Barcelona Beaches

Barcelona beaches are a must-visit destination for anyone who lives in or visits the city of Barcelona in Spain. From relaxing in the sun and sand to participating in intense water sports, Barcelona beaches offer everything that a visitor or local towns-person can easily enjoy. Keep in mind that the prime Barcelona beach season is usually between May 31 through September 28 annually.

  1. La Barceloneta beach is one of Barcelona's most popular areas. This is primarily because it stretches along the whole promenade, all the way up to the Olympic port. Located in the renowned old maritime neighborhood, it boasts all of the typical sun and sand services, with two regional town beaches at each end. Paseo Marítimo Beach is at the Olympic end and Puerto de Barcelona's San Sebastiá Beach. this Barcelona beach tends to be more festive than many, due to its popularity.
  2. Mar Bella Beach is a great destination for anyone wishing to participate in watersports of all kinds. From windsurfing and hobie cats to kayaks, people partaking in virtually any water hobby can be found here. The breakwater is divided by a scholl and windsurfing center. The park nearby offers refuge for picnics and siestas, with plentiful trees. This Barcelona beach also includes a designated nudist beach which is screened by bamboo and mostly frequented by younger folks.
  3. La Mar Bella Barcelona beach is located between the Nova Mar Bella and Bogatell beaches. The sports center nearby makes it a popular destination for many. Also good for windsurfing, the nearby Promenade stretches as far as the beach of La Barceloneta. Showers, restrooms, bars, lifeguards and disabled access can also be found. Teams of patrolling lifeguards and local police make visiting safe, especially for foreign visitors.
  4. Playa del Bogatell Barcelona beach is right at the edge of the Olympic Port. Because it is separated by two stone breakwaters, the lifeguard service, ramps, showers, bars, parking and restaurants have an exclusive feel to them. Rollerbladers, joggers and cyclists can be seen regularly on the main drag. An added bonus is that there is a quieter area before it connects with the Promenade until Sant Sebastiá Beach, located in the Barceloneta district.
  5. Barceloneta beach is considered the closest of Barcelona's beaches to the city. Because of this, it is easiest to get to from there by simply riding the yellow line metro. Handy for visitors, the beach is also walking distance from the city in around twenty minutes. Another thing that makes Barceloneta one of the most popular of Barcelona's beaches is its proximity to casual and fine dining restaurants, which cater to American food styles.
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