In Calella we are in a privileged position. We are not far from anyone but not too close either. It does not take any effort to come here, nor are we bothered with leaving town for the afternoon. Although we are surrounded by sea and mountains, there are direct connections that are both modern and of high quality. Our peculiarity is that visitors, who arrive here easily, feel a kind of nostalgia when they leave. A feeling of having found in this part of the Maresme region, a little piece of home.
At 50 km from both Barcelona and Girona, we receive the influence of these two capitals in our city without losing its own identity.
There are many ways to arrive to Calella, both from these cities (most common for those who come by plane) as well as by road or train.
If you come to Calella in your own vehicle, you will find more than a thousand payment car park in different areas of the city, and you can also manage the parking ticket from your mobile phone. The AparcarE app, which can be downloaded for free for both Android and Apple devices, allows you to pay parking in the blue zone and renew it from anywhere, without having to go to the meter, as well as request the return of the time not consumed in case of leaving before paid time has expired.Download Map Calella
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For those traveling to Calella by plane, you can arrive to both the airport of Barcelona and Girona. These cities are located at the same distance. Once at the airport, the easiest way is to take the train if you are travelling from Barcelona airport (information under these lines), rent a car, or take a bus.
Fans of road trips have several options. In Calella you can reach the N-II road or you can get there by the C-32 or C-60 motorways, making it possible to arrive from Sabadell, Terrassa or Vic, in less than an hour. To avoid wasting time searching for parking, below these lines you can find the most comfortable options for leaving your car.
The railway is the most important and effective public transportation in Calella. It connects both airports of Barcelona, Girona and the Costa Brava. Trains arrive and depart every hour and its frequency increases in summer. Going by train is amazing: It goes alongside the coast without ever losing sight of the sea until it drops travellers off directly on the beach of Calella.
The bus provides good combinations for those seeking an alternative to the train. These are the lines that arrive to Calella: Barcelona-Girona-Figueres (93 593 11 12) Blanes – Universidad Autónomma (93 593 11 12) Line: Calella-Blanes-Hostalric (93 593 11 12) Night bus line N-82 The company Sagalés offers a shuttle with departures daily service and single ticket is priced at €9.5 and the journey takes 1 h i 5' approximately.
[+] info: www.sagales.com
Two well-equipped ports allow captains to dock at the port of Calella with ease, in order to visit it. The port of Blanes in the north, is 9 meters deep and with 8 docks, is the largest of them. To the south you will find the harbour of Arenys de Mar , which is 6 meters deep and has 5 docks. From the two cities it is easy to reach Calella by renting a car, a motorcycle, train or bus.
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