Santa Anna Beach

Santa Anna Beach is a small, calm beach on the Costa Brava. Located behind Blanes port, it is perfect for snorkelling fans.

Between relaxation and the discovery of the seabed, you will enjoy the idyllic setting of this beach in Blanes.

A cove in peace and quiet, far from the crowds in the centre of Blanes

Located just below the Blanes Convent, Santa Anna Beach is also called “the Beach of the Priests” or “Platja dels Capellans” in Catalan.

It is located only 300 metres from the centre of the seaside resort, between the tip of Santa Anna, where it gets its name, and Blanes port.

Whether you are coming on foot or by car, it is very easily accessible! Walkers will take 5-10 minutes to get there. Those who prefer to travel by car can park at the port and finish their journey on foot.

Fully enjoy your holidays on the Costa Brava: after a day at the beach, jump in the pool at your private villa!

Take a look at the villas with a pool in Blanes.

To-do list: relaxation and leisure on Santa Anna Beach

Even if the beach is very small – less than 100 metres long – that doesn’t stop it from providing numerous options! Whether you’re a fan of lazing around or someone who can’t sit still, you will get your fill in Santa Anna!

The crystalline water and idyllic setting of this beach in Blanes are particularly conducive to relaxation, but it is also a great place for practising snorkelling. Sheltered by rocks, here lurk beautiful specimens of Mediterranean underwater floraand fauna that you can observe with a mask and a snorkel. A simple activity that will please the whole family!

Finally, there are also some facilities especially for holidaymakers, such as showers and a lifeguard tower.