There will always be negative people around you trying to bring you down or telling you what you do is not right, no matter which path you choose....You only have to focus on the path that makes you the happiest and learn to ignore all the negativity around you.
Barceloneta is not the name of a tower. It is a triangular area that protrudes to the sea in the southeast of the city of Barcelona and belongs to the coastal area (La Ribera). It is a favorite leisure beach for local residents. On weekdays, you can enjoy the sun on the beach and fishing in the summer. In the evening, there will be a market where you can sell gadgets, which is very lively. If you are tired, you can also go to the nearby Passeig Joan de Borbo, where there are many seafood restaurants, fresh and clean, suitable for enjoying the Mediterranean scenery.
Address: La Barceloneta
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Sunny day in a hot spot - Barca was meeting us so comfy and calm and we was so suprised! Actually, I have never been in Spain, it was a real SHOCK! The water on Barceloneta Beach was so warm and clean, and locals were so polite and mannered! For small memory about this city I have got a knee braclet with the emblem of Barca and also visited the most famous building La Sagrada Famillia😍😍👍 It looked perfect to me! In our hostel we had a small kitchen where we tried to make a pasta in Spain style, but j think we failed😂👍 Also, Gothic quater is really so dark and old😱😱 feels like in the night to go there would be super scary...
Thinking that this is an artificial beach made by mankind it is unbelievable. But still is a great place for every visitor who comes to Barcelona. A few min. from the center of Barcelona, you can get here, relax and enjoy the sun and the beach that the "Barceloneta Beach" has to offer.
Barceloneta Beach is one of the most welcoming beaches in Spain. There is a huge variety of restaurants and bars here and, in the summertime, attracts thousands of Barcelona beachgoers. This stretch of beach is located close to downtown Barcelona. As far as the eye can see, there are seafood restaurants, bars and gazebos. Visitors can stretch out on the warm sand, join in a game of soccer or volleyball and enjoy a dip in the ocean. After a feast of locally caught seafood, end your meal with some ice cream or a glass of beer.
During summer, the Ultraviolet rays at Barcelona’s beaches are pretty strong and therefore it is highly recommended that you bring along your sunglasses, hat and lotions to prevent sunburn.