Pineda de Mar is a municipality in the comarca of El Maresme, situated on the coast between Calella and Santa Susanna and backed by the Parc Montnegre i el Corredor, which makes it ideal for both beach and walking holidays.
With a population of about 26,000, Pineda is one of the main towns on the northern section of the Costa del Maresme and the town centre has a great selection of hotels, bar, restaurants and shops as well as several historical buildings from the 17th to the 19th centuries.
Pineda's beaches are long and sandy and particularly lovely and is backed by a pleasant Passeig Marítim and park.
The origins of the town go back to the Iberian period and there are ruins of the Roman settlement at Can Roig, where you'll also find four surviving arches of a Roman aqueduct over the Pineda river at Can Cua.
By Road: The main N-II road runs through Pineda de Mar.
By Rail: Pineda is on the RENFE Rodalies R1 line between L'Hospitalet de Llobregat and Maçanet-Massanes.
If you understand some Catalan, you can find up to date news about Dosrius on the Ajuntament de Pineda de Mar Website.