Holidays the whole family will enjoy

Calella holidays are definitely beached based as it is part of a 50km stretch of vast golden sands. Spotlessly clean beaches stretch for miles and miles so they are never overcrowded.

Never ending beaches and colourful carnivals

During high season, the local council organise beach games and entertainment for the kids, so you can lie back and relax. There are over 1,000 sun beds to choose from but if you can drag yourselves away for a couple of hours there are plenty of water sports available. Try your hand at water skiing, windsurfing, scuba diving, snorkeling and even supervised canoeing. Or there again, you could stay on your sun bed and just watch!

There’s even a beach library incase you run out of reading material during your holidays in Calella. A leisurely stroll along the coastline will take you along rugged cliff paths giving panoramic views of the Mediterranean, or explore the stunning beauty of Dalmau Natural Park.

The people of Calella certainly know how to party, every month there are colourful fiestas, carnivals and parades and each Sunday night sees the Sardana – a fiery Catalonian dance – performed on the beach. Early June is the Sardana Festival, and September sees one of the biggest Fiestas, La Minerva, with the Miss Calella beauty contest and magnificent parade of huge papier mache figures.

The sea front promenade is home to many bars and restaurants so you need never go far for refreshments, the old part of Calella with its quaint narrow streets offers a more traditional Spanish feeling with tapas bars and restaurants serving traditional Catalan dishes.

Currency: Euro

Language: Spanish

Time Difference: GMT +1

Religion: Roman Catholic

Visit Barcelona and Port Aventura

If you’re ready for a break from all that relaxing on the beach then take a trip into Barcelona, trains run every half hour, or hop on a bus to nearby Lloret de Mar. A trip to Portaventura in Salou is an absolute must, one of the largest theme parks in Spain, based on Busch Gardens in Florida and a world of rides and entertainment for all the family, you may even need more than one visit to appreciate it all. The Dolphinarium at nearby Blanes is also an excellent day out with its highly entertaining shows.

Nightlife on your Calella holidays will be lively and is suitable for young couples and families alike, a friendly youthful crowd is drawn to the British bars, vibrant discos and friendly cafes, yet it never seems to be as boisterous as other resorts. For a quieter night, head to the older traditional part of town. Accommodation in Calella varies from great value self catering to luxury hotels.

Calella is a lively, friendly resort with its fantastic beaches being the biggest attraction, the entertainment and facilities here are all very pleasant added extras! So if that sounds like exactly what you are looking for then book your holidays to Calella at Late Deals online today.

Places to Visit

Damalu Park

– This is possibly the most peaceful and tranquil spot in Calella. A wonderful place to chill, set amongst Pinewoods and fountains, there are also play areas to keep the younger ones amused. It is certainly a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of the beach.


– Only an hour’s train ride away is the amazing city of Barcelona. Truly one of the world’s great cities with its Gaudi influenced architecture and stylish shops along Las Ramblas. The Olympic Stadium is a must see destination along with the magnificent Nou Camp Stadium home to FC Barcelona football team.


– A trip up the mountains with spectacular scenery brings you to the Benedictine monastery at Montserrat. This fantastic monastery is home to the famous Black Madonna statue and quite amazing rock formations it really is an area of outstanding beauty