Located at the northern part of the nearby town Sant Pol de Mar, this beach runs parallel to the train tracks and the N-II motorway. The beach is 750 metres of coarse golden sand that narrows as it goes eastward. Located above the highway are the Roman ruins of Morer, a centre of wine production from the first century. The beach is equipped with showers, a Red Cross station, drinking fountains, and wooden walkways for the physically disabled.
|Venue name:||Platja de Morer|
N-II, km 664, Sant Pol de Mar
Sant Pol de Mar
|Transport:||Getting there: Take the Rodalies de Renfe train to Sant Pol de Mar. From the station, you can walk along the seafront (Av. del Doctor Furet). By car take the C-32 motorway to the Sant Pol exit, or you can take the N-II motorway.|