Barcelona and The mediterranean
Barcelona Oficial web talk about the places in Barcelona with more turistic interest:
|With the opening of the city to the sea, a project first undertaken in the 1980s, the redeveloped seafront, from the Moll de la Fusta and the area around the Palau de Mar to the Rambla de Mar and the Olympic Port area, has become one of Barcelona’s most popular spaces for recreation and leisure. In addition, the beaches of Sant Sebastià, La Barceloneta, Nova Icària, Bogatell, Mar Bella and Nova Mar Bella, stretching more than four kilometres overall, receive annually nearly seven million visitors, and have all the facilities and services necessary for these people to enjoy a pleasant and safe day at the beach.|
|Moreover, with the development of the shoreline around the river Besòs, Barcelona will gain new areas for leisure located on sites taken from the sea. These include a new marine wildlife park, two green areas with a variety of uses and a new bathing area, the latter different from usual beaches in its being designed to create an area of calm waters.|
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