The town of Sant Andreu de Llavaneres, also known as Llavaneres, is a charming enclave near Barcelona that runs between the mountains and the sea. Since the late 70s, it has been the preferred location for the wealthiest families in Barcelona to establish their second summer and weekend residences. It is organized into 4 well differentiated residential sectors: The Old Town near the mountain, La Riera that connects the urban center with the Maritime Quarter or third sector and the Urbanizations that, located in the highest part enjoy great panoramic sea views.
In 1973 the Supermaresme urbanization was created, considered one of the best in Spain, characterized by its tranquility and its luxury houses. Llavaneras is also renowned for its gastronomic fame for its two most famous specialties, Peas and Coca de Llavaneres. As recreational, sports and social centers, the Llavaneras Golf Club, founded in 1945, as well as its Marina known by the name of El Balís Nautical Club, founded in 1966.