In Calafell, you can enjoy five kilometres of golden sandy beaches, its iodine-rich waters and the many activities that you can enjoy there.
The beaches of Calafell are perfect for families, boasting a splendid Mediterranean climate.
For some time now, Calafell has been known as the ‘beach for feeding bottles’ because of the quality of its sand and waters, the calmness of the sea and its gentle terrain, which makes it easy for children to simply wade in.
There are parking spaces for people with reduced mobility all over town.
The beaches of Calafell have the following facilities and services available:
- Accessible concrete walkways
- Showers accessible from the walkways.
- Assisted bathing with amphibious chairs provided by Red Cross staff.
- Red Cross lifeguard services on all beaches.
- Children’s play area
- Placement of marker buoys around the bathing area, with channels for the entry and exit of vessels.
- Sun lounger, umbrella, paddle boat hire, among other things
- Beach volleyball nets, goal posts, etc.
- Water sports: catamaran, stand up paddle board, sailing equipment, etc. hire.
Water sports and sports activities
Don’t miss out on the wide range of services and water sports aimed at all age groups such as courses on sailing, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, windsurfing, Nordic walking, etc.
ISO and Blue Flag certification
Calafell’s three beaches and seafront promenade were the first beaches in Catalonia to get ISO 14001 certification from AENOR in 2003. In 2006, the system was recertified for ISO 14001:2004 by the same certification body, and in March 2008, the environmental management system was certified for the European Union’s EMAS.
Our beaches have enjoyed Blue Flag status since 1992, with the collaboration of the Tarragona Provincial Council Tourist Trust.