Want to know about the best beaches around Barcelona? BSC. Travel tells you which towns are worth looking at, thinking about the autumn vacation on the beach.
The Costa del Meresme is a Spanish stretch of the Mediterranean coast that is not as well-developed as the Costa del Sol or Costa Dorada. Here, in the outskirts of Barcelona (only half an hour drive), there are no grandiose attractions, placer bars, noisy discos. But there are clean beaches, baroque churches, Roman aqueducts and pine groves. And the prices for rest at local resorts are the most sparing in the country.
Beaches of Calella
Calella is a calm, pretty town in the vicinity of Barcelona. This is the best option for those who want big cities prefer the provincial beach serenity. The main attraction of Calella is a long coastline with large golden sand. On the surrounding beaches, tourists entertain themselves free of charge every day: show movies, play with children, conduct aerobics classes or yoga. It is good to have a rest with children - playgrounds are everywhere, there is a big shady park, and to Barcelona, if you want to see world-famous sights, regular trains run.
Beaches of Santa Susanna
Susanna is a city of medieval towers, numerous chapels, cool green parks. The coastline of the resort takes almost three kilometers. Along it stretch the narrow golden beaches of exceptional purity. They are full of life all year round: there are bars, restaurants, football and volleyball courts, water sports centers, children's mini-clubs. The embankment of this neighborhood of Barcelona is suitable for leisurely evening walks and stretches to the neighboring town of Malgrat de Mar. If you want an active holiday - keep a course on the reserve Montnegre, where you can ride a horse, donkey or a bicycle. On the northern side of Santa Susanna, the hills are thickly covered with pine forests. There are medicinal mineral springs El-Boter and El-Werder.
Beaches of Mataro
2000-year-old Mataro - the capital of the resort region of Costa de Meresme in the vicinity of Barca. The city is beautiful and compact: on one side it is washed by the sea, on the other - it is closed by a mountain ridge. There are many green areas for recreation, and shopaholics are waiting for a fascinating journey through all sorts of markets, shops, shopping centers. Mataro remembers the times of the Roman Empire. It is no accident that tourists crowd in the crowds of the ruins of the ancient Roman villa Torre Lyauda, which survived well from the first century BC: you can even consider mosaic floor drawings and wander along the fortress wall. In Mataro, there is a fairly large port, noisy city beaches with white sand and small pebbles, several curious museums.