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The Catalan beaches to which the Blue Bandara will be awarded this year, a distinctive of international recognition that premia water quality, as well as environmental management, safety, facilities, services, information and environmental education on the beaches. In addition, they also reward marinas in the same categories, of which 22 have achieved the distinction. Thus, Catalonia adds two more beaches to the list, although it loses a port compared to last year.

The award is granted by the Environmental Education Foundation in collaboration with the Association for Environmental and Consumer Education (Adeac). In total, Spain has once again established itself as a world leader in the number of Blue Flag beaches and ports.

In addition, this June, the environmental authorities of the Generalitat have analyzed the waters of the 255 bathing areas on the coast, of which 98% have achieved the certificate of excellence and only three have remained with the one of good sanitary quality.

As a result of the Covid, the Generalitat drew up a protocol in which it is recommended that municipalities calculate the amaximum forum of its beaches considering a minimum of 4 square meters per bather. To control it, last summer in 50% of the large Blue Flag beaches, technological measures were used to control the capacity and in 52% guards were hired to control the capacity, according to the Adeac report.

These are the Catalan municipalities with award-winning beaches:


– Blanes: Blanes, Sabanell and Sant Francesc beach (Cala Bona)

– Castle – Platja d’Aro: Cala Rovira, Playa d’Aro and Sa Conca

– Castelló d’Empúries: Empúriabrava beach

– Llançà: Grifeu and del Port beaches

– Lloret de Mar: Sa Boadella and Santa Cristina beach

– Palafrugell: beaches of Canadell, Llafranc and Tamariu

– Palamós: La Fosca beach

– Port de la Selva: Port de la Selva beach

– Sant Antoni de Calonge: Es Monestrí beach, Torre Valentina, Sant Antoni and Cristos-SesTorretes cove

– Sant Feliu de Guíxols: beaches of Sant Feliu and Sant Pol

– Torroella de Montgrí: Cala Montgó

– Tossa de Mar: Gran de Tossa beach and La Mar Menuda


– Badalona: Cristall beach

– Barcelona: Nova Mar Bella beach, Bogatell and Sant Sebastià and Sant Miquel

– Caldes d’Estrac: Tres Micos beach

– Calella: Garbí beach

– Canet de Mar: Canet beach

– Castelldefels: Lluminetes and Baixador beaches

– Cubelles: Long beach

– El Masnou: Ocata beach and El Masnou

– Gavà: Gavà Mar beach

– Malgrat de Mar: Malgrat and Astillero beach

– Pineda del Mar: Pescadors beach and La Riera

– Sant Pol de Mar: Les Barques beach

– Sitges: beaches of Sant Sebastià, Aiguadolç, Balmins, Garraf, L’Estanyol, La Barra, La Ribera, Les Botigues and Terramar

– Vilanova i la Geltrú: Adarró beach, Ribes-Roges, Sant Gervasi and Ibsersol


– Altafulla: Altafulla beach

– Calafell: Segur de Calafell beach, L’Estany-Mas Mel and Calafell

– Cambrils: La Llosa beach, Cavet, Prat d’en Forés-Regueral

– Cunit: Cunit-Llevant and Cunit-Ponent beaches

– La Pineda: Vila-seca beach

– Mont-roig del Camp: Pixerota beach, Cristall, Cala Vienesos-Dels Espenyals and Casa dels Lladres

– Roda de Barà: Costa Daurada beach

– Salou: Llevant and Capellans beach

– Tarragona: Tamarit beach, La Móra, Savinosa and L’Arrabassada

– Torredembarra: Els Muntanyans beach, Barri Marítim and La Paella

– Vandellós and L’Hospitalet de l’Infant: La Punta del riu beach, El Arenal and Torn

Ebro lands

– Alcanar: beach of Les Cases d’Alcanar-El Marjal

– Deltebre: Riumar beach

– L’Ametlla de Mar: Calafató beach, Sant Jordi d’Alfama, Cala Forn, Pixavaques and Alghero

– L’Ampolla: Cap Roig beach and Les Avellanes

– Sant Carles de la Ràpita: Garbí Park beach and Les Delícies

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