Holidays to Vilanova i la Geltru
A neat little beach town just 40 minutes out of Barcelona by train, its beachfront is clean, long and full of opportunities for watersports, sailing and soaking up the sun. With 1 or 2 expensive yachts moored in the marina, it's a little more exclusive and cultural than other sister resorts along the coast. Perfect for families or older couples, it offers the Catalan Riviera glitz with easy access to Barcelona's culture and glamour.
A well equipped option, with beach sports, sunloungers, parasols and the Xiringuito El Zero beach bar.
Playa de Sant Gervasi
A quiet local beach, with showers, sunloungers and a few small bars along its golden sands and reasonably calm waters.
One of the best kept streets in Catalonia, its second longest rambla is an all Spanish shopping and dining affair.
The old town
A tour lets you take in Ribes Roges Tower, the ornate library museum of Victor Balaguer or the Romanticism Museum.
Boats, of multiple classes, are available from the harbour; ranging from beginner to multi or single occupancy vessels.
Visit the Museu del Ferrocarril
The history of the Spanish railway is laid bare in a very tactile way in a museum which hosts a huge range of engines.
The town's yachting jet set are fed and watered by a few well reviewed restaurants, especially in neighbouring Sitges.
Prawns, shellfish and squid are common, especially in dishes like the paella-esque Fideuas or Suquet de Peix stew.
Drinking in Vilafranca
Bars like Devilanova, Sunsito, Dalai and the Lizard Music Club, offer a decent, if compact, little scene in town.
Espai Celler Can Pujol
One of the last in Vilanova, here you can sample and buy the produce of one the world's most prolific regions.
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