Malgrat de Mar, Santa Susana, Calella, Mataró, Castelldefels, Sitges
Animafest Experience offers several internships especially in Entertainment, Bar/Restaurant, Reception, Kitchen or Marketing. Choosing to go abroad with Animafest Experience is having the chance to discover Spain. The municipal area on the Maresme Coast offers two kilometers of beautiful beaches with clean and coarse sand. Extensive pinewoods extend from inland to the edge of beaches.
The holiday resort area has grown up by the beaches and has a pleasant atmosphere with its comfortable hotels, numerous campsites, excellent restaurants and cafés, places for entertainment and one of the most known shopping areas on the Coast. All you need is provided to guarantee you a pleasant stay on the Maresme coast. It is located on a privileged area only 45 minutes from Barcelona. It has peaceful and safe beaches, which is connected to the Montnegre Natural Park. This modern holiday resort consists of hotels, camping sites and houses suitable for family tourism.
The charm and peace of Santa Susana, its avenues and squares invite you to take a walk and enjoy. At the same time, you find here a wide scale of cultural and sport activities.
Furthermore, Barcelona is easily accessible by motorway or railway.Its wide cultural museums (Wax Museum, Science Museum, etc.) and leisure offers (The Aquarium, the Tibidabo amusement park, the Zoo, etc.) ensure an unforgettable excursions for the whole family.
Shows are organized for children in the street, wide range of children’s products and a lot of information about family activities is at your disposal. You find buffets or areas for children in restaurants, supervisors in playing areas, entertainment programs for children, identifying bracelets, danger warnings, high chairs, bibs and special chairs.... We cannot forget mini beach clubs, children’s playing area, parks, child’s security guide, and easy access to information all around the village. A coastal town is situated in the southern part of the Costa del Maresme. Its coarse sand beaches form the background for a calm sea which is ideal for all sorts of water sports.
The Sant Nicolau de Bari Parish Church, a large building, is known as "the Cathedral of the Coast". Enjoy and take a walk through the square Plaça de l'Església, the street Carrer del Mar and the Can Campassol gardens. The bustling street Carrer Sant Esteve, which is the commercial hub of the town, is known for its beautiful houses which are surrounded by unique gardens.
Such as the Torre de l'Esquena or the Torre de Rossinyol, the modernist Torre de Ca l'Arnau and the Old Hospital. These were founded for the poor in 1443, it was built on the foundations of an even older "masia" or farmhouse with its Gothic chapel. It is a summer resort which today has a lot of modern hotels, apartments, campgrounds and a complete scale of services. Tourist capital of the Costa del Maresme, is a full-fledged resort town. With its broad coarse sand beaches stretching over 3 km, a large hotel infrastructure, with campgrounds to suit all needs, with leisure and fun ensured at nightfall.
This and much more have made one of the prime destination resorts in all of Europe. The scenery, full of sharp-edged cliffs carved out by the sea's never-ending pounding, gives us an idea of the proximity of the Costa Brava. The town's lighthouse, inaugurated in 1859, is located on a hill at the entry to the town and has become one of its most familiar landmarks. Suggested visits include the Santa Maria Archpriest's Church, a Neo-Classical edifice with Baroque portico; the Giol, Bartrina, Galceran and Sivilla Houses, as well as the Chapel of Sant Quirze and Santa Julita. The Museum-Archives and the Gallart Pinacotheque are also worth a visit.
Another visit where your time will certainly be well spent is the Dalmau Park, a park with a garden area, pergolas and a beautiful wooded corner, just the right counterpoint after an intense day out on the beach.