Els Muntanyans Beach in Torredembarra is part of the Torredembarra and Creixell Beach Nature Reserve and is included in the Natura 2000 Network, a European ecological network made up of special conservation areas. This is a very environmentally important area on the Costa Daurada, as its two kilometres of coastline are home to the most important dunes and salt marshes outside the Ebro Delta. In addition to sunbathing and sea bathing, Els Muntanyans Beach is a great place for walking and observing the native animal and plant species.
Els Muntanyans Beach has more than two kilometres (2,200 metres) of fine, golden sands that slope gently into the Mediterranean. Its waters are crystal clear, warm and calm. The beach is part of Torredembarra's Blue Trail itineraries that connect the beaches and harbours with the Blue Flag award that contribute to the sustainable use of the coast. It also has a 452-metre sensory circuit adapted for the visually impaired. During the year, GEPEC-EdC, a very active citizen’s environmental movement, organises guided tours and other activities.
The beach has a lifeguard service, footbaths, public toilets, litter bins and recycling points. A 400-metre stretch of the beach is designated for naturists/nudism.
- Length: 2.200 m
- Average width: 66 m.
- Type of sand: Fine
- Water quality: Excellent
- Orientation: Southeast
- Sea bottom: Flat with some rocky areas
- Bathing area signposted with natural biotopes.
- Lifeguard and first aid
- Information on the state and quality of the bathing water
- Entrance and exit channel for boats
- Sand cleaning
- Recycling points (paper, packaging, glass and organic matter)
- Litter bins
- Public toilets
- Public toilets adapted for people with reduced mobility
- Maritime Club
- Sailing school
- Walking routes and guided tours
- Preferably nudist area (400m)
- Blue Trail
- Nearby urban bus stop
It is forbidden
- Dumping and abandoning waste, both on land and at sea.
- Lighting fires
- Anchoring in the entrance and exit channels of boats and within the bathing areas.