Sant Pol has 10 beaches. Just a short walk from the railway station is the town’s main beach, a cove shared between bathers and the Club Nàutic Sant Pol de Mar, while Platja del Morer is a quieter stretch just north of the centre. The picture perfect Platja Rocagrossa is a 20-minute walk from the train station in the direction of Calella, to the north. Continuing north, there are several smaller beaches that offer rocky picnic spots as well as space to sunbathe. At the southern end, Platja de les Roques Blanques is a wilder stretch of beach, popular with nudists.
The rocky coves also make it a terrific spot for snorkelling.
The beaches have a different feel to the other beaches along the Maresme Coast thanks to its rocky outcrops, little bays, fishing boats and the winding streets of the town.
For a special treat, Banys Lluís restaurant comes highly recommended for its wonderful location right on the beach – in the evening you can enjoy some tasty Mediterranean cooking here by candlelight, looking out over the sea. Magical!