- The Parc del Clot
- The Parc del Center del Poblenou, which was designed by Jean Nouvel,
- Nova Icaria
- Bogatell Beach
- Barceloneta Beach
APARTMENTS SATA, DISCOVER THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF VILLA OLÍMPICA AND SANT MARTÍ
At Apartamentos Sata, we like to explain to our guests how Barcelona is built through its neighborhoods. Neighborhoods with their own history and identity that enrich a unique Barcelona. One of these districts is Sant Martí, where our Sata Olympic Village Area Apartments are placed.
We encourage our host either mid stay and short stay to discover this fantastic district of Sant Martí, that stretches from the lower part of the old town, Ciutat Vella, and the Eixample, to the river Besós and showcases the most recent transformation of the city and its seafront.
The regeneration of the former industrial area of Poblenou as the new technology district, 22@, the reclaimed city’s beaches, and the completion of the section of the Avinguda Diagonal by the sea, are just some of the town-planning interventions that define modern Barcelona, you may enjoy from Apartamentos Sata.
The district of Sant Martí summarizes the past and the future of Barcelona: the city’s agricultural and industrial past and the future, which looks to modernity with the transformation of neighborhoods, reclaimed beaches and major projects of contemporary architecture.
Our seasonal rental apartments allow you to enjoy this area that brings together very interesting architectural and historical landmarks that also tell us about the past and the future, such as the former factories that have been converted into cultural facilities and modern buildings, and those in the waterfront area, the Forum, and 22@.
Sata Apartments, rent apartments for months to discover the Olympic Village and Sant Martí
As you walk through the neighborhoods, you’ll see how Barcelona’s industrial past has left its imprint and is enjoying a surprising modernity that blends in harmoniously with new parks and green areas, such as:
Or splendid beaches claimed for the city for the 1992 Olympic Games, such as those of the Olympic Village: