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What is Cap Salou like in September?

The first weekend in September is commemorated every year, King Jaume I of Aragon embarked on a new adventure to conquer Majorca from the military port of Salou, a celebration with a decidedly medieval flare. From the market to the performances depicting historical recreations, the King Jaume I of Aragon Festival is a true homage to their ancestors’ epic deed in the Middle Ages.
The last weekend of September The Classic Car Club of Salou organize the meeting classic Rally Costa Daurada. A distance of about 30 kilometres from Salou, Vila-Seca La Pineda, Cambrils and return to Salou .

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What is there to see and do around Cap Salou?

There is lots to see and do but some of the most popular attractions are Port Aventura (theme park and water park) and the Paseo Maritimo.

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Where can I find the best beaches in Cap Salou?

Cap Salou has quiet, picturesque coves, but the most popular beaches are Llevant and Ponent just along the coast at Salou. Both are superb – wide stretches of sand with plenty of tourist facilities including lifeguards, toilets and watersports.

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Where can I buy good wine in Cap Salou?

Visit Via Roma, 26 SALOU. Its open from 10:00 to 14:00 and from 17:00 to 20:00 and closes on Sundays. Or visit www.vinotecasalou.com

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Can I play golf in Cap Salou?

There are many ways of relaxing. That’s why you’ll find them all here. Walking in extensive pine woods, bathing in sand pools, strolling pleasantly on the beach or finishing off a round of golf by visiting the Lumine restaurant, where you’ll find it hard to choose from the most exquisite delicacies.