Salou lighthouse has little to do with the image we all have in our head of what a lighthouse should look like. It's in Cap Salou and is formed by a quadrangular structure on which stands a small tower that indicates to sailors by light it's position. 150 years have already passed, so it's a venerable old man that continues to guide boaters, albeit marred by urban disasters prevailing around.
One of the buildings that attracts the most attention in Salou is the Casa Bonet, in the plaza of the same name, near to the Paseo Jaime I. It was designed by the architect Domènech i Sugrañes Gras and Art Nouveau, with many details that attract attention. These details can only be seen from the outside, acces is not permitted as it is private property, but it is still well worth a visit.