Hotels in Santa Susana
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Santa Susana 250 yd from city centre
Featuring a garden and a terrace, Santasunana is set in Santa Susanna. The guest house features family rooms. Lloret de Mar...
Santa Susanna Resort
Santa Susana 475 yd from city centre
The Santa Susanna Resort Hotel is situated approximately 1.2 kms from the beach, which has its own water-sports centre. The...
Santa Susana 600 yd from city centre
Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as an outdoor pool or take in the view from a terrace and a garden. This...
Aqua Montagut Suites
Santa Susana 786 yd from city centre
The hotel is s located 150 metres from the beach of Santa Susanna and just 55 km north of Barcelona.
Santa Susana 801 yd from city centre
Location: on the Maresme coast in the Santa Susana tourist area, 700 m. from the beach. Catalonia's main tourist spots are...
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A sun, sea and sand paradise just moments from Barcelona, Santa Susanna is an ideal beach holiday destination in Catalonia. Located on a beautiful strip of natural coastline known as the Costa de Barcelona, the town provides excellent links to the Costa Brava for a memorable Mediterranean maritime holiday, with spectacular inland hiking opportunities via the Massif Montnegre.
Santa Susanna has a number of fantastic accommodation options suiting a range of budgets, including affordable hotels and hostels.
Neighbourhoods of Santa Susanna
Although compact, Santa Susanna has a number of very charming neighbourhoods, including:
- Old Town: Set away from the beach, the old town offers nostalgic charm with narrow cobbled alleyways and old buildings and squares housing traditional restaurants.
- Beach: The legendary beaches of Santa Susanna stretch for miles, offering unspoilt access to the Mediterranean Sea and a plenitude of seafront bars stretching along to Platja dels Pins.
What to see and do in Santa Susanna
When you’re not soaking up the glorious sunshine on Platja Susanna, you can indulge in a number of activities in the area. For families with young ones, Marineworld is a perfect afternoon out with sea lion shows and a water park. There's also Water World, Europe's largest water park with incredible rides and slides. History buffs should stop by Parish Church, Chapel of Sant Isidre and Can Rates tower for a taste of the town's rich heritage.
What to eat in Santa Susanna
It should come as no surprise that Santa Susanna offers some impressive Catalonian fish and seafood dishes. In particular, romesco de peix, a fish stew with white wine and clams, is a real treat for the senses. You should also try seafood paella and fideaus (a paella with noodles instead of rice).
Typical events and festivals in Santa Susanna
Santa Susanna hosts a number of festivities around the year. One to look out for is Festa Major, a celebration of Santa Susanna which runs in June and features concerts and fun activities. Late June also brings a Solstace Festival with fireworks and festivities.
How to move around in Santa Susanna
Santa Susanna is easily traversed via foot, but the best way to experience the coastal region at large is by train. Santa Susanna train station is located just behind the beach, connecting many beautiful seaside towns and sites together via a beautiful coastal train line.
The climate in Santa Susanna
Santa Susanna benefits from a Mediterranean and temperate climate, creating mild winters and dry, hot summers.
More interesting facts about and sights in Santa Susanna
Santa Susanna may be a stunning beachside destination, but it also offers plenty of outdoor pursuits in the beautiful Massif Montenegre National Park, including horse riding and mountain biking - all just moments from the town centre.