A great way of getting to know the town is by taking a seat on the Tourist train, and letting it take you all around the main points of interest in Salou. The kids will love the excitement of travelling through the town on the railway.
If you’re ready to expend some energy with an adventure, try the heights of Bosc Aventura, the treetop adventure park where the whole family can swing and climb through the trees. The centre opened in 2011 and has 8,000 square metres of activities for all ages, including a circuit suitable for children ages three and older. At Bosc Aventura you also have great fun at ground level, where you can have a go at paintball, or practise your skills on the climbing wall. Or if you're more into spectator sports, you can always just relax in the picnic area and watch everybody else running around.
If you love motor sports, get yourself to Electric Karting Salou, where you can zoom through an exciting and fun afternoon.
For your meal tonight and while you’re in town, you need only wander into Passeig de Jaume I or the old quarter. If you start from Carrer de Barcelona, all the streets around have plenty of restaurants and places to eat. You'll want to hang around to see the spectacular Fountain show on Passeig de Jaume I, full of light and sound (in autumn you can catch them on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, holidays and the night before a holiday, but from November 1 they take a break for a few months).