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PortAventura World should definitely be on your list of things to do during your holiday in Salou. This park is super original, like nothing you’ve ever seen before! You have the main park that takes you on an adventure via travelling across 6 different themes (Far West, China, Mexico, Polinesia, Mediterranea and also Sesame Street!) and then there’s Ferrariland (you can guess what that’s about) and Costa Caribe, a super colourful and family-friendly water park.
If you’re travelling with kids, we suggest you visit Port Halley in the evening, a shopping centre opposite PortAventura where there’s a bowling alley and a cinema that plays movies in English once a week.
Ask for instructions to Calle Zaragoza, a pedestrian road full of shops. It’s great to visit in the evening after dinner. There’s also a little funfair, great for the kids and pubs and restaurants. Head to Temple Bar or Danny Boy (both closeby) where there’s live music every evening!
If you want to step away from the hustle and bustle of Salou in the evening, try going to Vila-Seca, a little town which is not touristy at all, so you can enjoy a quiet dinner out.
Rent bicycles (most hotels offer this service) and go to Cambrils! Salou’s promenade has a bike lane that connects with Cambrils. A nice activity to do with your couple or family once the sun sets (don’t cycle all the way there during hot Summer days!). Cambrils is super picturesque, especially in the evening when all the bars and restaurants along the harbour light up. There’s an ice cream parlour called Sirvent that serves what we believe are the best ice creams in Costa Dorada.