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Barcelona and the identity

Privileged geographical location

Barcelona is on the Mediterranean coast, in the north east of the Iberian Peninsula. It is the capital of Catalonia, one of the autonomous regions of the Spanish state, and the second-most important city in Spain.

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Discover its natural environaments

  • Barcelona's Beaches

    Barcelona is a city that faces the sea, with almost five kilometres of beaches from  Sant Sebastià to Llevant. All of them have facilities for bathers and lots of them have places for playing sports like table tennis and volleyball.

  • Parc de Collserola

    The city’s green lung, a privileged location within reach of Barcelona’s residents. More than 8,000 hectares of natural space, dominated by woodland of great biological diversity.

  • Parc de Montjuïc

    An essential visit, Montjuïc Park occupies most of the hill overlooking the port, and it is full of green areas and gardens, museums and cultural facilities, sports facilities and Olympic installations. Montjuïc tells us about the history and life of a mountain that has marked Barcelona's personality.

  • Parc Fluvial del Besòs

    This natural park consists of 9 kilometres of the Besòs River, from its confluence with the Ripoll River to the sea. It is one of the most important natural areas in Barcelona's metropolitan area and it is a great place for a stroll or for cycling.