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Lloret de Mar

On the shores of the Mediterranean and in the heart of the Costa Brava

A pleasant and purely Mediterranean climate, coastal landscape, uniquely beautiful coves and beaches, marine culture and cuisine and a historical legacy which often goes unnoticed are some of the attractions that have made Lloret de Mar one of the most visited holiday destinations on the Costa Brava.

Traditionally focused on family tourism, water parks such as Water World, marine zoos such as Marineland or playgrounds such as Gnomo Park have been a summer delight for millions of children throughout our recent history.

However, in recent years, Lloret has improved its position as a MICE destination for the organisation of corporate, associative and social events thanks to the extensive development of facilities and associated services. Moreover, both because of its location and its climate, it is the perfect place to do different sporting activities, especially cycling or golf.

Pure l'Azure spirit!

Lloret is one of the most complete and versatile destinations on the Catalan coast, an open, diverse and lively place where everyone can fit in.

Santa Clotilde Gardens

The best Mediterranean Noucentista garden in Europe.

Standing on a cliff with impressive views over the Mediterranean Sea, it is considered the best Mediterranean noucentista garden in Europe, covering some 15 hectares. It was designed in 1919 by Nicolau Maria Rubió i Tudurí, with a strong influence from the Italian Renaissance and is a legacy of the spirit that formed the Noucentista movement in Catalonia.

Camino de Ronda

A unique landscape to enjoy.

Lloret de Mar is home to two sections of the Long Distance Trail (583 km) that runs along the entire coast of Catalonia, including coves, beaches and wonderful seascapes. The Camino de Ronda runs almost 30 kilometres through the Lloret region, from the Cadiretes massif to the Tordera river, also known as the “Grandes caminos del agua en La Selva” (Great Waterways in La Selva). It is an old route used for surveillance against sea attacks or smugglers and a perfect walk to enjoy the coastal forest landscapes where white pine reigns supreme with small coves and beaches.


Sa Boadella, Canyelles, Santa Cristina.

Cala Boadella is one of the most characteristic examples of the Costa Brava coves. Calm, practically virgin and only 250 metres long, it offers crystal-clear waters. Historically this beach has had a nudist tradition.

Canyelles is the beach furthest from the centre of Lloret and has the only marina in the municipality. Its thick, white sand, surrounded by cliffs full of pine trees, makes for an unforgettable postcard for those who visit here.

Santa Cristina. Located between two hills and protected from s
torms and waves, it is the most peaceful and family-friendly. You can reach it by taking a marvellous sandy path surrounded by trees.