Beaches

Whether you are a couple, alone or in a group, if you want peace and quiet, emotion or just a relaxing time with the sound of waves, you will find your beach at Calella.
Come and enjoy an amazing location, a place where sea and mountains meet. If you come with your family and friends, the Playa Grande and Playa de Garbi are your best choice with beach bars and services suitable for you throughout the beach, including sports facilities and lifeguards, a mini-club for children, entertainment activities, ease of access and parking.
If you want to enjoy the peace and quiet of small coves and beaches, Playa de las Rocas has an exclusive environment surrounded by rocks. It is a magnificent cove with clear water where you can enjoy a good meal on the beach.

Playa de Garbí

In front of the hotel area, it is bordered by a nice street of the same name. In 2004, it was awarded with the Quality ‘Q’ by the ICTE (Spanish Tourism Quality Institute) and with the Blue Flag Beach award yearly since 1994, ensuring clean water and quality services for all.

Services

  • Police and surveillance services next to the Paseo de Manuel Puigvert
  • 2 beach football pitches
  • 5 beach volleyball courts
  • 5 beach bars
  • Showers

Others

  • Quality “Q” by the Spanish Quality Tourism Institute
  • Blue Flag Beach in Europe
  • 814 m long and 72 m wide
  • Areas for beach football and beach volleyball
  • Beach bars with public toilets
  • Police and Surveillance Services
  • Cycle lane
  • Public utilities adapted for the disabled: showers, sinks, and amphibious chairs.

Playa Grande

The Paseo Manuel Puigvert, a place with cultural and entertainment events, runs parallel to the beach. Its location in the very centre of the city, and the large spaces in which you can enjoy the sun and sea, make this beach one of the most beautiful in the region.

Services

  • Parallel to Paseo de Manuel Puigvert
  • 2 beach football pitches
  • 9 beach volleyball courts
  • 6 beach bars
  • 1 restaurant
  • Showers

Others

  • Blue Flag Beach in Europe
  • 1500 m long and 25 m wide
  • Areas for beach football and beach volleyball.
  • Beach bars with public toilets.
  • Police and Surveillance Services
  • Public utilities adapted for the disabled: showers, sinks, and amphibious chairs.

Playa de las Rocas

South of the city centre, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, these small coves with clean and transparent waters surrounded by pine trees and cliffs, invite you to swim and relaxat at any time of day.

Services

  • Local Police and Surveillance Services. Area of natural interest
  • Near the lighthouse and “las Torretas”t
  • Nudist areast
  • Wall climbingt
  • 1 restaurantt
  • Showerst

Others

  • Beach with coves of great natural beauty with four bays popularly called: Rocapins, la Vinyeta, Cala d’en Pere (nudist) and Roca Grossa.t
  • 750 m long and 25 m widet
  • Naturist areat
  • Wall climbingt
  • 1 restaurant-bart