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Holidays to Calella De La Costa

Introduction

What started as a small fishing village is quickly becoming one of Spain’s favourite seaside holiday destinations. Calella De La Costa enjoys an enviable location on the Costa del Maresme, just 50 kilometres away from Barcelona, and resting on the golden sands of the Mediterranean coast. The resort is popular with people of all ages for its lovely beaches, stylish restaurants and hotels, and exciting nightlife. This is the perfect warm weather holiday for young people, couples, families, and seniors alike.

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What to do in Calella De La Costa

The three main beaches of Calella De La Costa are what draw visitors to the resort year after year. These wide swathes of sand merge into one another to create what seems like an endless strip of pristine white beach and blue waters for almost three kilometres. This means that there is always an empty spot of sand to settle down on, and uncrowded waters to swim, snorkel, or splash around in. The beaches here are great for children as they are clean, calm, and warm.

After dark the promenade along the beach comes alive with restaurants, pubs, bars, nightclubs, and discos offering live music acts, drink specials, and dance floors that stay packed until the early hours of the morning. For those looking for a more peaceful night out, the Old Town is incredibly romantic with its shady streets and inviting tapas joints and wine bars.

One of the most attractive features of Calella De La Costa is that it is only a one hour drive from the cosmopolitan and captivating city of Barcelona. Visitors can take a day trip from Calella De La Costa to see the awe-inspiring architectural creations of Antoni Gaudi, tour medieval palaces and residential buildings in the Gothic Quarter, or sample the very best of Catalan cuisine on the bustling streets of Barcelona.

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One of the most attractive features of Calella De La Costa is that it is only a one hour drive from the cosmopolitan and captivating city of Barcelona. Visitors can take a day trip from Calella De La Costa to see the awe-inspiring architectural creations of Antoni Gaudi, tour medieval palaces and residential buildings in the Gothic Quarter, or sample the very best of Catalan cuisine on the bustling streets of Barcelona.