Barcelona Beach Nova Mar Bella
Beach Nova Mar Bella
Nova Mar Bella Beach is approximately 500 m long and, together with Mar Bella,
it forms part of the beaches that were created when the Barcelona seafront was
restored. It is, therefore, a result of urban redevelopment as part of the 1992
This is the women's favourite beach, with women guests exceeding 60% of total
users. Nova Mar Bella is also one of the beaches most frequently visited by
people living outside Barcelona. The average age is a relatively young crowd,
including mainly residents of Sant Martí, the district this beach is located in.
One of the most highly valued aspects of this beach for users is its
peacefulness. Its users usually come back week after week.
Area for disabled persons
The Nova Mar Bella beach possesses an area for disabled persons. This equipment
is available to disabled persons or people with reduced mobility and consists of
assisting them to get in and out of the water and supervising their bathing
time, using an amphibian bathing chair if necessary.
This area for the disabled is equipped with wooden walkways across the sand to
the shore. All of this equipment makes it possible for those who need assistance
to reach the water easily with the help of volunteers who help the users and
their companions to lift them from their wheelchairs into the amphibian chair
and, if necessary, use the lift to do so.
To make use of this equipment, please apply at the beach information centre,
supplying proof of the adult age of the person making the application.
This service is available every weekend and bank holiday during the months of
June and the second fortnight of September and every day during the months of
July and August and the first week in September, from 11 am to 6 pm.
Name of beach:
Selva de mar & El Maresme/Forum L4
Selva de mar & El Maresme/Forum
36, 43, 141
for disabled people with assisted bathing service.
breakwaters and bathing areas.
Mar Bella Nova
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