Car rental in Salou

Renting a car in Salou is a great option for those who want to turn a short vacation in Spain into a real adventure. You can drive to the mountains and enjoy a walk among forests, lakes, and refreshing waterfalls, visit authentic old villages and modern metropolises, drive along panoramic roads with stunning sea views and spend the sunset on the shore by the cliffs. Car means freedom and comfort during your vacation.

5 reasons to book a car on our website

  
  1. Localrent offers cars from numerous rental companies. Here you can quickly and easily compare available options and book the one that suits you best.
  2. The pricing system is transparent and simple on our website. No hidden fees or surcharges.
  3. Only a small advance payment of 15-20% is required for the booking. You pay the remainder (main part of the amount) only after you inspect the car.
  4. The basic insurance is already included in the price.
  5. Our customer service team is ready to help with any query.

How long is best to rent a car in Salou

If you've never been to this part of Spain and want to fully enjoy the bright patchwork of Catalan cities and natural beauty, you should rent a car for the entire vacation. And rest assured, every day will be filled with new and exciting experiences. 

And if you've chosen Salou to spend your relaxed vacation mostly on the beach with only a short trip for a change, you should rent the car for 2 or 3 days. 

Required documents to rent a car

  • ID or passport;
  • Driver’s license;
  • Bank card.

You must be over 22 years of age and have driving experience of more than 2 years.

Ideal car for your vacation in Salou

A well-developed road network and excellent infrastructure make it easy to travel along the coast by a car of any class, including economy cars. Choose an economy car, if you want to save on fuel and don’t need a lot of space. 

A mid-size car is ideal for 3-4 people.

The best option for a trip to the mountains is an SUV.

If you're travelling in a large group and your hobbies are similar, rent a minivan.

To experience the charm and grace of the Spanish coast and enjoy the feeling of successful life, rent a convertible.

Traffic regulations

Spain has standard speed limits: 

  • 50 km/h within towns;
  • 90 km/h outside towns;
  • 100 km/h on expressways; 
  • 120 km/h on toll roads.

Using a mobile phone without a hands-free system is prohibited.

Seat belts must be worn by all car occupants.

Parking in Salou

Parking lots are paid in the downtown. They are marked by a sign and blue marking on the pavement. You pay at a parking meter. Most paid car parks have free hours. Usually at night and on Sundays. 

Free parking lots are marked with white marking.

You can't park near the yellow lines.

Where you can go by a rental car

Golden beaches of Salou are some of the best beached on the Costa Dorada. And you will find the one that works best for you among them. A wide strip of sand or a secluded cove with rocks and pine trees — you choose! The most popular beaches are Llevant and Ponent. They are equipped not only for swimming, but also for kiteboarding and windsurfing. There’s an esplanade nearby with restaurants and cafes. The only downside is that it can be overcrowded in high season. If you prefer more secluded beaches, you can go there by car. 

Around Salou, there are great spots for walks and photo sessions, e.g. Punta del Cavall with magnificent sunsets and the Far de Cap Salou lighthouse. 

Fishing enthusiasts should go to Cambrils where they can get tackle, fishing, and even lunch for a small fee. 

You can take a day trip by car to Reus, take photos of the streets with “Spain's finest” Art Nouveau. This city is an architectural masterpiece. Visit the Gaudi Museum and taste fine vermouth. Unless you are the driver, then you will have to take a bottle with you. 

Tarragona is a short drive away, with a very fancy Old Town, the Coliseum, and plenty of shopping centres and restaurants. 

And, of course, you should visit Barcelona, one of the most beautiful port cities in the world.

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