The towns in el Maresme, from south to north, are: Montgat, Tiana, El Masnou, Alella, Teià, Premià de Mar, Premià de Dalt, Vilassar de Mar, Vilassar de Dalt, Cabrils, Cabrera de Mar, Argentona, Mataró, Dosrrius, Orrius, Sant Andreu de Llavaneres, Caldes d’Estrach, Sant Vicenç de Montalt, Arenys de Mar, Arenys de Munt, Canet de Mar, Sant Pol de Mar, Sant Iscle de Vallalta, Sant Cebrià de Vallalta, Calella, Pineda de Mar, Santa Susanna, Malgrat , Palafolls, and Tordera.
Real estate in this area is mainly made up of detached houses built on around 1,200 m2 of land, with a price of approximately € 2,500/m2. Buyers are usually looking for a property to be their main home.
Mataró is the capital of the region of el Maresme, and is on the shores of the Mediterranean. It is 30 km north of Barcelona.
It is on the seaside, between Cabrera de Mar and Sant Andreu de Llavaneres.
The Maresme is considered as a privileged place for its microclimate, its closeness to Barcelona and for its beautiful landscapes, including natural parks and marvellous beaches to enjoy the sea.
The region has a rich historical heritage, conserves many of its tradition and celebrates local festivities, as well as offering many cultural activities, making it an excellent place to live in.
It has good connections with the city centre with a freeway and by public transport.