Positioned just near the Plaça del Mar, it is one of the most active and the oldest on the Barcelona seafront.
This beach takes its name from the church of Sant Miquel del Port, which was built in 1755 and dedicated to the patron saint of Barceloneta.
Another interesting fact about this beach is that it has an area for people with reduced mobility, where volunteers help them enjoy the Mediterranean Sea thanks to the amphibious chairs available.
The facilities include Lifeguards and safety, beach information point, adapted showers, adapted public toilets, sun loungers, beach umbrellas, drinks, and ice cream kiosks, sports facilities, bicycle parking areas, restaurants and Wi-fi. There are also nice bars and restaurants along the beach which serve tapas and other dishes.
Tip: if you are looking for seclution and away from people selling small items and dont like to be bothered then I'd ercommand you to stay away from this beach. It's very toursity.
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