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Weather and climate

Temperature: 26-32 °C

The weather in Calella is typical of the Catalonian region. Short, mild winters with average temperatures  in the mid-20s (°C) are followed by long, hot summers with refreshing sea breezes. Spring and autumn are popular times to visit the coast, for guaranteed long hours of sunshine.

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Calella is best for...

Sunbathers: You’ll always find a good spot on Calella’s spotless coast.

Families: Visit the local water park, play on the beach and have family meals on the seafront.

Scenery lovers: Costa Brava is one of Spain’s prettiest coastlines, and Calella’s rugged good looks are no exception.

Fast facts

Language: The language spoken in Calella is Spanish.

Currency: The currency used in Calella is the Euro (€).

Local time: Calella is 1 hour ahead of GMT/UK time.

Fly to: Girona Airport. The transfer time is around 1 hour. 

Flight time from UK: The flight time to Calella is 2.5 hours.

Tourist Information: Further Calella tourist information can be found at

Visa / Health: Before you travel, visit for recommendations and advice on visas and health for your holiday to Calella.

Holiday destinations related to Calella:

  • Lloret De Mar
  • Malgrat De Mar
  • Getting around

    By train: Located so close to cities like Barcelona and Girona, many visitors choose to travel by train when taking a day trip. Affordable and regular, the train lets you enjoy the beautiful views of Catalonia, without having to worry about parking.

    On foot: Lots of Calella’s hotels are located within easy walking distance of the town and beach, and the area is a lovely spot to explore on foot.

    By bus: A regular and affordable bus service operates on the coast, ideal for transport between the resorts or just to hop on and get down to the beach as quickly as you can.


    Folklore: One of Calella’s proudest annual festivals is Adifolk, an event that celebrates Catalan culture in addition to folklore traditions, including dance, music and performances. The event takes place in early September.

    For beer lovers: An event you may not expect to celebrate on the coast of Spain is Oktoberfest. For the past 25 years, Calella has held the traditional German celebration complete with traditional food, beer, dancing and costumes. Here’s the twist – everyone hits the beach afterwards!