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The most famous building in the city is, of course, Casa Bonet or the House of Bonet (on Bonet Square). The construction of the house was paid by a local resident of Siriak Bonet. This late-modernist building in the park was designed by a pupil and assistant of Gaudi Domenech Supranes. The building is decorated with frescoes and mosaic panels. The house of Bonet can be seen not only from the outside, but also admire its unusual interiors (but not every day, but on certain days and hours). Around the House of Boneth is a luxurious garden with flower beds. There are unusual, inlaid pieces of pottery, a sundial. The territory is surrounded by a colorful fence.
The tower was built in 1530. Like many similar defensive structures on the Mediterranean coast, the Old Tower was erected to protect the local population during the raids of the enemy. Now the tower has been restored. Today it is a cultural center and one of the most famous sights of Salou . This is the place of many exhibitions. In addition, in the evening in the tower from 18 to 20 hours free for visitors to the Museum of Enamel. Around the tower is a well-groomed area, where you can relax and admire the beautiful evening illumination of this ancient building. The tower is next to the railway station.
The Ornamental Fountains were inaugurated in 2007 and cross the Paseo Jaume I, from the Fuente Luminosa to the Fuente Cibernética. The set consists of 1,000 jets and guisers. The Cybernetic Fountain is located near the Port and the Breakwater Pier, just in front of the Tourist Board of Salou. In 1973, the Fuent Luminosa de Salou -the work of the engineer Carles Buïgas- was inaugurated with an exceptional engineering of the time and which for many years became a characteristic element and an emblematic point of attraction of the municipality. Located on Paseo Jaume I – Plaza de Francesc Germà – it has a program of up to 210 combinations and 100 pumps. At dusk, and depending on the season, you can enjoy a fantastic show of water, light and music. Address: Plaça Francesc Germà Show schedules 2017 From the week before Easter to June 30: Fridays, Saturdays, vigils and holidays: 22.30h From July 1 to September 10: Every day: 23h From September 11 to November 1: Fridays, Saturdays, vigils and holidays: 22h
The architectural complex of La Masia Catalana was created in 1974 as a theme park – a monument of rural life and the life of the Catalans. Initially, it was planned to devote the estate to Christmas traditions by arranging here a large-scale analogue of “whitewash” – a Christmas decoration depicting the baby Jesus in the stable with the Virgin, the donkey, the magi and so on. Today in La Masia Catalana, visitors can see traditional objects of utensils and get acquainted with the daily affairs of rural residents of Catalonia. Going to many buildings of the estate, built in the traditional way from the clipped stones, you can see the genre expositions with inventory, vegetables and fruits from your own garden and real domestic animals and birds. For children on the territory there is a playground. After the last reconstruction, a market of handicraft products was opened in the territory, which operates in the summer. There are about thirty shops in which you can buy souvenirs, jewelry, ceramics, handmade soaps and candles made from natural materials. Especially bright and attractive, the Catalan farmstead becomes during the Catholic Christmas: there is a fair with fun, treats and “live pictures”.
The most famous of the city’s fountains is the glowing fountain. The project was created by the famous Spanish architect, author of the Barcelona Magical Fountain – Carles Bouigas. The fountain was built in 1973 in the central square of Salou . The shades of the backlight, controlled by a special program, change every fifteen minutes. The jets of the fountain are whimsically crossed and merge. In the program of fountain control 210 different variants of light solutions are incorporated. Light show can be seen in the evening, in high season – daily.
On the boulevard of Jaime I there is another interesting fountain – the “Labyrinto de agua” in the form of a labyrinth or a spiral, beautifully highlighted in the dark. The fountain is a few circles of water in which lumens can form, and then you can run into these gaps. It is desirable so to run to the center of the labyrinth and back, so as not to wet clothes. Opening Hours: in summer on weekdays until 22:30, at weekends – until 23:00
Puerto Marina in Benalmadena is the most amazing seaport and residential complex in Europe. The port, which has 110 berths for yachts up to 6 meters long and combines elements of Indian, Arab and Andalusian architecture, was twice recognized as the best port in the world. The buildings of the residential complex, located on several artificial bulk islands, also have a unique design. This seaport in Benalmadena is rightfully considered one of the busiest and most visited places in the city. During the day, you can walk around the port, visit the Sea Life aquarium, shop shopping and take part in water sports such as sailing, scuba diving, kayaking, boating and water skiing. In the port there is also an excellent sandy beach awarded with the “Blue Flag” for excellent service and clean waters. There is also a large selection of bars and restaurants offering delicious dishes. One of the popular attractions on the pier is the restored American wheeled steamer Mississippi Willow, which is a floating restaurant and bar. During the day, you can make a fascinating cruise around the bay on the boat, and in the evening, holiday-makers expect cheerful and incendiary parties here. In addition, with the […]
Once the port in Los Cristianos had an important commercial significance. Today, this is a busy place where fishing boats are more of an entourage. Boats and ferries regularly board the harbor, which transport tourists along with rented cars to the neighboring islands of the archipelago (for example, to the island of Homer). Here you can rent a cruise yacht, buy a ticket for a sightseeing boat with a glass bottom, take a look at the crabs sunbathing on the rocks and simply dine at one of the local restaurants specializing in seafood. At night, the harbor lights up, cafe and bars keep alive music, flamenco rhythms sound, and guests are entertained by animators.
This place is called “Canary Venice ”, as the tunnels connecting the harbor with the fishing port are made in the manner of canals. Their sidewalks are full of numerous bars and restaurants, and all the houses in the town are not higher than two floors – in the end you get an insanely cozy landscape. On Fridays, a market operates in Puerto de Mogan, for which tourists and locals from all over the island come to the town. Basically, everything is bought with fresh fish.
Port Vell is part of the Barcelona port and is literally translated from Catalan as an old harbor. He significantly changed his appearance, falling under the city program to upgrade the city to the Olympic Games-1992. Before that, it was a seedy district of empty warehouses and half-ruined factories. Today Port Vell is one of the most attractive and visited pedestrian areas in the city, as well as a place from where you can go by ferry for a boat trip along the coast. There is also a small harbor with expensive yachts, a huge shopping center Maremagnum, the largest Aquarium in Europe and the spacious pedestrian alley Rambla del Mar. The number of albatrosses and gulls in the port is impressive. For the entertainment of tourists there is a beautiful frigate. As they say, it is quite afloat and can go to sea. For tourists the most interesting part of the port is the north-east. Here is the World Trade Center, and you can go for a walk.
Sevilla-Santa Justa or simply Santa Justa is the main railway station of the Spanish city of Seville . It was inaugurated on May 2, 1991 after works that began in 1987.1 Its opening involved the closing of the historic stations of Plaza de Armas and San Bernardo. It is the third station in Spain, after the Madrid -Atocha and Barcelona Sants with a passenger volume close to 13 million annually of which about 7 million correspond to commuter traffic. Its long and medium distance routes, using both the conventional network and the high-speed network connect Seville with national destinations, especially Madrid, Barcelona and the rest of Andalusia, since June 2012 it has destinations with direct trains to Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla. It concentrates the greater commuter traffic of the city when all the lines of the network converge in it.