The Port Olímpic is located in Vila Olímpica, in the district of Sant Martí. It was created for the Olympic Games and represents one of the major sports and tourist attractions in Barcelona.
In 1992, **Barcelona** opened its doors to the sea with the Olympic Port, one of the most touristy and lively areas of Barcelona. The Hotel Arts and the Mapfre Tower mark the entrance to the area of restaurants, clubs, and entertainment venues.
Currently, it's a great area for walking, cycling, running, or dining in any of its restaurants in the heart of [Sant Martí](https://parkimeter.com/es/parking-barcelona/near-san-marti).
Although finding parking in Barcelona can be a challenge, the Olympic Port has its own parking facility.
The first 30 minutes of parking are free; after that time, you'll need to pay the corresponding fee. We encourage you to check the rates on the official website.
However, during the summer, parking there can be difficult due to **limited availability**. You can search for parking in the area and then walk to the port, as there are numerous parking facilities and you won't have much trouble finding one nearby. Afterwards, you can easily walk to your destination, which will take you no more than 5 minutes.
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If you want to get to Olympic Port **by car**, you should take the Ronda Litoral and take exit 18 (direction Llobregat) or exit 19 (direction Besòs).
If you prefer to arrive by **public transport**, you have many options, such as bus, metro, tram, or train.
Barcelona's Olympic Port is located between Somorrostro Beach and Nova Icària Beach, making it a very touristy place in the summer. You can reach it on foot via Calle Marina or through Moll de Gregal.