Turisme de L'Hospitalet de l'Infant i la Vall de Llors

 

L'Hospitalet de l'Infant i La Vall de Llors has four beaches: L’Almadrava, L’Arenal, La Punta del Riu and El Torn. These long beaches of fine, golden sand and transparent waters are ideal for enjoying with the whole family. Perfect for almost all types of sport and enjoying nature, the beaches of L’Hospitalet de l’Infant are a luxury within the reach of all.

 


BLUE FLAGS

 

The beaches of L'Hospitalet de l'Infant i La Vall de Llors can boast the EMAS certificate and the European Blue Flag. These distinctions guarantee that the beaches meet with stringent requirements for quality, services and environmental management:

  • High quality bathing waters
  • Cleanliness
  • Their own toilets
  • Lifeguard and first aid services

Our beaches offer a wide range of services and activities, including beach childminding, sports on the sand (volleyball, football, etc.), and a wide variety of water sports.

 

Come and take a dip!

 

Arenal Beach

At 2.300 metres, this is the longest beach in L’Hospitalet de l’Infant and the nearest to the town centre. It is very wide and has fine, golden sand. Opposite it you will find the headquarters of the Costa Daurada Water Sports Resort where you can organise a wide range of sports activities, including sailing, kite surfing, windsurfing and guided kayak and mountain bike tours.

 

Punta del Riu Beach

The 700-metre-long Punta del Riu Beach is next to the L’Hospitalet de l’Infant marina and is ideal for water sports.

 

El Torn Beach

El Torn is an internationally known nudist beach with attractive dunes and vegetation. It is 1,600 metres long and part of a protected nature reserve.

 

Almadrava Beach

L’Almadrava Beach, in the whitewashed village of the same name, is known for its tranquillity, fine, golden sand and transparent waters. It is 1,600 metres long.

 

 

Beach Guide

 

Discover the seabed! 
Three routes to discover the seabed

 

Through these routes, the snorkelers can observe the most characteristic species of Posidonia, which is a plant, not a seaweed, with roots, stems, leaves and flowers, considered by the European Union as a priority natural habitat.

 

The routes are located on Arenal beach near the marina, in Cala Bea cove and on Almadrava beach. In these tours there have been installed underwater panels, marked with a coloured buoy, where there is information and pictures of the most characteristic species on the seabed, so that swimmers, with their masks and snorkels, are able to identify them.

 

Reads the Sea! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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