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.
Metro: Line 4, Barceloneta , Ciutadella
Tram: Ciutadella-Via Olímpica
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.
Metro: Line 4 – Barceloneta
20 m walk from the Hotel Duquesa de Cardona
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
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
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
Metro: Linea 4 – Poblenou , Llacuna