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H Top Hotels Molinos Park Salou Costa Dourada Swimming Pool
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The main swimming pool.

The Molinos Park Hotel is surrounded by pine trees in Cap Salou and is located in an elevated position commanding wonderful views across the Mediterranean and the resort of Salou. The hotel is situated close to the beach and has plenty of shops, bars and restaurants near the Universal's Studios Port Aventura. The sandy beach on the Costa Daurada is only at 10 minutes a walk distance. Hotel is 20 minutes transfer time from the Reus airport. Salou is one of the most touristic towns in Spain.

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