Arenys de Mar, is one of the fundamental districts of the comarca of Maresme, Barcelona Province, Catalonia, Spain. It is arranged on the drift between Caldes d'Estrac and Canet de Mar, around 20 kilometers or 25 miles upper east of Barcelona. Starting at 2010, it had a populace of 14,688. Arenys harbor was for a long time the main existing port on the north shoreline of Barcelona. The shorelines, surrounded by slopes which run directly down to the ocean, give a review of the neighboring Costa Brava. The shorelines at Arenys are expansive, and are shaped by the coarse grained sand, Sights incorporate the area church of Santa Maria, with a Baroque reredo, worked in 1704 by the stone carver Pau Costa.
Along Church Street are the Mares Museum of Lace-production and the Mollfulleda Museum of Mineralogy, framing the Arenys de Mar Museum. A portion of the safeguard towers worked to ensure against privateers, are as yet rationed. Arenys burial ground is a case of Mediterranean marine cemetery. It is arranged westbound, over the Turo de la Pietat. Two mechanical zones are being produced under open and private advancement. Farming has gone down in the most recent years, yet the development of foods grown from the ground is as yet flourishing. The angling and the different related ventures which have developed around the harbor move a significant piece of the monetary action of the town.