Castelldefels is a city which is open to the sea. 300 days of sun each year and its Mediterranean climate mean that thousands of people choose it as their holiday destination and to settle there for the rest of their lives.
Castelldefels beach is a 5-km-long strip of find sand located around 18 km to the south of the city of Barcelona on the coast of Barcelona, between the delta of the River Llobregat and the chalk rock of the Garraf Natural Park.
500,000 m2 spread over Pineda Beach, Lluminetes Beach, and Apeadero Beach form a flag beach where you can do water sports or activities with children, bathe in the calm waters of the Mediterranean, sunbathe, or just peacefully stroll along the shoreline.
The beach has beach bars, games rooms, sunbeds and sunshades, sporting facilities, sailing and water sports schools, and is equipped with showering facilities, bins, wooden pathways giving access to the sand, play areas for children, lookout posts and seats, sanitary cubicles, and free WiFi along the whole beach.
A renovated promenade with a wide range of leisure options and restaurants where you can sample food with views of the sea or enjoy a night out in a pleasant atmosphere with good music make Castelldefels beach a leisure and gastronomic benchmark on the coastline of Barcelona.