It is hard not to shudder at the sight of a shark gliding above you, displaying its toothy, wide-mouthed grin. But this, the 80m shark...
Rambla de Mar
The city’s authorities extended the world-famous La Rambla thoroughfare out into the sea in the early 2000s, connecting the city with...
Pailebot de Santa Eulàlia
This 1918 three-mast schooner, restored by the Museu Marítim, is moored along the palm-lined promenade Moll de la Fusta. You can see it...
Bosc de les Fades
The 'Forest of the Fairies' is touristy but offers a whimsical retreat from the busy Rambla nearby. Lounge chairs and lamplit tables are...
Moll d'Espanya 5 · interesting places nearby
Created out of largely abandoned docks, this buzzing shopping centre, with its bars, restaurants and cinemas, is pleasant enough for a stroll virtually in the middle of the old harbour. The usual labels are on hand, including the youthful Spanish chain Mango, mega-retailer H&M and eye-catching fashions from Barcelona-based Desigual. Football fans will be drawn to the paraphernalia at FC Botiga.
It's particularly popular on Sundays when most other stores in the city remain shuttered.