The 9 Best places on the Catalonian Coast for surfers (Part 2)

El Prat

Is it possible that the wind was generated by the continuous arrival and departure of the aircraft at the Aeropuerto de Barcelona – El Prat? Or do these waves naturally cause, just like in other parts of the Catalonia Coast? Regardless of the answer, El Prat’s beach provides waves for right and left hands.

The location is in the plain of the Llobregat River, with waves of up to two meters for surfers of all levels. Surfers in Catalonia favor this position, and when the conditions are right, El Prat has a full lineup. Get there by public transport these days, because parking spots are like needles in a haystack.


The cemetery is a place in Sitges. Sitges have a long tradition of surfing. It is one of the favorite places of Longboarders Catalan. The city offers more than just a famous beach, it also has delicious seafood restaurants and a vibrant nightlife.

Because it is a popular spot, parking can be difficult. But in good condition, the beach bins are worth it. The location, near the Sitges cemetery, gave the site a name.

Río Besòs

While most points on the Catalonian coast are beaches, this is different from all others. At Río Besos the wave breaks a rock on the right, meaning it’s a break point. And that is not the only difference.

The site is located at the mouth of the Besòs River in Sant Adrià de Besòs, less than ten kilometers north of Barcelona. This is a secret gem among Catalonia surf spots for more advanced surfers.


The long stretch of Montgat has many beach tops. Whenever the points near Masnou get too crowded, Catalonian surfers take over the variables and change Montgat’s peak.

Respect their secrets and you will find you enjoy going out. The break provides both left and right waves for beginners as well as intermediate surfers. The only way down here is the parking lot.