Port Olímpic

Nautical sports, beaches and restaurants make this port, built for the Olympic Games, in an ideal area for the leisure of the elderly, young, child, Barcelonians or foreigners.

Barcelona's Olympic Port is one of the city's most vibrant harbour areas and an important landmark in Barcelona's urban development. This marina was built as part of the preparations for the 1992 Olympic Games, by architects Oriol Bohigas, Josep Martorell, David Mackay and Albert Puigdomènech, and has become a landmark of the city.

It is located in the Barceloneta neighbourhood, just east of the historic city centre. It was built on the site of a disused industrial area, which meant a major urban transformation for the city. It has a total of 740 moorings for sports boats and is home to several sailing clubs and sailing schools. In addition, it offers a wide range of services for visitors, such as shops, restaurants, bars and nightclubs, making it a popular tourist destination for both locals and foreign visitors.

One of the main attractions of the Olympic Port is its impressive promenade, which stretches along the coastline offering a panoramic view of the Mediterranean Sea. It is an ideal place to take a stroll and enjoy the views of the harbour and the nearby beach.

The harbour is also home to the famous Hotel Arts Barcelona, a five-star luxury hotel with 44 floors offering breathtaking views of the city and the Mediterranean Sea. The hotel is a popular venue for events and celebrations, with several renowned restaurants and bars.

In addition to its tourist attractions, the Olympic Port hosts various sporting and cultural events throughout the year. One of the most important events is the Barcelona World Race sailing regatta, which is held every four years and attracts some of the world's best sailors. There are also numerous music and cultural festivals held in the port throughout the year, making it a lively and vibrant place.

It is an ideal place to enjoy a wide range of water sports such as sailing, windsurfing and kayaking. It is also an excellent starting point for exploring the city of Barcelona. Within walking distance is the Barceloneta district, known for its seafood restaurants and relaxed atmosphere.

Contact details

Passeig Marítim del Port Olímpic, 08005 Barcelona

How to get there


Ciutadella Vila Olímpica
47, 59, 136, D20, H16, V21, V23, V27

Get In Touch

Mestre Enric Morera 25, 08339 Vilassar de Dalt, Barcelona


Phone:  +34 937 53 27 08

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Phone: +34 937 53 27 08