Salou 7 Nights accessible Sea Holiday with Excursions

Immerse yourself in the Costa Daurada with this complete and accessible 8-day itinerary
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8 Days &
7 Nights
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Why you will love this trip

Get to know Salou and its surroundings, a Mediterranean delight located in the northwest of Spain. Join this wheelchair accessible eight-day itinerary through the most picturesque historic towns full of history with a private minivan transport.

Discover Reus, known for its modernist legacy, admire the natural beauty of the Delta National Park and explore Cistercian Route where you will learn about the amazing history behind the tombs of the kings that ruled the Crown of Aragon.

What's Included

Itinerary

Pick up at the airport with a private transport in a minivan with a ramp and tie-down system. Accommodation at the hotel on a full board basis.

Hotel with adapted swimming pool, entertainment and next to Llevant Beach, which is accessible and provides beach wheelchairs and assistance for bathing. 

 

The city of Reus was an important commercial hub during the Middle Ages, while we admire -from outside- notable buildings like the modernist architectural gem known as Casa Navàs. Also, we will see the impressive facade of the Prioral de Sant Pere, a late Gothic masterpiece dedicated to the patron saint of Reus. While we will walk through Reus we will discover its history, from the medieval legacy, the vestiges of the splendor of the 18th century, the noucentista past and up to the present day.

Our next stop will be the Plaça de Prim, one of the places of reference in the life of the city of Reus. Presided over by the equestrian statue of General Joan Prim i Prats, signed by Lluís Puiggener and which gives it its name, it occupies part of the space vacated by the Carmelite convent.

Afterwards, we will go to Carrer de Sant Joan, where we will see a number of elegant examples of modernist architecture such as Casa Rull, then we will see from outside the Bofarull Palace, a historic building that currently houses the headquarters of the Conservatory of Music.
 


 

Admire the natural beauty that surrounds it and keep your eyes open to spot all the Delta´s wildlife.

The first stop on the tour will be the Botanic Garden and the viewpoint El Mirador de la Fusta. The Casa de Fusta is one of the most distinctive elements of the Ebre Delta. It was built in the late 1920s by a group of hunters who were attracted by the variety and number of birds that inhabited this natural space. It is currently the interpretation center of the Ebre Delta Natural Park, located in the Encanyissada lagoon. Outside the Casa de Fusta there is a beautiful viewpoint with views of the Laguna de la Encanyissada, an ideal spot for bird watching.

Next you will discover the tower of Sant Juan. It’s a small set of ruins located in the northern part of Alfacs Bay. Then visit one of the most photographed wild beaches in Tarragona: El Trabucador, a 6km sandy stretch with a beautiful and unique landscape. Next we will take the Delta Boat ride, accessed through a ramp (No tie downs inside the boat but the ride is very stable due to the conditions at Delta) to admire amazing views from the lagoons.

At the end of the day, enjoy one of the most beautiful places in the Ebro Delta, Sant Carles de la Ràpita, where you can see its magnificent beaches, places of interest such as the Garbí Park.
 


 

Discover Montblanc, a beautiful walled town that is one of the must sees of the Cistercian Route, which links the monasteries of Poblet, Santes Creus and Vallbona de les Monges. Here, we will stroll through the streets and will see from outside the Church of Saint Mary of Montblanc, an impressive gothic church that was left incomplete due to the Black Death. Then, we will visit The Montblanc wall which was built in the 14th century, during the so-called “Guerra de los Pedros”. The 1,500-meter walled enclosure, made up of 34 battlement towers, of which only 17 remain today.

Afterwards, we will visit the Royal Monastery of Santa María de Poblet, which is surely the most representative monastery on the Route of the Royal Monasteries of Catalonia and constitutes a true historical and architectural jewel. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1992. Today, a community of more than thirty monks still lives at the Monastery on monastic life. Here we will have the opportunity to appreciate a varied architectural style such as Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque.
 


 

Visit the Walls of Tarragona, the oldest Roman monument in the Iberian Peninsula of those that are preserved outside of Italy. During the Archaeological Walk, the Archbishop’s Tower stands out, with notable medieval reforms, and the Minerva Tower, a Roman sculpture with the oldest inscription on the Iberian Peninsula.

Afterwards, we will stroll through the old city and visit the Roman Circus, a building where the horse and chariot races were located between the Via Augusta and the Provincial Forum. We will discover the central area of the Circus, in which there are remains of walls, stands, circus stones and other constructions that were built later.

Then, we will visit the Roman Amphitheater that completes the trilogy of Roman show buildings in Tarraco. Inside the amphitheater, gladiator fights with beasts were held, as well as public executions.
 


 

Free time to visit Salou, tourist and residential par excellence, the town stands as the capital of the Costa Daurada, with a leisure offer and unbeatable services. As for the places of interest, the Paseo de Jaume I stands out, with numerous buildings of interest throughout, and the spectacular ornamental fountains with light and sound shows on summer nights.

Visit the port of Salou, where you will find impressive historic houses from the mid-19th century facing the sea that are worth visiting to enjoy the modernist architecture.
 


 

Free time to enjoy the day at the Hotel, where you will have access to an adapted pool and activities. Also, enjoy the day visiting Llevant beach, which is accessible and has beach wheelchairs and bathroom assistance.

In the afternoon, take a walk along the Paseo de Jaume I or Paseo de Miramar, which stretches along the Poniente beach and leads you to Cambrils. Rest in the City Park and discover the natural area of Cabo de Salou.

End the day enjoying a delicious Mediterranean meal in a restaurant in the Port of Salou. 

 

Breakfast at the hotel. Pick up at the hotel with a private minivan to drop off at the airport.

Additional Info

The hotel is located in the tourist center of Salou, 400 meters from the beach. Currently, it has been completely renovated with a modern and functional design. In addition, the Hotel offers personalized service and optimal facilities, including the large outdoor pool on the ground floor, outdoor water area with glass-sided pool, Jacuzzi, turbo water jets, solarium and bar with chill out on the Summit terrace.

Restaurant-Buffet with Mediterranean cuisine and tastings. Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, conference room and optional garage subject to availability and price depending on the season.

All this together with the entertainment program, day and night, live music and various shows.

Cancellation policy: 5% fee if cancelling at any point, 30% fee if not cancelling at least 30 days prior the scheduled day of arrival, 60% fee if cancelling less than 48 hrs prior the scheduled day of arrival.

Notes: Given the highly changing situation in the cost of fuel, and the lack of minibus drivers in the Canary Islands, the rate remains subject to a 5% increase per person, in the event that our provider can verify and justify it, only if there is a significant change in prices compared to today.

Price From 890€/ person

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