Barcelona is synonymous with the Mediterranean and a time-honoured seafaring tradition dating back to Roman times. Barcelona has lived on the sea and for the sea. The sea has made it a crossroads of cultures; a fun, relaxing place where there's room for everyone; a place with a wide range of resources, infrastructures and activities to suit people of all ages and backgrounds. If you enjoy sailing, water sports or just like to relax by the sea, Barcelona offers you all kinds of services and facilities so that you can enjoy your favourite activities while you admire the city's coastline and beaches.
3 must-see hop-off attractions
When at rent a boat barcelona, the variety of amazing attractions there makes it difficult to decide what to visit. Let us help you with a selection! Make sure you hop off at the Sagrada Familia, bus stop 4 (Blue Line), and prepare to be amazed by the beautiful cathedral designed by Antoni Gaudi, with 8 towers offering breath-taking views over the city. Another hot attraction is Passeig de Gracia, bus stop 3 (Blue Line). You can't skip going for a stroll through the trendiest shopping and business area showcasing the city's finest pieces of architecture. And last but not least, hop off at bus stop 22 (Red Line) in the Gothic Quarter and lose yourself in the medieval labyrinthine streets.
The Green Line: enjoy the Mediterranean shoreline
If you are visiting Barcelona between 18 March and 1 November, you'll want to get the full loop on the Green Line. Go all the way from the first to the very last stop in a hop-on, hop-off frenzy. This route goes by all Barcelona's Mediterranean beaches plus the most modern, though less known area of the city: the 22@ district, the Fòrum, the Poblenou, and the Port Olímpic. Get to know this exclusive area that the most successful technology companies have chosen for their local offices whilst enjoying the quiet waters of the Mediterranean Sea.