1- Swimming pool of Creueta del Coll
Located in the middle of the park Creueta del Coll this swimming pool is on a little island furbished of by palm trees. It is surrounded by a large artificial lake where Barcelona’s inhabitants like come to chill in summer, away from the noisy beaches.
You can spend all day there as the park is very large and has areas of picnic areas or áreas to enjoy basketball, ping-pong and games for children.
When? From May to September, Monday to Sunday, from 10 am until dusk
Where? Passeig de la mare de Deu del Coll, No. 77 (Gràcia)Metro: El Coll / Teixonera (L5)
Bus: 28, 87 y 92
2- Can Dragó swimming pool
Can Dragó pool is the largest of Barcelona, with nearly 3000 square meters, it is not likely to be crowded!
Can Dragó pool belongs to a large municipal sports complex and is surrounded by large expanses of lawn. Moreover, it is ideal for children as it does not exceed 1.30m deep.
When? During the summer months, Monday to Friday: 7am-22h45 Saturday: 9h-20h45, Sunday and holidays: 9am-13:45
Where? Rossel i Porcel, 7 (Sant Andreu)Metro: Sant Andreu (L1)
Bus: 36, 62, 96, 97, 104, 132
3- Club Natació Atlètic
When? Every day of the year, Monday–Friday: 6:30 am-23h Saturday: 7am-23h Sunday: 17h–8h (October to May) and 8h-20h (May to September)
Where? Plaza del Mar (Barceloneta)Metro: Barceloneta (L4)
Bus: 17, 39, 64
4- Swimming pool of Montjuic
How much? About 7 euros, less than 5 years: free of charge, 6-14 years and over 65 years: about 5 euros
When? 3 August to 1 September, Monday to Sunday from 11am to 18:30
Where? Avinguda de Miramar, 31 (Montjuïc)
Metro: Plaça Espanya (L1, L3). Take the escalators Avinguda Maria Cristina.
Bus: 55, 150 y 13
Funicular: from Paral · lel, the price of a normal transportation
5- Fórum swimming area