What to see in Malgrat de Mar?
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What to see in Malgrat de Mar?
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Discover what to see and do during your holidays on the coast of Barcelona

What to see in Malgrat de Mar?

Malgrat de Mar is a coastal municipality with a long tourist tradition belonging to the Coast of Barcelona.

Certified since 2007 as a Family Destination, Malgrat de Mar offers a multitude of activities to enjoy with the family, as well as cultural activities, related to nature or history.

Are you coming to know this beautiful municipality of Maresme?

What to see in Malgrat de Mar?

Church of Sant Nicolau

In the old quarter of the town, we find the church of Sant Nicolau, a neoclassical-style parish church dedicated to Sant Nicolau (patron saint of sailors and children) and Sant Antoni Abad (patron saint of animals and farmers). It is also known as the "Cathedral of the Coast" due to its large dimensions and its location on the coast of Barcelona.

What to see in Malgrat de Mar?

Town hall

A few meters from the church there is the town hall of Malgrat de Mar, a completely remodeled modernist-style building inaugurated in 1913. The use of the trencadís technique and materials such as wrought iron, typical of modernist architecture, stands out.

What to see in Malgrat de Mar?

Peixateries Velles and the municipal market

Next to the town hall are the Peixateries Velles, the place where meat and fish vendors put up their stalls in the 19th century, and the municipal market of Malgrat de Mar, with six stalls where you can buy fresh fish, meat, fruit and vegetables today, open from Monday to Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

What to see in Malgrat de Mar?

Weekly market

Every Thursday the weekly market of Malgrat de Mar is also held, divided into a food market (Plaça de Catalunya) and another for clothing and accessories (on Carrer Joan Maragall and Carrer Roger de Flor). These markets are the perfect opportunity to buy quality fresh produce from the coast of Barcelona.

What to see in Malgrat de Mar?

Torre de la Vídua de Can Sala and Escoles Noves i Cases dels Mestres

In the center of Malgrat de Mar you can also visit the Torre de la Vídua de Can Sala, which is part of a group of houses built at the beginning of the 20th century, and the Escoles Noves i Cases dels Mestres, a group of buildings from the noucentista architecture (a Catalan cultural movement of the early 20th century).

What to see in Malgrat de Mar?

Parc del Castell and Francesc Macià park

Malgrat de Mar also has exceptional green areas such as Parc de Castell and Francesc Macià park, a true green lung within the urban area.

In the Parc del Castell is the Torre del Castell, the remains of a small tower listed as a Cultural Asset of National Interest located on a plain from where you can enjoy views of the castles of Palafolls and Blanes.

What to see in Malgrat de Mar?

La Pilona

About 400 meters from the coast of Malgrat de Mar are the remains of the last tower that brought the iron from the Can Gelat and Can Palomeres mines to the anchored ships, a foundation and iron structure called La Pilona, ​​all a symbol of the population.

What to see in Malgrat de Mar?

Festes majors

If you are looking for a special date to visit the town, in mid-August they celebrate the festa major de Sant Roc, the Malgrat de Mar summer festivities, and at the beginning of December, the festa major de Sant Nicolau, the festivities of Malgrat de Mar winter.

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