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Hotels in Calella

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Pau García Solbes

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Located along the picturesque Costa del Maresme, Calella is a seaside city northeast of Barcelona that is fast becoming one of the most desirable getaway vacations in the region of Catalonia. Before its tourism boom, the city was known for textiles and fishing.

There are plenty of affordable accommodation options in the Calella area for holidamakers. Choose to stay in budget friendly hostels and hotels in town or close to the seafront..

Neighbourhoods of Calella

Calella consists of a number of districts:

  • Sant Feliu de Guixols: This is a very traditional location where visitors can sample some vintage Calella style culture and history.
  • Beaches: Calella boasts a luxurious 3km long beach that promises visitors will never feel cramped or crowded when enjoying a day on the sand.
  • Pineda de Mar: This is a neighboring district that is filled with restaurants, shops and bars, welcoming to locals and tourists alike.
  • Park Dalmau de Calella: This is a wonderful green outdoor space that gives visitors the chance to get away from the city and enjoy some natural beauty.

What to see and do in Calella

Calella has lots to offer for visitors of all persuasions and interests, including the famous Montenegro National Park, the lighthouse and museum, and the Castell de Santa Florentina in the wine region.

What to eat in Calella

Calella is famous for its wonderful food culture and any visitor absolutely cannot miss out on trying the likes of paella packed with seafood, gallo de Sant Pere which is another fish dish, and bastina which is a garlic and oil dressing that is widely used as an accompaniment to lots of meals.

Typical events and festivals in Calella

A visit to Calella at any time of the year will have some kind of event to enjoy, including the Festimatge Calella in April, Calella Summer Nights in July and August, and Calella Oktoberfest in September and October.

How to move around in Calella

The main form of transport in and around Calella is the reliable and regular bus service. There is also a frequent rail service connecting Calella with Barcelona.

The climate in Calella

Calella enjoys warm summers and mild winters, with a lower than average level of rain through the year. Any rainfall that does arise is usually in the form of sparse thunderstorms in autumn.

More interesting facts about and sights in Calella

Did you know that Calella is the birthplace of famous Arsenal footballing hero Hector Bellerin?

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Calella

The most centrally located hotels in Calella with the best ratings are: El Pekinaire Bed And Breakfast, Hotel Mediterrani Express and Hotel Kaktus Playa.

You can make reservations at Hotel Sant Jordi Boutique if you´re looking for a hotel with valet service for your visit to Calella.

If you're bringing a vehicle, we recommend that you book a hotel with parking in Calella, like El Pekinaire Bed And Breakfast, Hotel Mediterrani Express or Hotel Les Palmeres.

If you need a hotel with disabled access in Calella, we recommend Hotel Kaktus Playa, Hotel Volga and Hotel Les Palmeres.

If you´re looking for peace and quiet and want to stay at an adult-only hotel in Calella, we recommend Casablanca Suites Adults Only.

According to our clients, if you´re travelling with children, the best hotels in Calella are Hotel Mar Blau, Hotel Les Palmeres and Hotel Kaktus Playa.

If you want to save time, the hotels in Calella with express check-in and check-out are Hotel Sant Jordi Boutique and Hotel Internacional.

The best hotels with a pool in Calella are Hotel Mediterrani Express, Hotel Kaktus Playa and Hotel Sant Jordi Boutique.

Some of the options for hotels with non-smoking rooms in Calella are El Pekinaire Bed And Breakfast, Hotel Mediterrani Express and Hotel Kaktus Playa.

In Calella, El Pekinaire Bed And Breakfast, Hotel Mediterrani Express and Hotel Kaktus Playa offer 24-hour front desk service.