This is the last of the recently created beaches on the Barcelona seafront. Located next to Nova Mar Bella beach, it was completed in summer 2006. It is approximately 375 metres long.


Sant Martí
Average width
74 m
From the Selva de Mar breakwater to the future Zoo breakwater
  • Bus: V27, H16
  • Metro: Line 4 - Selva de Mar and El Maresme / Fòrum
  • Tram: T4 - Selva de Mar and El Maresme
  • Cycle track
  • Bicing: Passeig Marítim de la Mar Bella, Passeig de Garcia Fària 37 / Josep Ferrater, Passeig del Taulat 188, Passeig del Taulat, 238
How to arrive
See the map
  • Blue flag
  • Buoy-marked breakwaters and bathing areas
  • Lifeguard towers and chairs
  • Public toilets
  • Adapted public toilets
  • Showers
  • Adapted showers
  • Rubbish bins and recycling bins
  • Volleyball courts
  • Public address system
  • Footbridges
Information and service points
  • City police (Guardia Urbana)
  • First Aid and Rescue
  • Information point
  • Parasol hire
  • Deckchair hire
  • Barcelona WiFi

Llevant beach is the result of the demolition of an old breakwater, the 'Escullera de Prim', and the construction of the platform that was intended to host the marine zoo. It was opened on a temporary basis in summer 2006.

This beach also has a volleyball court, located at the west end near the breakwater that separates it from Nova Mar Bella beach.

Llevant beach provides easy access and enjoyment for everyone, with special attention paid to those whose mobility is limited in some way: it features parking areas from which it is easy to reach the dry beach, visual and tactile signage and information, adapted toilets, wooden walkways that reach the water as close as possible (although, under no circumstances will they ever touch the water, as its currents could detach the module) and adapted showers with chairs. The public transport has also been adapted to provide easier access.

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