30 Jul 2019
«Relax on The Catalonia’s Beaches» – Tourism and summer holidays
THROUGHOUT THE LITORAL COASTLINE YOU CAN FIND DIFFERENT PROPOSALS OF ACTIVITIES TO BE DONE AT SEA.
Catalonia has a wide sea coastline with a varied tourist offer of sun and beach. From emblematic areas such as the Costa Brava to the differential proposal in the Ebro Delta. Singular beaches and spectacular nooks that stand out on the Costa Dorada, Costa de Barcelona or the Costa Brava, along with towns that, due to their tourist trajectory, have already acquired International fame like Salou, Sitges, Tossa de Mar, Cadaqués or Roses to name a few. On the same coast, an interesting offer of recreational, sports and leisure activities is also promoted, with multiple nautical stations where you can practice activities at sea.
The coast of Catalunya extends, in the northern zone, from Cape Falcó, (in the Natural Park of Cap de Creus) to the south, on the Sènia river bank, and is 580 km long.
There are 4.2 km of golden sandy beaches only 10 minutes away from the city centre.
Mainly stresses the beach of Barceloneta. Is the first of the Barcelona beaches and can therefore get quite busy during the summer months.
All of Barcelona beaches are clean and well maintained. The sea water is clear and just right for taking a swim.
The entire Barcelona metropolitan area, which includes towns near Barcelona, has 32 km of beaches in total stretching from Montgat north of Barcelona to Castelldefels south of the airport. The Costa Barcelona welcomes 9 million bathers a year. So if you want nicer, bigger and a bit tidier beaches, then check out the many beaches outside Barcelona – or book a Barcelona beach tour to Costa Brava beaches outside Barcelona
From the north to south coast of Barcelona city itself there are 9 beaches, which get over 3.5 million visits a year making them one of Barcelona’s top attractions. The beaches are crowded in the summer and particularly at the weekend, so get there early to find the best spots. In recent years the Barcelona city council has improved services on the beaches with extra waste bins, more than 200 people cleaning the beaches daily, and special beach police patrols to keep the beaches safe. There are around 60-65 Red Cross lifeguards with 2 boats always on duty during the main beach season in Barcelona.
The Costa Brava is a 160 kilometer stretch of beautiful, rugged coastline in the region of Catalonia in the North East corner of Spain. Natural beauty, endless miles of sandy beaches and summer sunshine. You’ll find modern, international tourist resorts with high-rise hotels alongside unspoilt fishing villages, sheltered rocky coves and medieval towns with ancient castles.
The fact that almost one third of the Costa Brava and the Girona Pyrenees is a natural protected area should give you a good idea of what you’ll find there: eight spectacularly contrasting natural parks, with just a few kilometres separating the snow-capped Pyrenean peaks from the Mediterranean’s most charming beaches and coves.
The Costa Dorada or Costa Daurada (The Golden Coast) The color of gold – soft, warm and bright – is predominant along the marine littoral in the southern part of Catalonia and has rightly given it the name of Costa Dorada (Golden Coast). The 20 towns that make up the Costa Dorada cover a marine littoral 216 kilometers long, 786 hectares of spacious beaches with clean fine sand and transparent shallow water. Between the sea and the mountain range there are wide areas filled with peaceful towns and farmlands, where vineyards, olive groves, carobs, hazel trees and almond trees grow, and occasionally even vegetable gardens. There are plenty of things to do on the beach besides swim. Windsurfing and kite surfing are popular. You can also enjoy a refreshing drink from one of the many beach huts. Or, if you’re in need of a rest, just lie down and soak up the warmth of the Spanish sun with a good book
Sun and Beach Tourism
Beach, Sand and Sun…
Catalonia is the ideal destination for your family. On the Costa Brava you’ll find beaches with deeper water and rocky coves. On the Barcelona coast there are broader beaches with all kinds of services. And if you head for the Costa you can enjoy the long, fine sandy beaches and where, no matter how far out you walk, the water hardly reaches your neck, ideal for the little ones.
The wide beach area that offers the coast of Catalunya, next to “Barceloneta“, one of the most popular beaches in Barcelona, highlight other options …..
The spectacular rocky cliffs of the cape of Creus give rise, on occasions, to beautiful sandy beaches such as the Jòncols cove. This cove is about…
Cala dels Frares
The Els Frares cove is at the foot of a small cliff over which the En Plaja Castle emerges. It is a very rocky beach and it is ideal for diving ….
The beautiful and popular Montgó cove is located between the towns of Torroella de Montgrí and L´Escala.The beach is 180 metres long and fifty wid…
At almost one and a half kilometres long, this is the largest beach in Calella. It is located opposite the town centre and has all kinds of services. The sand has medium-sized grains and access to the sea is quite steep.
Platja de Malgrat Centre
La playa principal de Malgrat de Mar tiene 900 metros de arena gruesa y una entrada en el mar bastante gradual. Situada a continuación de la riera de Sant Genís de Palafolls, se extiende hasta el inicio del camino de La Pomereda.
Cala Morisca is in the middle of the Barcelona coast, on the foot of one of the cliffs that the C-31 borders, better known as the ”Coastal road”, that…
On the edge of the Sant Salvador beach, in the El Vendrell municipality, we find the Calafell beach.
Prat d’En Fores i Regueral
Beach located at the end of the Regueral ravine. It is comprised of a mixture of fine and coarse sand and the access to the sea is relatively smooth. There are numerous services including sports equipment and a children’s play area.
Of all the beaches in the Ebro Delta Nature Reserve, La Marquesa is one of the most appreciated ones.
The Trabucador beach is a 6.5 kilometre tail that enters the sea up to the point of Banya, right in the middle of the Ebro Delta Nature Reserve
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