Attractions

Ship in Barceloneta & the Waterfront

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 perfectly well without going aboard, and there’s not an awful lot to behold bel…
Waterfront in Barceloneta & the Waterfront

Passeig Marítim de la Barceloneta

On La Barceloneta's seaward side are the first of Barcelona's beaches, which are popular on summer weekends. The pleasant Passeig Marítim de la Barceloneta, a 1.25km promenade from La Barceloneta to Port Olímpic, is…
Waterfront in Barceloneta & the Waterfront

Moll d'Espanya

The heart of the redeveloped harbour is Moll d'Espanya, a former wharf linked to Moll de la Fusta by a wave-shaped footbridge, Rambla de Mar, which rotates to let boats enter the marina behind it.
Waterfront in Barceloneta & the Waterfront

Moll de la Fusta

Northeast from the quay stretches the promenade Moll de la Fusta. Usually the Pailebot de Santa Eulàlia, a fully functioning 1918 schooner restored by the Museu Marítim, is moored here for visits, although sometimes…
Waterfront in Barceloneta & the Waterfront

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 the reclaimed port area of Port Vell. Seeming to float above the water, it offers…