Tips & Tricks
Passeig Marítim (Passeig Marítim de la Barceloneta 30, Barcelona) – this is a beachside boulevard near Port Olimpic, which attracts a variety of people, such as strollers, rollerbladers, bikers and skateboarders. The panoramic view from here is a blend of a European metropolis (with its tall buildings) and a Mediterranean beach, like those found in […]
Parque Warner Madrid (Carretera N-IV, Km. 22, San Martín de la Vega, Madrid) – located about 30 minutes south of Madrid (via Autopista A44), this amusement park, managed by Time Warner, is divided into five themed areas: DC Super Heroes World, Warner Bros. Studios, Cartoon Village, Old West Territory and Hollywood Boulevard. There are […]
RFEG (Spanish Golf Federation) Centro Nacional de Golf (Calle Arroyo del Monte 5, Madrid) — The Royal Spanish Golf Federation’s National Centre is right in the city of Madrid, alongside the M-40 ring road and the Mirasierra neighborhood. It is a popular, public city course, with a 72 Par golf course and a traditional Scottish […]
Platja de Bogatell (Av. Litoral, Barcelona) — located between the Mar Bella and Nova Icaria Beaches, the paved walkway along the Bogatell Beach is the best place for a walk, jogging, and cycling. The beach also has a lifeguard service, showers, and ramped walkways for easier access to the restaurants, bars, and parking spaces that […]
Platja de Sant Sebastià (Passeig Maritim Barceloneta, Barcelona) — located at the eastern end of Barcelona’s coastline at the Ciutat Vella district, one of Barcelona’s oldest neighborhoods; Sant Sebastià is the closest beach to downtown Barcelona. Not only do foreign and local tourists alike come here; it’s also a favorite hangout spot with locals as […]
San Andrés (off the Autovía de Acceso al Puerto de Málaga, Málaga) – this is another city beach in Málaga (located a walk away from the city’s port, and accessible from the Antonio Machado seafront promenade). Residential complexes and industrial buildings face this beach.