Levante Beach in Salou known for its Catalan name Platja de Llevant, is an urban beach located in the center of the town. It is also the natural longest beach in the municipality, and borders the great promenade Jaime I that is 1200m long. The promenade is lined with palm trees, stores, terraces and restaurants that make this area ideal for walking or spending a great beach day, that is the reason why the occupancy during peak season is usually very high.
The beach has all kinds of services and facilities like showers, restaurants, water sports, rental of umbrellas and loungers, playground, wheelchair access, beach bars in the sand, and more. It is a fine sandy beach with little and shallow waves, perfect to enjoy with your family or group. For the quality of its water, cleanliness and all services offered, Levante beach is awarded the blue flag by the EU. Enjoy a lovely image 360º of Levante Beach here.
If you travel to Salou in middle or low season, you will find a beautiful beach, but if you travel in August and are someone who flees from the crowds, perhaps this beach is not yours; further south, towards neighboring Cambrils, and if you continue to the zone further north towards the Cape of Salou, you will find less crowded beaches.