Carrer de les Puntaires, 1
08397 Pineda de Mar
T: (+34) 93 767 14 52
F: (+34) 93 767 06 96
Passeig Marítim, 52
08380 Malgrat de Mar
T: (+34) 93 765 40 78
F: (+34) 93 765 44 29
Barcelona
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Barcelona, City of Counts

Barcelona is the capital of Catalan Modernism par excellence, with Gaudí as its leading figure. It is also the cradle of the Rumba Catalana, the genre of music developed by the Romani community, as well as an unparalleled Mediterranean city. It really is a must-visit during your holidays with us.

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The 'Sagrada Familia'

The Expiatory Temple of La Sagrada Família was conceived and initially developed by worldwide known Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. The works began in 1882 but they are yet to be finished. It is the icon of Barcelona par excellence, the symbol of Gaudi's artistic plenitude. A must-see visit while in Barcelona.

La Rambla, the Iconic Promenade

Barcelona’s emblematic boulevard is one of the promenades with the highest pedestrian traffic in the city. The walkway is lined with kiosks selling flowers, souvenirs and newspapers, while street traders, performers and pavement cafe and bars bustle with activity. Strolling along the Rambla, you will find the famous market ‘Mercat de la Boqueria’, the Virreina Palace and the Liceu opera theater. At the end of La Rambla, stands the famous monument dedicated to Columbus. You can take the lift inside the column to the viewing gallery at the top, where you can enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the city and the port.

The Gothic Quarter and 'El Born' District

Modernist-style auditorium built by Lluís Domènech i Montaner. It is known for its unique beauty, being built with very advances structures for its time, such as large glass walls, gorgeous sculptures, mosaics and leaded glass decorations. It hosts the Catalan Orpheum and was included to the World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 1997.

Palau de la Música Catalana

Modernist-style auditorium built by Lluís Domènech i Montaner. It is known for its unique beauty, being built with very advances structures for its time, such as large glass walls, gorgeous sculptures, mosaics and leaded glass decorations. It hosts the Catalan Orpheum and was included to the World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 1997.

Passeig de Gràcia

It is one of the most famous boulevards in Catalonia, and among the main ones in Barcelona for its touristic importance, since it hosts some of the most representative works of Modernist architecture, such as the Casa Milà and Casa Battló by Gaudi, the Casa Lleó Morera by Domènech i Montaner or Casa Amatller by Puig i Cadafalch. It is a perfect street for shopping fans as well, since its most luxurious shops are also located there.

Parc Güell

This public park full of gardens and Modernist architectural elements was designed by Antoni Gaudi in 1900. The park was planned by Güell and Gaudi to be a structured housing scheme where luxury homes with all the advancements of their time would be built, surrounded by an unequalled natural and artistical framework, resting upon the city of Barcelona.

Hospital de Santa Creu i Sant Pau

The hospital was founded in the year 1401 by merging six previously existing hospitals. The modern version was built between 1902 and 1930, consisting of 19 Modernist buildings. UNESCO included it on the World Cultural Heritage List.

Camp Nou, the Barça Stadium

The F.C Barcelona Stadium was inaugurated in 1957. It is the stadium with the biggest spectator capacity in Europe, with almost 100.000 seats. It has been the stage for a number of important sportive events, football World Cups, European Championships, Olympic Games as well as social and musical events. World-class stars, such as Bruce Springsteen or U2, have performed there.

Poble Espanyol, the Spanish Village

Poble Espanyol is an outdoor architectural museum displaying contemporary art, handicrafts, performances and cuisine. The enclosure contains 117 life-size buildings, resulting in a typical Iberian town with its streets, houses, plazas, theatres, schools, restaurants and artisanal workshops

Montjuïc, and its 'Magic Fountain'

Built for the 1929 International Exhibition, and fully restored to host the Olympic Games in 1992, Montjuïc’s Magic Mountain presents a gorgeous combination of music, water and lights, bringing in hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.

Pineda de Mar Stella & Spa ****S
Adults recommended

This establishment (Adults Recommended) is a little gem a walkaway from the beach and Pineda de Mar's center.
Our services focus on adult clientele (high-quality cuisine, spa, massages, aesthetics, peacefulness, good customer service) and lacks a specific children's programme. It is the ideal place for couples or families wishing to spend some quality time together in a peaceful setting.

24 hour reception 24 hour reception
Free Wi-Fi around the Hotel Free Wi-Fi around the Hotel
Spa Zone with Heated Pool Spa Zone with Heated Pool
Massages and Beauty Treatments Massages and Beauty Treatments
Theme Nights and Gourmet Menu Theme Nights and Gourmet Menu
Malgrat de Mar Monteplaya ****S
Adults recommended

Our Adults Only Hotel (+16) with its location at Malgrat de Mar's seafront on the Barcelona Coast - Maresme is the ideal place to enjoy the Mediterranean Sea and the perfect starting point to visit Barcelona, Girona, the Costa Brava and the main touristically interesting areas in Catalonia.

On the seafront promenade On the seafront promenade
Free Wi-Fi around the Hotel Free Wi-Fi around the Hotel
Gastronomic Place Gastronomic Place
Wellness Activities Wellness Activities