Contemplating the Costa Daurada from the skies
Last September I carried out several nautical activities in the Nautical Station of Sant Carles de la Ràpita. After an intense day in which I tried Wakeboarding, Paddle Surfing for the first time and tried to control the flight of the Kite Surf kite - before making an instructive visit to the Món Natura of the Ebro Delta -, we took a neighborhood that left us in the train station of Salou.
This Catalan town of great tourist fame began to feel the arrival of the calmest rhythm of life typical of mid-September.
We arrived at our hotel, took a shower and, after a quick dinner, went for a walk around the nightlife area of Salou.
It had been a very complete day in which we left Alicante by train at about 8 in the morning and we had not stopped a minute with the scheduled activities. In addition, the average age of people who were hanging around the nightclubs should not exceed twenty, so, after having a drink on a terrace, we decided to end the night to be able to cope with the Sunday day that awaited us.
The magnificent facilities of the Salou Yacht Club
Jordi Rom met us in the Salou Nautical Station About 10 in the morning.
We talked a little about the offer of products they have and the activities we were going to enjoy. Although we were only going to try the parasailing and the driving a small draft vessel, the Salou Nautical Station It proposes an extensive catalog of activities, including some as original as: spending a day as a fishing boat crew, renting all types of boats, diving courses or fishing for giant tuna (also being able to snorkel with bluefin tuna ).
We put on our swimsuits and left the backpack in the changing rooms of the magnificent facilities of the Salou Yacht Club to go directly to the beach.
There they waited for us to escort us to the speedboat in which we would carry out the first activity of the day: parasailing.
We put on life jackets and jumped on board. The morning was splendid and the speed of the boat lit the mood even more, already in itself runaway.
The little boat we drove