Situated in downtown Garraf, this beach is 380 metres long with a mixture of fine sand and rocks and a slight incline at the sea's entrance. Between the beach and the train tracks lies the area that gave this beach its name, a kind of fishing village built practically on the beach itself. The remodeled wooden cabanas are old sheds that were used by fishermen to store their equipment. Services include showers, bathrooms, rescue equipment, and chaise longues, umbrellas, and paddle boats available for rent. If you want to extend your stay, the town also has a hotel and a few restaurants.
|Venue name:||Les casetes del Garraf|
Carrer Mirador del Port, s/n, Garraf
|Transport:||Getting there: Take the Rodalies de Renfe to the Garraf station. By car take the C-32 and the C-31 motorways to Garraf, where you'll get the Carretera del Port and when you cross the train tracks you can access the beach.|