Barceloneta Beach, Spain - lavender, pink, black glass

by Zoe
(Dallas TX)

Barceloneta beach just 10 minutes away from the metro station. Bus will take you right on the beach, get off at the stop named something like hospital.... sea glass are on the northern side of the beach which has more pebbles. There is 1 big pile of small pebbles, you can't miss it.

Most are penny to dime size or smaller, a few white pieces that are larger. There are some interesting colors, found lavender, pink, black and tiny pieces of yellow or orange.

I threw most of them back for others to enjoy. Only took the interesting ones to add to my collection.

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Feb 19, 2024

by: David

Wikipedia gives this information:

"La Barceloneta (Catalan pronunciation: [lə βəɾsəluˈnɛtə]) is a neighborhood in the Ciutat Vella district of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. The neighborhood was built in the 18th century for the residents of the Ribera neighborhood who had been displaced by the construction of the Ciutadella of Barcelona.

"The neighborhood has a triangular shape, bordered by the Mediterranean Sea, the Moll d’Espanya of Port Vell, and the El Born neighborhood. This neighborhood has its own flag and metro stop on the Barcelona Metro line 4.

"The neighborhood can also be explored by taking Las Gorondrinas,[1] which depart from the front port of the Columbus monument. This way, one can see the coastal strip, but the real charm of this neighborhood lies in wandering through its narrow streets and alleys. Torre Sant Sebastià is the terminus of the Port Vell Aerial Tramway; opened in 1931, it connects La Barceloneta with Montjuïc across Port Vell."

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