You can swim (sea and pool of your hotel), enjoy local kitchen in bars and restaurants (paeljas, fish dishes), go to shhort trips up to hills to explore how local people lives and may be have a ride. Different trips are offered by local tourism companies to Barcelona, Monserrat, water park Marineland, Portaventura park etc. Actually everybody can faind something for himself, but to few wild nature and silence.. for it you should drive out of tourist area.
Santa Susanna is one of those tourist spots which has grown up around the well-equipped tourist hotels. Most of the things of do in these places are to be found in and around the hotels, which all have a high activitiy level and offers lots of things to do for their guests.
The town a long and beautiful sea promenade made for walking along the line of hotels,
bordered by lots of shopping stalls, bars and restaurants. Walking to the neighbouring towns on each side, Malgrat de Mar and Pineda de Mar is also within reach.
Transport couldn't be easier to get between the neighbouring coastal resorts of the Catalunyan coast. From our beach hotel in Sta Susanna the train station was only 2 minutes walk away, the trainline following the seaside promenade. The train stops at Santa Susanna every half hour and takes you to Barcelona in a little more than an hour.
It's almost impossible to find a driver who would take you somewhere in Spain. The driver we could finally find was Algerian.