Popular Lettings in Salou
Highlights in Salou
- Fantastic nightlife on the med
- Sunshine and beaches
- PortAventura theme park
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Salou
Salou has a thriving town centre, superb beaches and exceptional nightlife. If you don’t want to be in the thick of the all-night party scene, consider the gorgeous properties that are out of town, with the Capellans area being particularly beautiful. Flats overlooking the beaches, the pretty plazas and streets of the central area give you immediate access to all the facilities of this beautiful beach town.A room with a view
Most of Salou’s lettings in the town itself are flats, with balconies offering a perfect vista over the clear blue sea. You’ll find fabulous swimming pools set in cool and shady gardens, all close to the day and night-time action. Just a short way out of town, huge houses are available for large parties, surrounded by open spaces and well-kept grounds. Whether you’re travelling alone, as a couple, a family with kids or a large group, there’s holiday accommodation in Salou to suit you.
Holidays in Salou
The area and getting around
Salou is a Spanish beach resort town on the Balearic Coast in the north east of Spain. Although Salou doesn’t have its own airport, the nearby Reus airport is only ten minutes away by car. A compact beach resort town, the central area and promenade are just 5 minutes’ walk apart. Check out the tourist train which follows several routes through the important places around the town whilst giving a multi-lingual running commentary on the places of interest and history of the Salou.Salou has something for everyone
Although Salou is famous for its beaches and sunshine, there’s so much more to see and do here. Salou is a real party town, so if you seek all night fun, this is the place for you. Salou also offers a huge variety of sports – extreme or otherwise – and is a truly family friendly holiday destination. Truly a destination with something for everyone!
Travellers and activities
Salou has a well-deserved reputation for its rocking nightlife, and justly so. Start near the seafront at Koko Beach Club and sip a cocktail while the sun goes down. Well known for its tapas and cocktails, Koko will not disappoint. If you’re wanting a pint in a pub, head to the Butler for a British beer, and sports lovers should catch the match at Shooters Sports on Carrer de Murrillo, where you’ll find just about every televised sport available to watch whilst your chomp down on a delicious burger. For live acts and music, you can’t beat Chaplins on Calle Falset, with its superb shows and hedonistic party atmosphere.Salou for beach lovers
Salou is a former Spanish fishing town, now beloved for its truly lovely beaches. Wide, sandy ranges gently slope into crystal clear waters making them perfect for a family holiday. Beach Ponent runs parallel to Salou’s promenade, making it a popular spot for people with children due to its easy access to all the town’s amenities. If you’re looking for somewhere quieter, Platja Llarga is just outside of the town centre. Check out the beach hut in the middle of the beach. Its sells fabulous cocktails and the cocktails and its strawberry daiquiri comes highly recommended!
Salou is the site from where the powerful navy which conquered Menorca and Mallorca set off from the mainland!
Top 5 travel tips in Salou
PortAventura is a theme park offering three delicious days out. Enjoy 43 roller coasters and rides in the PortAventura Park itself, hit Ferrari Land, ‘The only park in Europe dedicated to the Italian motor racing team’, and then get wet in Caribe Aquatic park; water fun for all the family!2. Witness magical Illusions
The House of Illusion in Salou is a top-notch magic show featuring world-class illusions to amaze and astound the young and young at heart. Witness mind reading and sleight of hand wrapped up in humour and suspense.3. Early bird or night owl?
Salou’s coastal direction means that you’ll be astounded at its absolutely stunning sunrises and sunsets. Whichever end of the clock suits you, don’t miss at least one or the other!4. Four wheeled explorers
Take a quad bike out with a guided group, leaving from Salou and head off-road up the coast to see the sights most tourists can’t reach. Then return to Salou with unique photographs and treasured memories.5. Dig the exciting watersports
Salou’s safe waters are perfect for enjoying water skiing, windsurfing, paddle boarding and kayaking. Take lessons, or if you have the experience just hire the kit and off you go! Prefer to be underwater? Snorkelling and diving at Salou is wonderful, a beautiful way to spend a few delightful hours.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Salou
Based on our data, Salou has an average price of £125.73 per night, which is a relatively high one for a city in Spain.
If you want to make the most of your money, the most budget-friendly months to visit Salou are May (£94.91 the average price per night for accommodation), October (£95.7), and March (£102.03).
Following the data observed in 2019, the costs per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of August (£189.95), July (£173.9), and January (£135.6).
It is recommended that you book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Salou, as only 40% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.
The best months to find free accommodation in Salou are June (the average amount of properties that are available reached 64.6% of the total in 2019), July (59.75%), and May (55.75%).
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is December (only 19% of properties were available on average in 2019). Followed by January (21.75%), and August (24.4%).
In Salou we collaborate with 30 different providers to give you a choice of 2400 properties, so you will not be short of options!