Sant Boi de Llobregat



Sant Boi de Llobregat is a town within the Greater Barcelona area, located on the right bank of the river Llobregat, close to the port and the airport. The town district abuts Cornellà, El Prat, Viladecans, Sant Climent, Santa Coloma de Cervelló and Sant Joan Despí.

Sant Boi is home to a population of more than 83,000 people. We are the second-largest town by population in the Baix Llobregat county, and the thirteenth largest town in Catalonia as a whole. The municipality is divided into six districts: Ciutat Cooperativa i Molí Nou, Marianao, Centre, Vinyets i Molí Vell, Camps Blancs and Casablanca.

The town enjoys a maritime Mediterranean climate, with hot summers, mild winters and rainy autumns.

With a surface area of 22 km², the municipality stands 30 m above sea level on average. The highest point is the peak of Sant Ramon (294 m). And, right within the heart of the city, there is a compact elevation known as the Muntanyeta (“Little Hill”).

60% of the surface area of the municipality is classified as forest, farmland or riverbank. Sant Boi de Llobregat is a green lung only 10 km away from the city of Barcelona. It is an ideal playground for anyone who likes sport, enjoying nature and looking after their health.

Sant Boi is eager to make itself known to the world as a Healthy and Sustainable City.

Source: Web de Sant Boi de Llobregat


Links of interest:

Seguridad Ciudadana

Forum Europeo Seguridad



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