Places we love in Calella

Calella was highly rated for beaches by 370 guests from the United Kingdom! Calella travel guide

Sea, Sun and a Unique Gastronomic Experience

Calella is a Spanish seaside village on the Coats del Maresme in Calatonia. Sandy beaches, fishing boats, pine trees, whitewashed houses, rocks and the blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea complete the puzzle of this unique holiday resort.

Situated about 60 km from Barcelona, this tourist town is home to an iconic lighthouse built in 1859. Set on a 50-metre high cliff, this 19thy-century ‘faro’ is open to the public and features a small children’s museum and panoramic views.

The parish church of Santa María is a Neoclassical building with sculptures, in the heart of the Old Town of Calella. You can explore the old part of the town with its narrow streets, traditional houses, terraces and local restaurants serving delicious Spanish tapas.

The Blue Flag beach of Calella is one of the main reasons travellers love this famous destination. From May to October visitors can enjoy a variety of water sports and outdoor activities like swimming and sailing.

Popular for its thrilling roller coasters, the theme park of PortAventura is 172 km away, while the large European water park of Waterworld is 20 km. will help you find the right hotel, apartment or campsite in Calella.