Well established as the emblematic area of Barcelona with 740 berths and 85 commercial establishments,
the Port Olímpic de Barcelona Marina was built for the Barcelona Olympic Games in 1992.
It forms part of Olympic Village's attractive sea front, set in the heart of Barcelona's maritime zone and surrounded by beaches, gardens and buildings as prominent as the Torre Mapfre and the Hotel Arts, being what might be classed as an 'Urban Port' thanks to its easy access from all locations, including public transport such as the underground (Line 4 CIUDADELA) and several buses (lines 36, 45, 59 and 71) which serve Port Olímpic.
A marina committed to the environment, where all kinds of facilities are provided to ensure its users can also effortlessly share in this commitment and enjoy sailing in a marine setting.
Resulting from this policy are the certificates ISO 9001, 14001, EMAS and the Blue Flag, granted year after year.
With a close eye also on practical aspects, berths are available from 7 to 30 metres in length, all equipped with services that can only be offered by modern ports, an unbeatable service at your disposal so you can experience the sea to the full; experience it first-hand.
Port Olímpic is an open port, conceived and designed to equip Barcelona with a set of nautical facilities and services, along with a wide variety of dining and recreation options of the type and quality our emblematic city demands. Far from being only a marina, Port Olímpic is a facility that is dedicated to and part of society, offering a long list of activities: athletic, cultural, charitable, gastronomic, and recreational… so that both the citizens of the Catalonian capital and the thousands of tourists who visit the city every day can enjoy these magnificent surroundings and the maritime atmosphere.
There are events like the Olimpic Market, open during different months of the year (May, June, July and October). This is a happening that is already an important occasion on the city's calendar, where one can enjoy the magnificent atmosphere and an ample variety of products and activities for those of all ages, thanks to its excellent organisation and dynamic offerings.
Marina Day, held in the middle of June, is an initiative backed by the Catalonian Association of Marinas, and already a reality at our facilities. An incredible festive weekend during which the port reaches out to the whole city, introducing different nautical activities, like small boat sailing, SUP, rowing, fishing, and regattas, thereby cultivating interest in these activities amongst young people and their families, and dispelling the stereotype that nautical recreation is elitist.
In the sports sphere there is the thrilling Thousand Miles High Seas Sailing Championship of Spain, which kicks off in mid July, as the port welcomes the brave sailors as they finish their gruelling Mediterranean crossing.
There are popular regattas held on weekends at the Club de Mar Port Olímpic, with classic events like the Christmas Regatta, now a 20-year tradition, and a broad variety of nautical activities are offered every day in the waters of the port (small boat sailing, SUP, corporate events), organised by the extensive list of companies located in the port. They turn our facilities into a sports centre offering endless options or all the ages.
The team's philosophy at the Port Olímpic de Barcelona is to offer high-quality services at our facilities and to the crews of the vessels that visit us.
Head of Administration
Reception and reservations
2nd Captain and Maintenance Manager
Head of the Dry dock