Platja de Llevant Beach

Platja de Llevant Beach - Spain
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Barcelona’s newest beach is also its most easterly, as its name suggests. Opened to the public for the first time in 2006, Platja de Llevant has already managed to garner a Blue Flag award for its cleanliness and the quality of its facilities.

Comprising light coloured sands that stretch for 400 metres along the coast and another 75 metres or so inland, Platja de Llevant is the next beach along from Nova Mar Bella Beach, separated by a breakwater. Here, at its western end, there are beach volleyball courts for those feeling a little more active, while buoys mark out the safe swimming areas, watched over by lifeguards.

Platja de Llevant boasts a special area where dogs are able to enjoy the freedom of the beach, and Wi-Fi connectivity for all those who can’t bear to be away from the outside world even while soaking up the rays.

Nearest town/city

Barcelona

Type of beach

Sand

Dogs?

Dogs allowed

Activities

  • Swimming/bathing

Lifeguard service

Yes

Facilities

  • Cafe/restaurant
  • Toilets

Awards

Blue Flag Award

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Current weather (Sun Sep 27th 04:00)

Clear sky

(Clear sky)
14°C / 57°F

Sea temperature
25.3°C
77.6°F

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