The five beaches belonging to the town of Blanes are very different, but all of them are spectacular. The ones that are furthest from the centre are Sant Francesc (2 km away) and Treumal (4 km away). They both have fine golden sands and are surrounded by rich vegetation. In fact, Treumal is right next to a 500,000 m2 Botanical Garden, listed as a site of National Interest because of its unique plant collection.
Cala Sa Forcanera is 1 km from the town centre and just a few metres from the next cove. It’s small and idyllic because it’s hard to get to and therefore usually deserted. To reach it, you have to cross over private land or arrive by sea on a boat with no engine.
The bay closest to the centre of Blanes is Cala Punta Santa Anna, which is 75 metres long and lies just beyond the harbour. Its clear waters make it perfect for snorkelling or diving and exploring the underwater landscape.
Finally, the best option for large families is Blanes beach. Situated next to the town centre, it is 625 metres long and combines its natural beauty (golden sands and crystal-clear water) with all the standard amenities of large beaches: lifeguards, kiosk, showers, sun loungers for hire, etc.
Finding somewhere to park near the beaches of Blanes need not be difficult, thanks to the Saba car park on Paseo de Mar.