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We came here on Wednesday as we fancied a chilled out day after sightseeing the day before! The beach is clean and the water was warm after the initial chill factor! Bits of debris in the water but no worse than anywhere else in Spain....More
We got to the beach at 10.30am on a Thursday and it was already busy with people sunbathing and swimming in the sea. Further down there were sunbeds and parasols for hire. Along the walkway there are plenty of people jogging, cycling or playing table...More
This is a better option among the multiple Barcelona beaches which is easily accessible by public transport - the sand is nice, the beach is relatively clean and the water is pleasant. I was safe because I always carried my valuables with me in a...More
We were here three times. Half an hour was the way to the beach from Barcelo Sants Hotel, by public transport. (Thats OK.) The beach is clean and calm. The water was clean. There is no tumult on the beach.
Toilet and shower are in...More
Pay attention in this beach, you may find it crowded and placed in the center, but you could be victim of vandalism and theft. We left the car in the parking in front of the beach just nearby a well frequented restaurant "Can fisher", after...More
We decided to spend the afternoon here instead of at Barceloneta Beach. The beach was wonderful-clean, safe and relaxing. We rented chairs and an umbrella for 30 euros for the day and it was worth it. An afternoon well spent.
This beach is packed, dirty and disgusting. After 5pm turns into a party.
The ajuntament (city council) should patrol the beach and fine people for dropping rubbish and cigarette butts.
Also stop the annoying people selling drinks to you every 3 minutes. Opposite of relaxing.
The futuristic Agbar Tower stands out from Barcelona's skyline in Poblenou. It is no coincidence then that this area of town is the newly crowned technological park of the city, its own mini Silicon Valley containing a tech incubator (Barcelona Activa) as well as a host of local and international high tech companies. To accommodate the onrush of new residents and workers, the area of Poblenou has seen a surge of
activity in new high-rise residential buildings and two top-notch shopping centres catering to everyone's need. The ambiance of this area is calmer than the city center and the beautifully relaxing Bogatell Beach, popular with locals, is just a handful of blocks away.