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Las Golondrinas Boat Trip

Moll de les Drassanes, 2, 08039 Barcelona, Spain (0)
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  • Barcelona
  • Group activity
  • Port/Hotel pick-up & drop-off
  • Step-free itinerary


Get aboard the Las Golondrinas and enjoy a panoramic viewpoint of the beautiful city of Barcelona from the sea, during a 90 minute boat ride from the Drassanes wharf all the way to the Olympic Marina and the Port Fòrum.

The boat departs into the open sea before sailing along the coast to the famous beach of Barceloneta and continues to the contemporary constructions of the Port Olímpic and Vila Olímpica, built for the 1992 Olympic Games. Admire the beaches of Nova Icària, Bogatell, Mar Bella and Nova Mar Bella and get spectacular views of the Sagrada Familia in the distance. The trip is perfect for both children and adults, providing a unique opportunity to enjoy the nature and see different views of the city.

Las Golondrinas began its adventure in 1888, at the same time as the completion of La Rambla, and the construction of the Columbus Monument.

The boats have step-free access through ramps and are equipped with adapted toilets. The upper deck area is only reachable by stairs but the deck downstairs has both an outside and inside seating area.


  • Take a 1.5 hour cruise along the sea front of Barcelona and enjoy spectacular views of the city’s skyline
  • Follow a 125-year-old tradition, dating back to the construction of La Rambla and the Columbus Monument
  • See the contemporary constructions of the Vila Olímpica and Port Olímpic
  • Sail an 18-mile route to the harbor of Port Fòrum and back

What’s included

  • Tickets to 90-minute boat tour showcasing Barcelona’s seafront, including the harbour, beaches, Olympic Marina and Forum site

What’s not included

  • Personal expenses
  • Transportation to and from the boat (can be arranged for an additional fee)


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