Garraf Beach

Garraf Beach

The beach of Garraf is situated about 20km south of Barcelona. Garraf is a charming old fishing village nestled upon a hill between the beach and the Parque Natural de Garraf.

On the southern side of the hill you can find the Garraf sports harbour with all services for yachts and sailing crews.

Playa del Garraf is a fairly quiet beach. It offers some nice restaurants overlooking the bay but no party-type Chiringuitos (beach bars) with loud music.

The beach stretches for 350 metres and is around 25 metres wide with fine golden sands. Since the water next to the shore a fairly shallow this is an ideal place for a daytrip with kids and family from Barcelona.

On the northern end of the bay a rocky mountain range seperates Playa del Garraf from the beaches of Castelldefels a few kilometres away.

How to get to Garraf beach?

By car: To get to the Garraf beach, leave Barcelona on the C-32 freeway and 5 kilometres after Castelldefels you are reaching the small village of Garraf, about 11 kilometres north of Sitges.

By train: If you are going by train, take the R2 train towards Sitges from Barcelona Sants or Passeig de Gracia. But make sure, that you are on the slow train, since some express trains on R2 are going directly to Sitges! The ride takes about 30 minutes and costs around 2,00 Euros one-way.