How to Get from Calella to the Nearest Airports and Other Destinations
People love spending holidays in Spain due to its warm sea, beautiful nature and famous places of interest. Calella resort is especially popular among tourists as a peaceful place to enjoy a beach recreation and a history-rich Catalonian town. In this article, you’ll find some tips on reaching popular destinations from the town.
Taxi from Calella
You can call a taxi in Calella by phone or order it online. A trip to Barcelona center will take about 40 minutes and cost from 80 euros. The distance from the town to El Prat Airport is a bit longer, so getting there by taxi will cost you from 98 euros. In case you need to reach Girona air hub, you’ll have to pay from 60 euros. With a private taxi driver, be sure to negotiate a price in advance not to be scammed. Taxi companies in Calella offer pre-booked transfers too.
Transfer from Calella
Using a private transfer, you get a car at the agreed time and place, receive help with luggage from your transfer driver and enjoy the comfortable journey. In this case, you organize the whole process beforehand, specifying your requirements, choosing among offered options, and paying at fixed rates. By the way, a trip from the resort to the nearest air hub will cost you 119 euro for a car of a Comfort class, and 130 euro for a minivan 7 pax. Besides, Kiwitaxi hires only licensed transfer drivers and provides cars under 7 years old.
Public Transport from Calella
There is a direct railway connection between Calella and Barcelona. You will reach the Spanish capital in an hour for about 6 euros. You cannot get directly by rail from the town to El Prat Airport, but can change a train at certain stations in Barcelona.
Sagales transport company provides buses connecting the town with both El Prat Airports and Girona air hub. You should remember that those buses are the passing ones – they make all scheduled stops on the route, that is why the travel time can be a bit longer. You can easily reach Barcelona by bus too. The exact timetable and prices can be checked on the Sagales’ official site.
A 2 km-long beach honored by the Blue Flag is not the only heritage of the town. The town is known by ancient settlements dating back to the 1st century B.C. Officially, in 2018, the town will turn 680 years old.
The main symbol of Calella is the lighthouse and two towers known as “Les Torretes”, from which the town is beautifully overlooked.