Paseo de los Ingleses, Caldes D’Estrac

The beach here is very wide with golden sand and calm waters. There are toilets and showers, umbrella rentals, several decent chiringuitos and also a Red Cross rescue team. All these things combined make it an ideal beach for families with children. For a few months in the summer there is a huge inflatable play area in the sea.

 

 

 

 

Recommended by Jane Mitchell


Contact Details: Caldes D’Estrac information: www.caldetes.cat




3 Comments
  • MumAbroad
    Posted at 14:09h, 16 July Reply

    In my opinion, for beach-going, the best local beaches are at Caldes d’Estrac along the Paseo de los Ingleses. This was the area where most embassies had their residences in the past. There is no train that runs along the beach….just a fantastic boardwalk and lots of chiringuitos. (Yvette Oliveau)

  • MumAbroad
    Posted at 14:11h, 16 July Reply

    For those looking for peace and rest for children I would recommend to spend a day in Caldes d’Estrac (Caldetes). You can get there by train from Barcelona and the train station is walking distance from the beach. Caldetes is very small but there is a long beach to stroll and a play park for children. I like “El Taller” restaurant. The cost per person is around 35€ average so nothing sophisticated but good catalan cooking. (Sara Salas)

  • MumAbroad
    Posted at 19:01h, 17 July Reply

    The inflatables are not suitable for little ones. They need to be minimum 120cm tall and you have to swim out to them. Last summer we went with my nephews who are in their late teens and they had a great time. Some of the high slides and drops are not for the faint hearted. Sessions are 10€ an hour and everyone has to wear a life jacket. (Jane Mitchell)

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