At the heart of a thriving, global city

Marina Port Vell boasts a unique position at the heart of this bustling, year-round destination of limitless possibilities all day, every day of the year. Our marina is recognised as a key nautical hub, providing close access to some of the most pre-eminent companies and service providers in the field.

Preferred homeport destination for superyachts from across the world
Located just 5 km from El Prat airport
Direct links to over 190 international destinations

A vibrant city

Barcelona is a cosmopolitan city, known for its good weather, culture and gastronomy.

The city offers fantastic dining options including 30 Michelin Star restaurants,

which make Barcelona a perfect place for the best chefs in the world. The city attracts talent, creativity and innovation. The excellent quality of life in Barcelona makes many people want to live here, including the most qualified professionals from all over the world.

World – class shopping district

The luxurious street Passeig de Gracia hosts the most prestigious fashion, jewelry and technology brands of the world. As well as the most iconic buildings of the city such as La Pedrera or Casa Batlló, making it a perfect place to go shopping and enjoy the outing.

Modernism and innovative architecture

Barcelona elegantly combines its historical legacy with the most innovative architecture. Contemporary architects such as Jean Nouvel, Frank Gehry and Norman Foster have left their mark on a city that bears the indelible hallmark of its masters: Gaudí, Puig i Cadafalch, and Domènech i Montaner.


Home of renowned sporting and cultural events


Drawing the attention of millions from across the globe, the Barcelona–Catalunya Moto GP needs no introduction to motorcycle enthusiasts.


Just two weeks before Grand Prix F1 Monaco, all eyes turn to Barcelona for the Spanish F1. And direct from Marina Port Vell, you can access all 28km of the circuit by helicopter should you wish.


The proud home of FC Barcelona is arguably one of the most visited stadiums in Europe. On match days, you will feel the passion buzzing through the streets – and being just a short distance away you will unlikely want to miss out.


The city is a must on the tour schedule of artists around the world. There is a full bill of concerts at the modernist Palau de la Música, the emblematic Liceo, or the impressive Palau Sant Jordi and numerous music festivals including Sónar and Primavera Sound – enough to gratify even the most ardent music afficionados.

Barcelona & Beyond

Cruising areas: Costa Brava

Sail north along ‘the wild coast’, or Costa Brava, for excellent cruising through coastal villages. Discover incredible beaches such as Bagur, Palamós,  Calella de Palafrugell, Cadaqués – the summer home of Salvador Dalí, frequented by artists from all over Europe.

Natural beauty

Where the sea meets the mountains, awe-inspiring adventure awaits. A host of national parks, coastal and countryside trails and tracks beckon hikers, cyclists and explorers, while Costa Brava’s 200km of sparkling coastline is a yachting paradise. The Girona Pyrenees offers blue skies and a cooler climate and is a favourite skiing destination during the winter months.

Culture and cuisine abound

The surrounding region is home to proud Catalan traditions, well-preserved medieval cities such as Girona, and beloved historic towns like Cadaqués – once home to the Salvador Dalí.

The Catalan region is one of Europe’s renowned gastronomic centres, boasting over 20 Michelin-starred restaurants and home to unforgettable wine-tasting routes.