Vacationing in Salou
This souvenir from Spain looks like something you can hang on your wall for decoration. Mainly because there is just so much contrast and the places presented seem quite vivid in a way. Such a life-like style of presenting these popular attractions are aided to a large extent by the different atmospheres that arise when utilizing a variety of colors, which is in turn accomplished by such things like using cool colors for vegetation and light colors for sunny and beach side sites. Salou is internationally known for its beaches where European spend their Winter vacations. If visiting Barcelona, Salou can fit your needs if feeling like spending a few days by the sea.
The Hidden Salou
Salou is as old as the ancient Greeks who controlled the area as the Romans did later. This port appears in the history of Spain as the departing site from which the kingdom of Majorca was created and the expedition to rescue Minorca from the Moors parted. One of Salou main attractions is the tower of Tore Vela which was built to protect the city from the pirates. Other monuments that record the history of this city are the Monument to Jaime I and the Fountains of the Font lluminosa. Salou has a long history of fishing which explains the erection of the Monument to the Fisherman located near downtown.
If you are a theater buff, you shouldn't miss the performances held at the Auditorium Theater of Salou where you will also have a chance to meet the locales as the site is a frequented by the community members. Also, Salou offers the traveler a diversity of festivals year round. Some of the most popular ones include the Cavalcade of the Three Kings, Festa de Sant Joan, Festa del Rei Jaume I and Festa de la Segregacio. The main thing this plate isn't is boring. There is just a diversity of substance in this travel souvenir that you can use this to share your experiences in Spain with your friends back home.