About Pineda De Mar
Historic and relaxing, Pineda de Mar is a coastal town in Spain's Costa Brava. The Catalonian town has several historic buildings that date back to the seventeenth century as well as a Roman aqueduct over the Pineda River. Overlooking the blue waters of the Mediterranean, Pineda de Mar is also a quiet town to unwind during your next beach holiday. The area is easily accessible to airports in Barcelona and Girona, as well as other nearby cities by road or train. With one of the longest beaches on the Costa Brava and a host of accommodation options, the town is ideal for a memorable getaway.
When to Go
The Costa Brava's climate is mild and temperate, thanks to its location on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. While July and August are the hottest months, visitors will find warm temperatures and plenty of sunshine between May and October. Water temperatures are warmest from July to September. August is the most popular time to visit Costa Brava and its resort towns like Pineda de Mar, although it is also the hottest time of the year.
Where to Stay
Pineda de Mar has several family-friendly accommodation options that offer a range of services for families, including a children's activity program, special play areas, and more. Four-star options include the Hotel Top Pineda Palace, the Aqua Hotel Promenade, and the Hotel Golden Taurus Park Resort. More affordable three-star options include the Hotel Stella and Spa and the Hotel Fergus Montemar.
Attractions & Events
Known as a family-friendly holiday destination, there are plenty of leisure and entertainment options for children and families in Pineda de Mar. Pineda Animació is a dedicated programme for children aged 4 to 12. Based at Pescadors Beach, children can enjoy a wide range of activities from kayaking and dancing to football and volleyball. Waterworld, a popular water park in Lloret de Mar, is also a short drive away.
With its diverse landscape, Pineda de Mar offers visitors countless recreational opportunities on land and water. The town is a gateway to the idyllic Montnegre Nature Park, which has unforgettable walking and hiking trails amidst soaring peaks and scenic ocean views. There are also several mountain bike routes in the Montnegre Nature Park that challenge riders of all skill levels. Mild temperatures and perfect wind conditions make sailing a great way to explore the waters off Pineda de Mar. Other ways to enjoy the seascape include sea kayaking, waterskiing, wakeboarding, parasailing, and fishing.
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