Malvinas Apartments is a landscaped complex on the Jaume I Promenade and Berlín Street in the residential-holiday zone favoured by those who enjoy Salou year after year. Overlooking the Llevant Beach, at the heart of the Jaume I Promenade, just 200 metres from the Illuminated Fountain and Els Acantilats, where you can see the beauty of the water in colour, stroll along the shores of the Mediterranean or sit and enjoy an incomparable sunset. The location of the Malvinas Apartments means that public transport, markets, pharmacies, restaurants and many other services are within a short walking distance.
You can enjoy the week of the Golden Nights festival that culminates on 15 August with a magnificent firework display on the seafront, one of the reasons Salou is known as the capital of the Costa Daurada.
The apartment is on the fifth floor (there is a lift) and has two double bedrooms, one with direct access to the balcony-terrace and in one of its closets you’ll find bed linen, towels, a tablecloth and serviettes. There is a full bathroom with a shower and the kitchen has a vitroceramic cooker, oven, washing machine, microwave oven, refrigerator, dishwasher, iron and ironing board. The lounge has a television, sofa, dining table and a large window opening onto the balcony-terrace with sea views. It has furniture so that you can enjoy a meal, read a book, have a coffee, etc. while enjoying the view in this spectacular setting.
Our reception is located outside the complex, in the same street as the entrance, some 25 metres away in the Novelty II Apartments at No. 11 Berlín Street, Premises 1. There you can hire parking spaces, safety deposit boxes, travel cots, etc.
Salou and its surrounding area offer a wide variety of day- and night-time leisure activities. You can take a magnificent seaside walk from the Cap Salou lighthouse to the far end of Cambrils, skirting the whole of the Gulf of Sant Jordi. Enjoy spacious beaches of fine, golden sand or small quiet coves and or take a yacht or catamaran trip. Choose from a wide selection of Mediterranean gastronomy and the wines and cavas of the region. And let’s not forget the water parks and PortAventura theme park, just a fifteen-minute walk away.
The Costa Daurada offers us its magnificent culture: the Roman past from Tarraco to Roda de Berà, Modernist architecture in the birthplace of the incomparable Antoni Gaudí, the traditional castellsor human towers, the King James I Festival in Salou and a wide range of concert seasons and performances throughout the year.