How to get here
From France: N-II National Highway, AP-7 MotorwayThe Maresme region is very well connected, both through its accesses to Barcelona and Girona, and from inland between its different municipalities. There are many public and
sustainable options of transport to get around, such as the coastal railway line and the various bus services available.
The Maresme Tourism Consortium promotes sustainable mobility at destination, which is why we recommend you come by...
|Local railways (Rodalies):
R1: Mataró - Arenys de Mar - Calella - Blanes - Maçanet
RG1: Mataró - Girona - Figueres
Check timetables and prices: Rodalies
Sagalés - www.sagales.com
Moventis - www.moventis.es
|500 kilometres of tracks, paths and trails to do on foot, by bicycle or on horseback..
Find them here: Network of Trails of the Maresme
But you can also get here:
|From France: N-II National Highway, AP-7 Motorway
From Barcelona: N-II National Highway, C-32 Motorway
From Granollers: C-60 Highway
|- Barcelona Airport (BCN)
- Girona - Costa Brava Airport (GRO)
|MASNOU PORT- www.portmasnou.com
PREMIÀ DE MAR PORT - www.marinapremia.com
MATARÓ PORT- www.portmataro.com
BALÍS PORT - www.cnelbalis.com
ARENYS DE MAR PORT- www.cnarenys.com