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The best sandy beach of Barcelona, a favourite place of young people and married couples. Here you can do sports or just relax on a comfortable sunbed.
The Barceloneta Beach is honored with the Blue flag award as it meets European standards of purity. The beach is never free of people by daytime, in the evenings lights here are always on, different bars and cafes are nearby and here are places to play volley-ball, tennis and football.
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Barceloneta Beach on the mapLocation: Passeig Marítim de la Barceloneta, 16, Barcelona
More places to visit in Barcelona
Such a museum would have had to appear in Barcelona, one of the most beautiful and erotic towns in the world that inspired many famous artists and cultural workers.9
Bunker del Carmel
The bunker was built during the war and quickly became useless, now it is stunning observation deck with excellent views of sunset.5
Block of Discord
Quarter, where you can find the most unusual buildings in Barcelona by the best Catalan architects, including the famous Gaudi.8
Seafront of Barcelona
The Columbus Monument, beautiful Mediterranean Sea and seagulls. Sea front in Barcelona is a perfect place for slow stroll.3
Located on the mountain of Montjuic, the village is a unique place in Barcelona, where you will see the most beautiful buildings of medieval Spain, made with the highest accuracy.9
Library of Masons
Library Arus is a gift to Barcelona from the famous journalist and patron of Freemasonry in Catalonia. It is public library - everyone can visit it.6
The Labyrinth Park Horta
The Labyrinth Park Horta is a model of garden art of the 18-19th centuries and true oasis away from the bubbling center of Barcelona as well.14
Monument stands on an area of Portal de la Pau, near the city's port, where Columbus' ships were moored after his discovery of the New World.9
Park decorated with the creative hand of the architect Gaudi, which gave the park the surrealistic motives till this days surprises with its beauty and originality.17
The youth quarter in Barcelona, mostly populated by the bohemian, every summer becomes a carnival and bright scenery place for the week.12
Magic Fountain of Montjuïc
Even the most sophisticated travellers are dazzled by the music and light shows of the Montjuïc futuristic fountain in Barcelona.5