Bogatell beach is approximately 702 meters long and is one of the beaches that were upgraded when the Barcelona seafront was redeveloped in the 1990s.
Barceloneta is the Miami Beach of Spain: crowded, boisterous, and endlessly entertaining.
Another notable Barcelona beach, Nova Icària is a Blue Flag beach popular with tourists and locals alike.
The Mar Bella Beach was created during the urban redevelopment for the Barcelona Olympic Games.
At 1,100 meters, Sant Sebastià is one of the longest beaches in Barcelona. It's also one of the city's oldest beaches.
Nova Mar Bella hugs the coast north of Mar Bella. It, too, has been granted the esteemed Blue Flag Beach award.
Once home to nearly 15,000 people living in a decrepit shantytown, Somorrostro is now one of the prettiest beaches in Barcelona.
The youngest of Barcelona's beaches, Llevant was created in 2006 in the Sant Martí neighborhood.
Sant Miguel lies between the larger and more popular beaches of Sant Sebastià and Barceloneta.
Zona de banys Fòrum is an open air sea swimming area in the Parc del Forum in Diagonal Mar. It is an enclosed sea swimming area in Barcelona Diagonal Mar area.