This bike tour is relaxing, healthy way to explore Barcelona’s seafront and beaches. Explore the fishing neighbourhood of La Barceloneta and el Parc de la Ciutadella where the Catalan Parliament and Olympic Village are located. We’ll pass by patios where delicious tapas and paellas are served as well as the surrounding areas which are less touristic.
The Barcelona coastline is a biker’s paradise as it features an extensive network of bicycle lanes.
A suitable journey for all visitors because its avoids motor traffic.
The tour is great for breathing fresh air while pedalling along peacefully.
The itinerary stays close to the Barcelona’s historic centre (the Gothic Quarter and Born neighbourhood).
This part of Barcelona has seen a spectacular evolution over the last few decades.
Includes a journey through the old and new harbour and the most well-known beaches of Barcelona.
A very lively area with bars, restaurants and music venues.
Passes through the splendid Parc de la Ciutadella, a former military citadel and current premises of the Catalan Parliament.
Visitors can spot some the most emblematic elements of Barcelona’s skyline, such as the Columbus Statue, the Mapfre tower, the Golden Fish sculpture and the Vela Hotel.
You’ll have plenty of time to listen, observe, ask questions and take photographs.
Learn about the history and curious aspects area and the heritage of Barcelona’s coastline. And of course, ask as much as you like.
I adapt to the needs to any group, including groups with mobility issues or groups with children.
This guided tour is a unique, relaxing way to survey one of the newest parts of the city: the seafront.
Cycling away from the crowds of tourists, we’ll cover an area of the city that was largely ignored prior to the Olympic Games. Now, its becomes one of the city’s main summer attractions.
By taking advantage of the extensive network of bicycle lanes and areas with less traffic, we’ll travel through the old harbour with the Columbus statue, the traditional fishing neighbourhood of La Barceloneta, the Olympic Village, the beaches and el Parc de la Ciutadella, which encompasses the zoo, some beautiful gardens, a lake and waterfall and the Catalan Parliament.
We’ll stop in less crowded areas to talk about history, the transformation of the harbour and the beaches. Visitors can take photos, admire the skyline, including the Hotel Vela and the Mapfre tower. Lastly, I’ll recommend some excellent places to eat that are off the beaten track.
Visitors must be able to ride a bike.
We recommend wearing a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen.
Plaça de Sant Jaume
Itinerary from la Barceloneta to el Parc de la Ciutadella.
Recommendations for the best bars, tapas restaurants and paella along the seafront.
Explanations in English with an accredited guide.
Transport (bike rental is around 6€ per person)
Food or drinks