This lovely town is centred around a single main street where you'll find most of the shops, bars and restaurants and its main monument is the Romanesque Hermitage of Sant Pau.
The town has about 2,000 metres of coastline but the two main beaches are Escaletes Beach, which is next to train station, and La Platjola, about 50 metres to your left as you leave the station.
An interesting anecdote about Sant Pol is that apparently there used to be a sundial by the station and the council built a cover for it to protect it when it rained but which also stopped the sunlight from hitting it so the way irritate the is to continually ask them "What time is it?" or "Quina hora és?"
By Road: The national highway N-II link Sant Pol de Mar to the rest of the coast, while a local road links the town with Arenys de Munt.
By Rail: Trains from Barcelona stop at the Sant Pol de Mar station on the RENFE Rodalies R1 Line.
If you understand some Catalan, you can find up to date news about Dosrius on the Ajuntament de Sant Pol de Mar Website.