observing the Salou seafront.
With access from the street of Brussels or the Camino de Ronda itself, you can reach the Torre Nova viewpoint, which will give you unique views of more than 180º of Levante and Capellans.
Further east of our city, and either from the Camino de Ronda, a spectacular project built in several phases that becomes an example of sustainability in the heart of the Costa Daurada, as well as a paradise for city lovers healthy living and sports like trekking or running? or the street of Brussels, you will find the new viewpoint of Capellans, a space of immense beauty that will allow you to contemplate one of the most iconic beaches of Salou.
Continuing precisely along the Camino de Ronda, and just after Capellans, you will arrive at the Po Roig viewpoint, one of the most magical places in Cap Salou thanks to its almost 360º views and some stairs that will allow you to delve even deeper into the Mediterranean Sea..
Next, and after Cala Llenguadets, you will arrive at the Duna viewpoint, on Playa Larga, which will give you unique views of this natural area.
Next, and already in the heart of Cap Salou, you will arrive at the Punta Prima viewpoint, with spectacular views of the Penya Tallada cove and a unique natural environment.
If you continue along the Camino de Ronda, you will come across the Punta del Rescate viewpoint, located between the Vinya and Font coves.
Next, halfway between Cala Vinya and Cala Crancs, you should discover the Punta del Caballo viewpoint, one of those that allows you to be more in contact with nature.
On the way to the Lighthouse of Salou, and accessing the Cala Crancs street, you will arrive at the Cala Morisca viewpoint, recently built and which has allowed the recovery of a historic point of the city in a sustainable way that will give you some spectacular views. from Cala Crancs.
Just before arriving at the Faro de Salou, you can discover the viewpoint of Las Almas, a small viewpoint ideal to escape from routine, enjoy the natural environment or practice sports such as yoga.
And, once at the Far de Salou, you will fall in love with the Falconera viewpoint located at the end of the 300m wooden walkway that will take you to the lighthouse itself and the Faro viewpoint, where you will find a characteristic rose-shaped sculpture. dels Vents.
The route continues through one of the essential points, the Mar i Pins viewpoint, one of the most spectacular due to the greatness of the coastal stretch that it shows and that leads to a large beach of fine sand. It should be noted that this route runs through vestiges of the Civil War, such as bunkers and old trenches that give rise to the highest viewpoints of the route, the viewpoint of Las Trincheras and then the viewpoint of Tossa Alta.
We finish the final stretch with the Pla de la Estepa viewpoint that lives up to its name in the extensive steppe vegetation of the area, we continue towards the Kalipolis viewpoint, where we can enter the archaeological excavation of the town of Kalipolis . Afterwards, the path takes us to the La Pedrera viewpoint that runs along the top of the old La Pedrera blasting front , which has now been renovated and is protected from accidental falls.
Finally we arrive at the Rocabona viewpoint where the Pedrera de Cap Salou is born.
Source: Salou Tourist Board