The best Beaches of Torredembarra

One of the main reasons to visit Torredembarra is because of its marvellous beaches and great athmosphere.

Think lovely blue sea and sky and pretty beaches. Visualise its charming fishermen's houses, interesting nature, blended with plenty of beach activities for all members of the family, and shaken not stirred with a vibrant feeling of a buzzing, traditional, seaside town. 

Torredembarra's coastline offers 4 km of awarded beaches, all 4 of them with shallow safe waters for splashing about or practicing your favourite watersport. With it's many playgrounds, beach games and water sports, Torredembarra has something to suit all ages and tastes. From long golden beaches in natural settings with Mediterranean vegetation to others located in the urban centre. Take a look at our Torredembarra Beach guide with everything you need to see and do on your beach holiday on the Costa Dorada. 

 

Family Fun on the most beautiful beaches of Torredembarra

1. Playa La Paella - Perfect for a family day at the beach.

The Paella beach is one of the town’s major tourist attractions. This expansive stretch of fine golden sand and shallow waters has been awarded the prestigious Blue Flag award and is a haven for sun worshippers and families. It runs along the Els Munts area of town down the Marina and the main Maritime Promenade. There are many beach activities such as beach volleyball and football giving this beach a pleasant atmosphere. If you feel like cruising or scuba diving, go check your options at the Marina, where you will find plenty to choose from. Soak up the summer vibes on an evening walk on the amazing beach Promenade "Paseo marítimo". Ice cream parlors, restaurants and shops make Torredembarra a fantastic place for a family holiday.

  • Blue Flag.
  • Beach bar.
  • Lifeguard & rescue services.
  • Children's games and playground
  • Showers & toilets.
  • Access for disabled people.
  • Pedalo & SUP rentals.

2. Baix A Mar - ideal for families and foodies

Situated in front of the old Fisherman’s District, this beach stretches from the Marina along to the Club Maritim. The fishing boats used to head out to sea from this beach and the fishermen slid them along the sand, placing wooden sleepers underneath and pulling them with a cable. The cable passed through the pulleys of a motor called "la maquina" and over to a concrete block in the sea. A miniature replica of the hut where la maquina was installed can be seen on the beach in front of the block. One of the main attractions of Baix A Mar is the Alpha and Omega statue created by Rafael Bartolizzi. This iron structure rises from the sea and is one of the biggest icons of the Costa Dorada. 

Torredembarra is a great place for foodies. Especially along the Promenade in the fishermen's district, there are many beach front restaurants where you can enjoy Mediterranean cuisine, as well as tapas and fresh seafood. Check our restaurant guide of Torredembarra for an authentic local experience.

The Baix a Mar beach has a designated beach tennis area, a beach library, and several playgrounds for the little ones. This up-and-coming district is highly attractive for families due to it's many beach restaurants offering local cuisine and it's large entertainment offer. Go for a swim, get a tan, build a sandcastle and play volleyball with your kids. This beach has it all. 

  • Blue Flag.
  • Many beach front restaurants and bars
  • Lifeguard & rescue services.
  • Sun beds & parasols rentals.
  • Children's games and playgrounds.
  • Showers & toilets.
  • Stand up paddle & pedalo rentals.
  • Access for disabled people.

3. Els Muntanyans - Nature and watersports

As a natural virgin beach that was declared a protected area in 1992, this beach is of great environmental significance. Measuring over 2 km in length, it is home to the best formed sand dunes and marshes on the Costa Dorada, giving home to a wide range of habitats that houses a rich biodiversity of flora and fauna. You can enjoy this fantastic area, but as it is protected, please be mindful not to cause any damage. You can also observe the shifting sand dunes, and salt water lagoons. At some point on this beach, be aware that nudism is allowed! 

The Blue path is an easy stroll all along the Baix a Mar fishermen's district and the natural protected area of Muntanyans. The path starts at Cal Bofill, centre of environmental activities where you can find a permanent exhibition on this marsh area. This path has low complexity and several sections are adapted for disabled people.

For those who enjoy watersports, there is no shortage available at the Club Maritim, offering windsurf and kite surf lessons.

  • Virgin Beach Flag.
  • Lifeguard & rescue services.
  • Showers & toilets.
  • Nudist area (400m)
  • Water sports club with restaurant.
  • Access for disabled people.

4. El Canyadell - Untamed nature

A wild, rocky landscape with a lovely little fine sandy beach. Untamed nature on the seafront between Altafulla and Torredembarra. Crystal-clear water, fine sand, tranquility and peace. A lovely bay to be discovered on foot along the nature trail running alongside the coast - the footpath "El Roquer". The wind, the rain and the crashing waves have all helped to shape the impressive, imposing rocks that form this wild landscape. On an easy afternoon stroll you can discover the Mediterranean flora and the tallest lighthouse of Catalonia, the last one built in Spain during the 20th century. Guided tours of the lighthouse are available. 

  • Blue Flag.
  • Lifeguard & rescue services.
  • Showers & toilets. 
  • Free parking.
  • Access for disabled people.

Torredemabrra has become a favourite family destination on the Costa Dorada. Discover this amazing seaside town by renting your holiday home in Torredembarra. We promise you won't be disappointed!

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