Discover Salou - A magical waterfront walk for all ages
It is essential to walk the Salou Coastal Path - Camino de Ronda if you love healthy outdoor activities, you want to know the beaches and coves of Salou in a different way and you like to photograph incredible places and landscapes.
Historically, the Camino de Ronda followed the entire coastline and were used for sea surveillance of the fishermen and the smugglers. Today, these pathways have been renovated entirely to make them accessible to everyone. Thanks to this, you can enjoy the great natural beaches and coves of Cap Salou, some historical buildings and some amazing views of the beaches and coves of Salou.
Due to its location, Cap Salou is a fantastic place to observe (with binoculars) different species of migrating birds. You may catch a glimpse of shearwaters, jaegers, gannets, puffins, razorbills, loons, and other different migrating birds, such as common sea ducks and velvet scoters. Different species of gulls can also be spotted, including the Andouin’s gull, which is quite abundant and easy to see during spring and autumn.
The 6,5 km long Coastal Path follows the coastline heading South from the Pilons, past Capellans Beach, the Cala Llenguadets Cove on to the lighthouse in Cap Salou. The last section takes you along Llarga Beach, a natural beach, far from the hustle and bustle.
The path reaches a maximum height above sea level of 77 metres, with sections that are a slightly difficult, although the pathways can be done by everyone.