Barcelona ‘s Beaches

Barcelona possesses a privileged coastline, most of which is occupied by the city’s beaches. Covering a stretch of over 4.5 Km, the beches of Barcelona form the the city’s largest space for recreation.


10 minutes walk from the Hotel Duquesa de Cardona Barcelona. Approximately 1100 m long, together with the Sant Sebastià beach, Barceloneta is one of the biggest in Barcelona, and it is also one of the oldest and most traditional beach in the city.
Bus: 10-14-17-36-39-40-45-57-59-64-71-929157
Metro: Line 4, Barceloneta , Ciutadella
Tram: Ciutadella-Via Olímpica

Sant Sebastià

Together with Barceloneta, it is the oldest and most traditional, with sporting clubs of great relevance in the city for their sea-related activities. Sant Sebastià is also one of the longests stretches of beach, measuring approximately 1100 m.
Bus:  17-39-40-45-57-59-64-157
Metro: Line 4 – Barceloneta
20 m walk from the Hotel Duquesa de Cardona

Nova Icària

Nova Icària Beach is 400 m long and is situated in the centre of the city’s coastline.
Bus : 10-14-36-41-71-92
Metro: Linea 4 – Ciutadella and Bogatell
Tram: Ciutadella- Vila Olímpica

Mar Bella
Is one of the beaches that came into existence after the urban redevelopment of the coastal area as part of the 1992 Barcelonan Olympic Games preparations
Bus: 36-71-141
Metro: Linea 4- Selva de Mar
Tram: T4-Selva de Mar-Poble Nou

Bogatell is approximately 600 m long and is one of the beaches that was revitalised when the Barcelona seafront was restored during the 1990s
Bus: 6-36-41-92-141
Metro: Linea 4 – Poblenou , Llacuna

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