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Calella

Overview

Calella is a small, sunny town on the Costa Maresme and a great pick for relaxing holidays. Just 50 km north of Barcelona, this buzzing seaside resort is located between the coastlines of the Costa Dorada and Costa Brava. Calella is well-connected by air, with Barcelona and Girona its nearest airports. Its picturesque old quarter nestles close to three Blue Flag golden, sandy beaches and a bustling town centre. The town has a relaxed, friendly atmosphere with countless seafront bars, restaurants and clubs and an authentic feel, making holidays in Calella even more memorable.

 

With balmy weather from early spring to November, the resort is popular with those in the know wanting to escape grey skies! Calella holidays can be as adventurous or chilled as you like – the 3km stretch of powder-soft sands are spotlessly clean and offer the perfect opportunity for beachcombers to top up their tan or indulge in almost every watersport imaginable, including parasailing and water skiing. Those travelling with kids won’t run out of things to do in Calella as the resort is in proximity to a number of theme parks and water parks, including Marineland, Port Aventura and Water World.

 

A short drive from Calella are the vibrant cities of Barcelona and Girona, which make great day trips if you want to indulge in a little city shopping and sightseeing. When you’re feeling peckish, try out the waterfront restaurants and cocktail bars, which offer mouth-watering Catalan cuisine. Nightlife in Calella includes everything from enjoying cocktails at laid-back tapas bars to partying until dawn at vibrant night clubs.

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Places to go and things to do in Calella

The Grand Golden Coastline

The Grand Golden Coastline

Calella’s three beaches blend into one 3-kilometre expanse – Garbi, Les Roques and Gran Playa. These beaches are beautiful and a popular choice with holidaymakers during the summer. Their Blue Flag status means the bustling vibe doesn’t come at the expense of clean sands and clear waters. The main beach, Gran Playa, is known for its volleyball scene and great choice of watersports.

Explore the Old Town

Evenings are the best time to explore the old town’s beautiful streets and plazas. There are lovely cafés where you can enjoy the sunset while sipping on a cocktail. There is also a large pedestrianised shopping area that makes souvenir hunting a pleasure.

Time for a Drink

Calella has a sparkling nightlife with something for everyone. If you're looking for relaxed evenings then head straight to the beach cafés and restaurants, but for those looking for a livelier night on the town you'll find discos and clubs, too. During the summer there are many Spanish fiestas to enjoy.

Family friendly Sands

The golden sandy beaches are best for families but there are numerous coves and smaller strips which are great for cooling off at when you're wandering around the towns. When the sun’s beating down, the calm green oasis of Parc Dalmau is the perfect place to chill out for a couple of hours or enjoy a picnic. There’s also a play area to keep little holidaymakers happy as their folks take a well-earned break.

Places to go and things to do in Calella

The Grand Golden Coastline

The Grand Golden Coastline


Calella’s three beaches blend into one 3-kilometre expanse – Garbi, Les Roques and Gran Playa. These beaches are beautiful and a popular choice with holidaymakers during the summer. Their Blue Flag status means the bustling vibe doesn’t come at the expense of clean sands and clear waters. The main beach, Gran Playa, is known for its volleyball scene and great choice of watersports.

Read More
Explore the Old Town

Explore the Old Town


Evenings are the best time to explore the old town’s beautiful streets and plazas. There are lovely cafés where you can enjoy the sunset while sipping on a cocktail. There is also a large pedestrianised shopping area that makes souvenir hunting a pleasure.

Read More
Time for a Drink

Time for a Drink


Calella has a sparkling nightlife with something for everyone. If you're looking for relaxed evenings then head straight to the beach cafés and restaurants, but for those looking for a livelier night on the town you'll find discos and clubs, too. During the summer there are many Spanish fiestas to enjoy.

Read More
Family friendly Sands

Family friendly Sands


The golden sandy beaches are best for families but there are numerous coves and smaller strips which are great for cooling off at when you're wandering around the towns. When the sun’s beating down, the calm green oasis of Parc Dalmau is the perfect place to chill out for a couple of hours or enjoy a picnic. There’s also a play area to keep little holidaymakers happy as their folks take a well-earned break.

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