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Tourist train of Salou

itinerary, schedule and prices
The Salou tourist train offers two different circular routes

Salou. Costa Dorada. 28 September 2020.
The service will end on September 28, 2020 until next season 2021

A different way to get to know Salou and its main places of interest is the tourist train. It offers two routes that allow you to discover the most beautiful and emblematic corners, such as the Monument to the Pescador, the Far of Salou of 1858 or the church of Santa Maria del Mar, of the XVIII century. In addition, the train arrives until PortAventura World. Prices and times are as indicated below for 2020.

The route can be started at any of the marked stops, and can be done all the way around until you reach the stop where you have climbed. The tourist train of Line 1 (yellow) has a frequency of approximately every 40 minutes. From this date the tour passes through Masia Catalana, the Par de Salou, PortAventura World, Europa Square, Miramar, Venus Square, Port, Jaume I, Pilons and reaches the Llenguadets cove.

In sping and summer, the route can be started at any of the signposted stops, and you can do all the way back to the stop where you have climbed. The tourist train of Line 1 (yellow) has a frequency of passage every approximately 40 minutes, while Line 2 (green) has a frequency of approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes in the morning, and approximately 40 minutes in the afternoon.

To know the specific timetables in the different stops, consult the attached pdf document.


The prices of the tourist train of Salou in 2020 are the following:

  • Adults (+14 years to 65 years): 6 euros 
  • Children (3 to 14 years): 4 euros
  • Senior (+65 years): 4 euros 
  • Persons with disabilities (+ 33%, presenting certificate): 4 euros. No electric scooters
  • Groups of people with disabilities: 2.5 euros per person. Every 10 people with disabilities, 1 free monitor
  • Family ticket (2 adults and 1 child): 15 euros. Each extra child is + 3 euros
All tickets can be purchased directly on the tourist train, and include audio guides for children and adults in 5 languages ​​(Catalan, Spanish, English, French and Russian).


The tourist train of Salou is changing its schedules according to the time of the year. The detailed schedule can be found in the enclosed pdf document and a map of the route.

Security measures

The following security measures are recommended:
  • Minimum distance of 1.5m at stops
  • Mandatory use of a mask on the tourist train
  • Recommended payment by card
  • Occupancy of 2 people per row on the trains (except the last two reserved for family use, disabled or vulnerable people who need to be accompanied)
A spectacular tour:

Line 1 has stops at Masía Catalana, a construction originally conceived in 1974 and which today welcomes, among others, the craft market during the summer months. Nearby is the Parc de la Ciutat, a natural area. The next stop is at PortAventura World.

The tourist train of Salou allows you to discover also the majesty of the Modern Masías of Paseo Jaume I, or the church of Santa María del Mar, dating from the XVIII century. Nearby we see the building of the Capitania (1820), one of the main buildings of the Port of Salou. Finally, and in the main artery of the city, you can admire the monument of the Fisherman - Ramon Ferran's work - as well as the Ornamental Fountains, an authentic spectacle of water, light and color. And the monument to Jaume I, tribute to the Catalan monarch who sailed from Salou in the thirteenth century towards the conquest of Mallorca.

Line 2 arrives to the Faro de Salou, near the coves of Salou. Among other stops you will pass through Plaza Europa, Salou's nerve center; Pilons - work by Antoni Roselló - one of the symbols of the city and a tribute to the fishermen of Salou. This point marks the beginning of the Camino de Ronda, until Replanells, where you will find the next stop of the trip.

Happy trip with the tourist train and enjoy Salou!

Tags: tourist train, trenet, salou, costa dorada, peak season, portaventura
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