This is the most westerly of Barcelona’s beaches and is home to some of the city’s major sports clubs for their sea-related activities.
This is one of the most frequented spots along the Barcelona coastline and one of the oldest beaches in the city. It is named after a church, Sant Miquel del Port, built in 1755.
Lying between the Gas breakwater and Sant Miquel Beach, this is one of the most historic beaches in the city and is 422 metres long.
Somorrostro incarnates the recovery of our historical memory and it has become one of Barcelona’s emblematic beaches.
Considered to be one of the quietest beaches, Nova Icària is 415 metres long and at the heart of the Barcelona coastline.
Bogatell offers lots of possibilities for enjoying outdoor sport, with a range of leisure facilities along its 702 metres.
This beach was created as part of the coastal redevelopment for the 1992 Olympic Games and has a naturist area.
Nova Mar Bella is about 420 metres long and, like Mar Bella, was created when Barcelona reclaimed its seafront.
The last beach to become part of the city, in the summer of 2006. It is about 375 metres long and lies next to Nova Mar Bella. Throughout the summer season part of the beach will be set aside for dog owners and their pets.
A place for sunbathing or taking a dip; however, rather than sand you will find paved surfaces with steps offering direct access to the water.