A golden, sandy beach, Canadell Beach is one of the Spanish beaches located in the town of Calella de Palafrugell. Highly frequented by locals, it’s been awarded with a Blue Flag. It is approximately 250 metres long and 30 metres wide.
Highlights: One of the main attractions of this Spanish beach is its boarded walkway. It’s in superb condition and offers visitors views of the houses nearby, some of them centuries old, such as the house of writer Josep Pla, which belonged to his family, and where he used to enjoy each summer. In that period, as the weather was really warm, many families changed their place of residence so they could be closer to the sea.
With fishing boats lying on the sand, and cafés and restaurants under the arches of pastel-coloured buildings, it’s difficult to think of a prettier Spanish beach.
Services available: toilets, showers, litter bins, cafés and restaurants, kayaks for hire, and a sailing school and lifeguard team. There is disabled access.
Normally, visitors who come to this Spanish beach for the first time always come back!
We recommend going to this prestigious beach with your nearest and dearest, as it´s small and really family-friendly. It is also recommended for those who have never partied in Spain, because Girona has plenty of popular parties.
We recommend this Spanish beach for diving.