Sunbathing between visiting Gaudi and eating tapas

Everyone knows that visit Barcelona includes lots of fun; this city has something in the air, in its traditional food and of course in the sun and beaches situated along of the Barcelona coast. Even if you come just to see a gorgeous Gaudi’s “child” famous as Sagrada Familia, couldn’t you resist taking a sunbath in one of the beaches in the middle of July, could you? That’s why today we talk about beaches of Barcelona and some activities you can do in your staying in the city.

Playa Barcelona

First of all be sure you can enjoy beaches of Barcelona almost all year round, normally the services are open from 15 of March till 15 of November and the high season from 30 of May till the end of September approximately. Barcelona has luck to have beaches too close to city center and with good connection via metro and bus. Beaches are one of the major attractions of Barcelona city, as for locals so visitors. You could find seven different and well equipped beaches with white sand, restaurant services and sport activities.

San Sebastán beach is the first one and the oldest one in Barcelona. And it means the traditional one of course what has like a consequence more services and access metro L4: Barceloneta. The following is Barceloneta beach, the famous one by tourists. Barceloneta disposes of three volleyball courts, ping-pong table, gym area and the beach center with a lot of special activities available during all year. Next one is quite a small beach Nova Icària considered like a tranquil beloved by families with children. Bogatell beach a bit bigger the previous and considered like a safety one. And finally Mar Bella and Nova Mar Bella beaches renewed for Olympic Games in 1992; Perhaps the beaches with more young people. Dispose children’s play area, space for skateboarding, volleyball courts, a nautical base and space for nudists. The nearest metro stations are: Selva de Mar y El Maresme,and Tram #4.

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