The women's beach. Also created when the coastline received a facelift prior to the 1992 Olympic Games.
The Nova Mar Bella, which extends for 500 metres, is very popular with women, who represent more than 60% of its users. Bathers, most of whom are young people, like the beach because it is quiet.
The Nova Mar Bella is one of the Barcelona's beaches with an area for people with disabilities, featuring all the necessary amenities to help people into and out of the water and make the most of their time on the beach.
Services: Red Cross, Local Police, beach information point, cloakroom, adapted showers, adapted public toilets, sun loungers, parasols, drinks and ice cream kiosks, sports, bicycle parking areas and restaurants.
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