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Santa Susanna is a resort city of 3,400 people (2018) on the Costa Maresme in Catalonia. The beaches, bays and facilities of the Costa Brava are nearby. It is a laid-back town set between the Mediterranean Sea and the mountainous wooded backdrop of the Massif Montenegre. It is a popular holiday destination for Spanish and foreign tourists.


Santa Susanna's narrow cobbled streets give it a medieval air, and there are many ancient buildings and monuments. Its region is known for its fruit and vegetables.

The town has a mild temperate and Mediterranean climate, with hot, dry summers, and mild winters.

Get in[edit]

It is 64 km from Barcelona.

  • 1 Santa Susanna railway station (Estación de Santa Susana). Santa Susanna station (Q2567895) on Wikidata

Get around[edit]

Map of Santa Susanna



The Massif Montenegre National Park provides a beautiful landscape for hikers, mountain biking, and horse riding.

There is a long strip of golden beach surrounding Santa Susanna. There are water sports facilities along the seafront.


At the weekly market on Tuesday, you can buy local produce. during the summer, an artisans' market is open in the afternoons.




  • 1 Hotel Santa Susanna Resort, Crta. Nacional 2, Km. 673, +34937679256. Check-in: 13:00, check-out: 10:00. Santa Susanna Resort is approximately 1.2 km from the beach and approximately 900 m from the tourist part of the town. The hotel has 215 rooms. There is a daily bus service to the beach and town free of charge for the guests from 09:00 until 22:00 (last bus) and it runs every 30 minutes.


Go next[edit]

  • Blanes beach resort with two botanical gardens and modernist buildings is easily reachable by coach or ferry.
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