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Over 4.5 kilometres long, the beaches provide one of Barcelona's most popular areas among residents and visitors alike. Especially in summer but during the rest of the year too, when they are full of people reading, doing some sport, out walking their dogs, listening to music or just contemplating the scene.
Every beach has its own distinctive features but they all have the same services and conveniences. There are restaurants, kiosks selling drinks and ice cream, parasol and deckchair hire, leisure and sports areas, public toilets and changing areas, clothes lockers, showers, drinking water fountains and public advice.
Beaches Barcelona
SANT SEBASTIÀ BEACH Barcelona
This runs from the breakwater to the harbour, along Carrer de l'Almirall Cervera, and is 1,100 metres long.
Transport: Bus: 14,16,17,39,40,45,51,57,59,64,157. Metro: Line 4 (yellow) Barceloneta Services: Parasol hire - Deckchair hire
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BARCELONETA BEACH Barcelona
runs from Carrer de l’Almirall Cervera to the Port Olímpic and is also 1,100 metres long.
This beach is located in Barcelona's most marine neighbourhood, where there are loads of restaurants you can usually eat fish and seafood dishes at.
There is also the Beach Centre, which provides information on beaches, attends to beach users and organises educational activities on sport, culture and sustainability on the seafront. Transport: Bus: 14, 16, 17, 36, 39, 40, 45, 51, 57, 59, 64. Metro: Line 4 - Barceloneta and Ciutadella
Tram: Ciutadella - Vila Olímpica Bike lane. Services: Parasol hire - Deckchair hire
Bike hire – Children's toy points – Table tennis table – Gym 

NOVA ICÀRIA BEACH Barcelona
Goes from Port Olímpic to the Bogatell breakwater and is 400 metres long. This beach has a relaxed atmosphere and is a haunts of Barcelona families. 
Transport: Bus: 6, 36, 41, 92 i 141 Metro: Line 4 - Ciutadella and Bogatell Tram: T4 - Ciutadella - Vila Olímpica

BOGATELL BEACH Barcelona
Stretches from the Bogatell breakwater to the Ferrolane breakwater, which means it is 600 metres long.
This beach was created during the Barcelona Olympic Games in 1992, when Barcelona reclaimed its seafront.
Transport: Bus: 6, 36, 41, 92 i 141. Metro: Line 4 - Poblenou and Llacuna Tram: T4 - Ciutadella - Vila Olímpica

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NOVA MAR BELLA BEACH Barcelona
Goes from the Bac de Roda breakwater to the Prim jetty and is 420 metres long. This beach was also created during the redevelopment of the seafront for the 1992 Olympic Games. Transport: Bus: 36, 43 i 141 Metro: Line 4 - Selva de Mar and El Maresme Tram: T4 - Selva de Mar i El Maresme

MAR BELLA BEACH Barcelona
Goes from the Ferrolane breakwater to the Bac de Roda breakwater and is 500 metres long, of which 180 form a nudist beach, which is signposted.
Regular beach goers here tend to be very young.  Transport: Bus: 36, 71 i 141. Metro. Line 4 - Selva de Mar Tram:(T4), Selva de Mar.

LLEVANT BEACH Barcelona
Goes from the Prim jetty to the future marine zoo breakwater. It is 380 metres long.

FÒRUM BEACH Barcelona
Designed by the architect Beth Galí, this represents a new beach concept, where there is no sand and the sea is shallow, with regulated areas. It has a total surface area of 7,000 m² and covers 250 metres of coastline.

Services: First aid point. Adapted toilets. Changing areas. Terrace restaurant service. Adapted access for people with disabilities.

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.Barcelona’s warm, pleasant climate means that the locals spend a lot of time outdoors. The city’s location on the shores of the Mediterranean brings pleasant temperatures, allowing Barcelona to enjoy its 5km of perfectly equipped beaches all the year round, and a superb Olympic Marina which is ideal for lovers of water sports.
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Rainfall, which is occasionally heavy, averages 1,000 mm a year. This weather makes it possible to maintain the many green areas around Barcelona. 

Living with year-round sunshine makes it possible to have pleasant weather and to enjoy the city to the full: you can eat at open-air restaurants at any time of the year or enjoy a drink at one of its many pavement cafés, with the Mediterranean as its outstanding backdrop.

Barcelona nightlife
Razzmatazz - Found off the Marina station, this club has it all, and ist the undisputed best Barcelona has to offer. Consisting of several rooms, each one plays a different style of music (pop, retro, house, trance). This club is the pinnacle of Barcelona nightlife, loved by both the visitors AND the Catalans. 15 euros will get you in with a free drink. It's worth paying an entry fee. Saturdays at 2 AM is the absolute best time to go, and worth the 5 minute and 1/4 mile line to get in. Closes at 6 AM 
  Sutton - Located on Diagonal, this club hosts Studio 54 on Thursdays. If you like House or Techno music this is a must. Open until the metro starts back up, Sutton has a very large dance floor with two VIP rooms. It also has a small stage where multiple go-go dancers perform throughout the night.
  Catwalk. One of the most popular nightclubs in the city, with the peak time around 2AM. They offer 2 different floors with R&B and hip-hop styles mixed with House or Techno.
  Chupitos, are located in several locations through out the city, including one in Barceloneta. Chupitos is Spanish for "shots" and offers hundreds of unique shots including the "Harry Potter" (a shot that sparks as cinnamon is sprinkled over it), and "Monica Lewinsky" (a variety of flaming shots) amongst others. As much a show as it is a place to get a drink, it's a fun night out.
  Maumau A chilled out lounge bar with groovy tunes that uses its space to host short film nights, installations and concerts. Their webpage is worth a look for upcoming events and shows in Barcelona.
  Cafè Milans. Probably one of the most dynamic bars of the Gothic Area. Dj sessions, live exhibitions, art, and cocktails...
  La Paloma, Tigre 27 (M. Sant Antoni), Thu, Sat 10PM-5AM; Fri 2:30AM-5AM. A very popular night club. Crowded in late nights, packed with young and beautiful people (La Paloma is currently closed. It's not known when the club will open its doors again) entrance €5-15.
  Shoko,. Designed by a Feng Shui expert, Shoko serves you good karma all night. Depending on the night, the dj usually spins House or Hip Hop tunes.
  London Bar, London Bar is basically a pub, but a pub that has been open since 1910 and used to be frequented by the likes of Dali, Picasso and Hemingway. The atmosphere is lively and friendly, it’s a great place to just pop into and the prices aren’t that bad, bottle beer 3 euros and a spirit + mixer at 6 euros. There is also absinthe for the foolhardy!
  La Concha, La Concha, located off Carrer Nou de la Rambla on Carrer de Guàrdia, is a bohemian hole in the wall hookah bar. It boasts a moroccan gay bar feel, but with a lively, mixed crowd of friendly 20 and 30 somethings drinking cocktails and smoking shisha. Definitely not "tourist-y", and in a neighborhood that requires attention late at night, but friendly and fun for the traveler looking for a little local adventure.
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Barcelona International Airport
  Barcelona International Airport (IATA: BCN, ICAO: LEBL), also known as El Prat, is a major transport hub and fields flights from all over Europe and beyond.
  Terminals: There are now two terminals, T1 and T2, the latter with A, B, and C subdivisions. T1 and T2 are linked by a bus shuttle (every 6 to 8 minutes, travel time 10 minutes).
  T1 has opened in June 2009 and hosts Spanair and a variety of major international airlines (e.g. SAS, TAP, Lufthansa, Austrian).
  Sectors A, B and C of T2 are all within fairly easy walking distance of each other. T2 B is used by some Spanish carriers (Iberia, Air Europa, Vueling) and their partners (eg members of Oneworld alliance for Iberia). T2 C is smallest and used for all domestic flights, including the Puente Aereo (Air shuttle) to Madrid. T2 A is used for all other flights except those now departing from the new T1.
  Please be aware that you can check in for your flight only at the respective terminal T1 or T2, and since they are miles apart and there is little information available at the train station and bus stops, it will be good advice to know where to go before arriving at the airport. AENA provides information about the allocation of airlines to terminals.
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Transfer to/from the airport: The airport is only about 10 km away from the city center. Airport transfers can be arranged for groups, taxis are available but expensive (€20-30 to the city center). A cheaper and often faster option is the half-hourly RENFE C-2 suburban train line calling at Sants (20 minutes, but up to 40 minutes if slow or late), Passeig de Gràcia (25 minutes) and El Clot in the city center. Please be advised that this airport train has changed, and no longer terminates at Estació de França (it now goes through the center of Barcelona and into the suburbs, so it is important to know at which station you should get off). The train terminates next to T2, with a connecting green colored bus service to T1 (plan for an extra 15 minutes of travel). The drawback of arriving at T2 by train is that you should overcome several flights of stairs--think twice if with huge luggage, a stroller or a wheelchair. A single ticket is about €1.40, but you can also use the T-10 ticket (€7.85 for ten trips, including all bus and metro transfers made within 75 minutes) instead. You can buy a T-10 from the ticket vending machine at the airport station.
  Also bus 46 runs from both terminals (downstairs at T1) to Magic Fountains (1 hour)
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Alternatively, the Aerobús A1 line stops at T1 and between T2A and B and travels along Gran Via to Plaça Catalunya. Buses depart every 6-9 minutes, the published journey time is 35 minutes (although can take considerably longer during rush hour) and costs €5 one-way. Buses are heavily air-conditioned in summer: have something extra to wear during the journey. Aerobuses stop running at midnight, but you can catch a Nit Bus night bus service instead (Nit Bus N17, between 22.00 and 05.00. The ride from Plaza Cataluña to Airport El Prat takes about 40 minutes).
  Duty-free shops. Open from 6/6:30AM to 9:30PM (few to 10PM). Shops are numerous and some are hard to find elsewhere in the city. After security check, most shops are before the passport control; only one or two are afterwards.
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Tax-free shopping refund. Office closes at 10PM without compromises. After that time checks can be processed only by mail: complete your tax-free forms with your passport data and addresses, stamp them with the custom office (a window next to arrivals gate door; they don't ask to see your purchases); put them into envelope you were given in the shop--and wait for several months.
  Cafes, pre-security check. Limited options, sub-standard fare. Food at Ars is awful and not cheap. Pans & Company have almost no hot meals.
  Cafes, post-security check. Numerous options, all close something between 10PM and 11PM.
  Parking: Costs €1.35/hour, €9.45/day, €6.75/day from the 6th day.
  Luggage lockers: Baggage storage is €4.60 per day for a large locker that easily fits 2-3 serious suitcases. Left-hand end of Terminal 2B, behind the Ars cafe.
  Departure gates: For T2, poorly conditioned at ground level (at least gate #57, sector 2A, after 11PM). T1 is hyper-modern and comfortable.
  WiFi: Available throughout the airport, operated by KubiWireless €7.5 for 45min, €9 for 1 hour, €15 for 24 hours.
  Nearby airports
  Some low-cost carriers, notably Ryanair, use the airports in Girona, nearly 100km to the north, or Reus, around the same distance to the south, instead
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Barcelona Safety
Barcelona is easily Spain's pickpocketing capital. As always be alert in crowded places, such as public transport, train and bus stations, La Rambla and Raval. People may approach you asking for change, or to change money. Just ignore them. If you are asked to change money, then it has been known that official looking police will approach you afterwards to 'check' your wallet for ID etc. These are not police, so be at your most vigilant, otherwise you might find they have taken a few cards or cash upon returning your wallet. The Football trick is a local specialty.
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 At certain tourist hotspots there are African men who will try to show you a 'magic trick'. This involves tying a piece of string around your finger. While you are distracted (and your arm is effectively disabled), an accomplice will pickpocket you. It is also possible that criminals will pose as tourists and ask directions in order approach their victims. Keep your distance and likewise try not be offended if you find it difficult to engage passers-by in busy The subway is a hotbed for pickpocketing activity, which can range from simple opportunistic thefts to coordinated attacks. Be especially weary on the subway platforms at the Santos train station. A group of men will come out of seemingly nowhere while you attempt to enter a subway car and block your entrance AND exit in a coordinated manner, effectively pinning you against the doors as they attempt to close. They will act as if the car is just crowded and they are trying to get on as well, but in reality they have already gone through your pockets. These men are quite aggressive and will not hesitate to try and rip a backpack off of your back. Once items are taken, they quickly return to the platform and walk off in a calm manner while you are trapped within the departing subway as they be sure to exit just before the doors cannot be reopened.
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Barcelona’s warm, pleasant climate means that the locals spend a lot of time outdoors. The city’s location on the shores of the Mediterranean brings pleasant temperatures, allowing Barcelona to enjoy its 5km of perfectly equipped beaches all the year round, and a superb Olympic Marina which is ideal for lovers of water sports.

Rainfall, which is occasionally heavy, averages 1,000 mm a year. This weather makes it possible to maintain the many green areas around Barcelona. 

Barcelona
Living with year-round sunshine makes it possible to have pleasant weather and to enjoy the city to the full: you can eat at open-air restaurants at any time of the year or enjoy a drink at one of its many pavement cafés, with the Mediterranean as its outstanding backdrop.
Beaches
Over 4.5 kilometres long, the beaches provide one of Barcelona's most popular areas among residents and visitors alike. Especially in summer but during the rest of the year too, when they are full of people reading, doing some sport, out walking their dogs, listening to music or just contemplating the scene.
Every beach has its own distinctive features but they all have the same services and conveniences. There are restaurants, kiosks selling drinks and ice cream, parasol and deckchair hire, leisure and sports areas, public toilets and changing areas, clothes lockers, showers, drinking water fountains and public advice and 
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