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Salou is a stunning picturesque little gem situated on the Costa Dorada’s coast only 10 km from Tarragona.  With endless amounts of sun, shops, white sandy beaches, delicious restaurants, entertaining bars and fabulous hotels you will never want to go home. Salou is popular with many holiday makers and is growing in numbers every year. Cheap last minute deals to Salou and all inclusive Salou holidays are available with Abbey Travel.

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Salou is famous for being jam packed with fun for all ages. Enjoy fun filled holidays to Salou with Abbey Travel. From Europe’s most water parks to go karting, to laser tag, Salou has it all. Port Aventura is one of Europe’s most thrilling theme parks attracting over 4 million people a year; it is fun for all the family. 13 Rooms is an attraction offering laser tag, a 3D experience and labyrinth. Costa Caribe Aquatic Park is Port Aventura’s amazing water park with thrilling slides and a lazy river. In nearby Tarragona are many museums and ancient history.  So book cheap Salou sun package holidays from Dublin, Ireland with Abbey Travel, we can’t be beaten.


Spanish is the official language, but English is widely understood in areas frequented by tourists. Catalan, Galician and Basque are spoken in the relevant areas.


Spain's official currency is the Euro (EUR). ATMs are widespread and are generally the cheapest and most convenient method of obtaining money.


The beaches in Salou can get very crowded in July and August, however quieter beaches and empty coves can be found nearby.


Holidaymakers looking for a good night out in Salou should try Christy's Irish Bar, 007 Bond, Double Scotch or Charlie Chaplin's. The nightlife is a bit quiet but Barcelona is under an hour away on the train and well worth a visit for an evening.


Salou's most recommended eateries include Capri y Creta, The Paddock, Portofino or The Waterfront. Eating out is relatively cheap and although many places cater to holidaymakers and British palates, there are also plenty of good Spanish and seafood restaurants.


Local time is GMT +1 (GMT +2 between the last Sunday in March and the Saturday before the last Sunday in October). The Canary Islands: GMT (GMT +1 in summer).

This massive theme park, based on Busch Gardens in Florida, attracts holidaymakers from far afield to its five worlds (Far West, Mediterránia, Mexico, China and Polynesia). Visitors can be at the Great Wall of China one minute and at the ruins of Mayan Mexico the next, and meet some cowboys for a taste of the Far West before cooling off by jumping into the great lake from the summit of the Tutuki Splash volcano. Popular attractions include the Sea Odyssey underwater adventure, the Stampida roller coaster ride and the Grand Canyon Rapids water ride.

The Costa Dorada's main city, Tarragona, has almost doubled in size during the last few decades, its residential districts continually expanding around the medieval core. Tarragona, originally built on a rocky bluff, can trace its roots back to 218 BC, when it was founded by the ancient Romans as a legionnaires military base. Vestiges of its past still remain in the form of ruins of the Roman amphitheatre, aqueduct, forum and other buildings sited on the Paseo Arqueologico (Archaeological Avenue), which leads to some panoramic viewpoints. A wide boulevard called the Rambla Nova represents the modern main street outside the old city walls. A popular outing for visitors is to explore the old harbour, known as El Serrallo, to watch the fishing boats arrive and auction their catch. The city also sports some excellent beaches on its doorstep, including Playa Llarga, regarded as one of the biggest and best on the Catalonian coast. Among the many museums is an archaeological museum devoted to Roman antiquities; the Diocesan Museum displaying Gothic paintings, sculptures and tapestries; and a house museum detailing the life and career of renowned cellist, Pablo Casals.

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