One of the best cities to play outdoor sports, Barcelona has plenty of fun and active things to do between the sea and the mountains.
Our number two pick for sports in Barcelona, isn't exactly a sport itself but needs to be recognized for being the main attraction during the 1992 Olympic Games. Today, Olympic Stadium plays host to concerts, festivals and sports games year round with the capacity to hold 56 000 people. It's definitely worth checking out and at the same time you can explore Montjuic and take in spectacular city views.
Our number seven pick is ideal for those who love the water. Servisub Marina is one of Barcelona's finest diving schools with trips up the coast, if you're into scuba diving Barcelona has some of the best dive sites along the Mediterranean.
Take a tour of Plaza Espanya and then check out the tennis courts. Barcelona has plenty of outdoor courts in and just outside of the city. Some clubs are private, however the one right near Plaza Espanya is public, so anyone can use it and it's a great way to spend an evening in the summer or an afternoon on the weekends.
passeig Olímpic 17
Parc de Montjuïc
Monster sports and festival stadium. Main attraction from the 1992 Olympics. Near to trendy clubs and out of the way bars... read more
avinguda de l'Estadi 30
carrer de Roger de Flor 168
Popular Skating Rink, perfect for birthdays, group events or just a fun afternoon activity... read more
passeig d'Andreu Nin
(Frente Heron City)
carrer d'Ausiàs March 136
Vespa, Scooter & Moped Tours. One of the best ways to take in a lot of the city in a short period of time... read more
carrer Pla de Matabous
Large, bustling square. Hosts famous magic fountain show. Near Montjuic tennis club... read more