Activities for Adults

Adults can enjoy a choice of shows, and live music, enjoy wine tasting, learn how to make cocktails, do aqua gym sessions, and visit Mataró’s architectural heritage and its street markets.
If anyone in your family has a birthday during your holidays in Camping Barcelona, don’t forget to let the activities team know; our endearing mascot, Noa, will come and sing Happy Birthday to them on your pitch, in the restaurant, wherever you want.
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Children’s activities – Club Noa

For the smallest members of the family, we organise a huge range of activities in the mini-club: mini-disco, interacting with the farm animals, craft workshops, open-air games, games in the pool, thematic make-up sessions, and numerous other activities designed to develop their imagination and help them make friends.
If anyone in your family has a birthday during your holidays in Camping Barcelona, don’t forget to let the activities team know; our endearing mascot, Noa, will come and sing Happy Birthday to them on your pitch, in the restaurant, wherever you want.
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Activities for teenagers

We organise sporting activities such as football and basketball, alongside activities in the swimming pool.

If anyone in your family has a birthday during your holidays in Camping Barcelona, don’t forget to let the activities team know; our endearing mascot, Noa, will come and sing Happy Birthday to them on your pitch, in the restaurant, wherever you want.
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Farm

You will find a wide range of animals enjoying partial freedom. Donkeys, sheep, goats, ducks, rabbits and hens living together. You can feed them from outside the fence, from the areas marked with the sign “Animals”. You can visit the animals during daytime all year round, but they prefer to get out of their burrows in the evenings. It is extremely important to respect them and not to disturb them.
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Diving Club

Is found at the harbour in Mataró and organises boat trips to practice diving or to sail along the coast of Barcelona-Maresme, to visit the Alguer del Berruguell, a reserve of algae that covers an extension of 700 hectares of Posidonia oceanica, and the livelihood of the submerged fossilized beaches situated in front of the campsite, dating from 7000 years ago. (No diving license required).

Boat trips along the coast every Tuesday from March to November.
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SPA & Wellness Club

It has two heated pools of 25m and 10m with hydro massage beds and seats, therapeutic jets of different pressures, Jacuzzis, cold water and bithermic showers, steam baths, sauna, massage service and crèche where your children will be looked after while you are exercising. Solarium, beauty centre and hairdresser also available.

In the sports’ area you will find: 650m2 fitness hall, 51 cardiovascular points, isolateral and convergent machines. Spinning amphitheatre on three levels and with 70 bicycles with lights and music. Yoga, tai-chi, aerobic, step and toning classes also. Practice sport and relax at the same time, on your own, with your partner or family.
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Bike or walking routes

We recommend the purple route to Passeig dels Anglesos, which is really easy to walk and unbelievably beautiful. If you have a dog, take it on this stroll with you to the furthest beach in Caldes d’Estrac. The promenade Passeig dels Anglesos starts after the Marina Port Balís in Sant Andreu de Llavaneres, and it connects the beaches of Sant Vicenç and Caldetes. Beach clubs and restaurants are open all year, and dogs are welcome!

You will also find many good restaurants in Port Balís, which are open all year as well. “Les 3 Viles”, a paradise only 500 meters away from the campsite! The street market of Sant Andreu de Llavaneres is on Friday, the best day to make a visit! The street “carrer de Munt” is the social nucleus or meeting point of the village, where you can enjoy all of its shops, bars, and restaurants.

A MUST: Don’t forget to taste the well-known “Coca de Llavaneres”, one of the region’s most cherished cakes. In Caldes d’Estrac, you will find the museum Fundació Palau, an artistic space dedicated mainly to Picasso – free admission on the first Sunday of the month. In the centre of the village, you will find a little spa, a cosy thermal bath where water flows at 38ºC, with a pool where you can enjoy all of its therapeutic benefits at 36ºC. On the right of Fundació Palau, you will find the entrance to Parc Muntanyà – free admission – which offers amazing views to the village and to the Mediterranean Sea.

For those on the adventurous side, Sant Vicenç de Montalt offers the highest hills in the 3 villages, with the steepest slopes. Don’t forget to bring a bottle of water per person with you.

Beaches, walking routes and cycling routes
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