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Feel the rush of adrenaline as you zoom in the air on a water-powered flyboard that defies gravity. Your flyboarding session includes a short instructional course conducted by the experienced and knowledgeable staff.followed by gearing up and heading out on the water for an experience of a lifetime. This activity is definitely a must for outdoor enthusiasts and the adventurous.
50-meter (165-foot) indoor pool in the middle of the Eixample, making it a very popular swimming hole. People come here to swim and to play waterpolo as well. Admission, a real bargain if one compares it to the prices of other swimming pools.
Base Nàutica is one of the many clubs that got a new lease on life after the Olympic Games of 1992, when the entire port area was redone and the city opened itself up to the sea like never before. The club is found just at the city limits on the Mar Bella beach, which has, thanks to the Games, been cleaned up and given a face-lift. They offer sailing courses for people at any level. You can rent boats here, too, or leave yours docked up for the winter.
Zona de Banys del Fòrum is one of the most popular tourist attractions that sits in Barcelona's eastern coastal strip, overlooking the beautiful waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea. A great place for a dip, the location tends to get a bit crowded during sunsets which is when couples from all over the city flock here to spend some quality time in each other's company. Watersports activities can also be carried out from here.
This is for all you adrenaline junkies who love adventure. Barcelona Jet Ski located in the neighborhood of Port Forum offers a thrilling experience with water sports such as wakeboarding and kneeboarding and jet skiing. See the city's skyline from a different perspective and let the rush thrill you. Experienced instructors and guides are provided for your safety and guidance. From jet excursions to ski hire, Barcelona Jet Ski is fully licensed. They cater to large groups as well.