Similar to all the beaches on the northeastern side of the Olympic Port, Bogatell Beach was part of the urban planning that made the waterfront accesible for all the Barcelona residents. It’s connected to the rest of the beaches by the Passeig Marítim.

What to do in Bogatell beach

Due to its location, along with Nova Icària, Bogatell is one of the most visited beaches to the left side of the Olympic Port. Among other reasons, it’s also considered one of the safest beaches in Barcelona, not that others are dangerous but either way, in any Barcelona beach you should always keep an eye on your belongings.

In contrast with Barceloneta or Somorrostro Beach, frequented by a younger crowd, this is one of the more “adult beaches” of the Barcelona coastline, with an age average of around 35-38 years old. It has a high presence of foreing visitors (around 30%). If you enjoy ping-pong, there’s a table near the breakwater, as well as a volleyball court.

At night, the area close to Bogatell Beach soars with restaurants and nightlife, especially close to Gehry’s “Golden fish”. Shoko, Catwalk and Opium are the biggest clubs in the area.


  • Adapted showers, public toilets and changing rooms.
  • Children’s games area.
  • Lifeguard service.
  • Information point.
  • Bicycle parking.
  • Restaurants.
  • Free wi-fi.

How to get there

Metro Line 4: Llacuna.
Bus: H16, V27, 92


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