Sant Gervasi Beach

The Sant Gervasi beach, also known as the Chaplains beach, takes its name from the mount Sant Gervasi, where you can see the Baroque style Sant Gervasi hermitage which was used as a fort at the end of the 18th century to defend the coastline. This fort was knocked down at the beginning of the 20th century to be replaced by the Xalet de Miramar, popularly known as the Xalet del Nin.

Sant Gervasi is situated in a residencial seafront and it is a long, flat beach with fine sand. At its north end with the mount Sant Gervasi and separated with a breakwater the Aiguadolç beach right at the end. It is around 210 m in length, 40 m wide with a total surface area of approximately 8,000 m².

The beach is accessible on foot, vehicles, bus or tourist train during the summer season. The parking area with disabled users is free.

The beach complies with quality and service requirements with certificates: BLUE FLAG, BIOSPHERE and ECOPLAYAS

During the bathing season from May 1st to 30th September:

  • No dogs or other animals allowed on beach area
  • Night fishing is permitted between the hours of 9 pm and 8 am

Lifeguard first aid cabin, during the bathing season

During the bathing season the beach also has:

  • Beach bar with cool drinks and ice creams
  • Xiringuito Miramar, restaurant, toilet and changing areas suitable for disabled users
  • Beach loungers, parasols and sunshade
  • Public showers and foot showers

Other services:

Beach area is cleaned daily, information signs, megaphone, rubbish bins, sea safety flags, water quality control, and amphibious beach chairs (contact to reserve 660779628).

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