Salou viewpoints route
As you know, the capital of the Costa Dorada is a destination that loves the Mediterranean Sea. Discover the magic of this unique relationship thanks to the viewpoints of Salou.
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Located between the beaches of Ponent and Llevant, you will find the La Bocana viewpoint, which you can reach, precisely, from the second viewpoint we are talking about: the Espigó del Moll, an iconic point of Salou that presides over the Monument to the Fisherman.
Next, just at the beginning of the Camino de Ronda, and at the eastern end of Llevant beach, we find one of the best known and most special: Pilons. This point? Crowned by a spectacular sculpture by Antoni Rosselló Til? It offers you one of the best settings in our city to admire the most incredible sunsets, while you observe the seafront of Salou.
With access from Carrer de Brussel·les or the Camino de Ronda itself, you can reach the Torre Nova viewpoint, which will give you unique views of more than 180º of Llevant and Capellans.
Further east of our city, and either from the Camino de Ronda? A spectacular project built in several phases that is an example of sustainability in the heart of the Costa Daurada, as well as a paradise for lovers of healthy life and sports like trekking or running? or Carrer de Brussel·les, you will find the new Capellans viewpoint, a space of immense beauty that will allow you to contemplate one of the most iconic beaches in Salou.
Continuing precisely along the Camino de Ronda, and just after Capellans, you will arrive at, one of the most magical places in Cap Salou thanks to its almost 360º views and some stairs that will allow you to go even further towards the Mediterranean Sea.
Then, and after Cala Llenguadets, you will arrive at the La Duna viewpoint, on Llarga beach, which will give you unique views of this natural space.
Then, and 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 find the Punta del Rescat viewpoint, located between the Vinya and Font coves.
Then? Halfway between Cala Vinya and Cala Crancs?, you have to discover the viewpoint of Punta del Cavall, one of those that allows you to be more in contact with nature.
On the way to the Salou Lighthouse, and accessing the street of Cala Crancs, you will arrive at the viewpoint of Cala Morisca, recently built? And that has allowed the recovery of a historic point of the city in a sustainable way? that will give you spectacular views of Cala Crancs.
Just before arriving at the Salou Lighthouse, you can discover the Las Ànimes viewpoint, a small viewpoint ideal to escape from routine, enjoy the natural environment or practice sports such as yoga.
And, already in the heart of the Salou Lighthouse, 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 viewpoint of the Lighthouse, where you will find a characteristic sculpture in the shape of the Rose of the Winds.
Source: Tourist Board of Salou
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