SEA YOU IN LLORET DE MAR
IN THE HEART OF THE MEDITERRANEAN
Lloret de Mar, a spot between sea and forests, an ideal combination for a perfect stay. Famous town in the Costa Brava, Lloret de Mar has everything to make it a vibrant summer resort.
Surrounded by extraordinary landscapes, steeped in a history where solidarity and efforts are essential, Lloret de Mar is a summer destination rich in cultural, gastronomic and tourist sights.
Lloret de Mar has a pleasant Mediterranean climate characterized by warm summers and mild winters. In the summer months, the average air temperature is around 30 degrees and the sea water temperature around 23 degrees.
BEACHES & COVES
Lloret de Mar has more than 10 beaches and coves, most of them with coarse white sand, surrounded by pure nature, where relaxing and enjoying the sea is a privilege.
With its almost 2 km of white coarse sand, it is the longest beach of Lloret and has all the services to enjoy the sun and the sea.
It is located in the center of Lloret and is the closest to Casa Coco Nature Hotel & Spa, just 450m away.
Small cove located under the Castell d’en Plaja, an iconic image of Lloret de Mar, from where you can enjoy spectacular views.
It is next to Lloret beach, at the beginning of the coastal path to Tossa de Mar, and only 500m away from Casa Coco Nature Hotel & Spa.
Sa Boadella was named in 2019 the sixth best beach in the Europe, the best in the community of Catalonia and the second best in the entire Spanish state.
Sa Boadella, a 250m almost virgin beach, combines natural charm and crystal clear waters.
It is the second largest beach in Lloret, with an area of 700 meters of coarse white sand. Located in a bay sheltered from the winds, it is known as the beach for families.
Like all the beaches in Lloret de Mar, Fenals also enjoys crystal clear and calm waters.
Between two large rocks, protected from the wind and waves, its waters remain calm. It is a quiet 450m long sand beach, surrounded by nature.
It is located at the foot of the Ermina de Santa Cristina, next to the Cala Treumal, one of the most favorite beaches of the natives.
450m long, it is a very quiet sand beach surrounded by nature. It is the furthest from the urban center of Lloret and has a marina.
It is accessed from the road that leads to Tossa de Mar. It is very close to the Casa Coco hotel, less than 5 minutes by car.
Lloret de Mar offers a multitude of nautical activities, both for amateurs and professionals.
They are marked and safe sports swimming itineraries that allow you to swim in open water in complete safety.
It is an excellent possibility to explore the richness of the coastline from the sea in a privileged natural environment.
Discover the richness of flora and fauna of the seabed of the Costa Brava with transparent waters in Lloret de Mar.
There are areas of immersion with different degrees of difficulty, from the simplest to the areas only for professionals.
In Kayak you can discover the coast and the hidden corners of Lloret de Mar, such as inaccessible coves, paradisiacal landscapes, etc.
Practicing it, on your own or on a guided route, you can observe the groups of various aquatic birds that live in Costa Brava.
Snorkeling is a light diving that allows you to discover the flora and fauna of our sea.
It is the best option to enjoy the seabed without having to swim or dive long distances. It is practiced in the most beautiful coves of Lloret de Mar.
Regular boat lines allow you to discover the Costa Brava.
From Lloret de Mar you can do two itineraries, one towards Tossa de Mar, and the other towards Blanes. Stops are made to appreciate the coves and the natural landscape.
A multitude of water activities can be practiced at the main beach, Fenals and Canyelles.
Among friends, with a partner or family, you can practice: jetski, catamaran rides, parasailing, speed boat, flyingfish, banana, crazy ufo, etc.
FROM IBERIANS TO ROMANS
CULTURE & HISTORY
Lloret de Mar’s heritage is a witness of another era’s history and traditions.
MARITIM MUSEUM - CAN GARRIGA
Can Garriga is one of the most famous houses in Lloret de Mar.
It houses the Maritim Museum that offers a tour to learn about a part of the history of Lloret de Mar and its link with the sea.
SANT ROMÀ CHURCH
The Parish Church of Sant Romà is a famous symbol of Lloret de Mar. It is a very representative heritage of the town center.
Built in 1522 in the Gothic style, the church has been restored. The striking modernist exterior contrasts with an interior that surprises with its simplicity and timeless character.
SANTA CRISTINA CHAPEL
The Chapel of Santa Cristina is well known and much loved in Lloret de Mar, it is there where the Fiesta Mayor is celebrated with the maritime procession, the brotherhood lunch of all the fishermen and the famous “stew”.
It has panoramic views of the entire coastline. Designed in neoclassical style, the chapel has a collection of votive offerings and miniature boats.
The Turó Rodó is an Iberian site closest to the town with spectacular views.
From 3rd century BC it is a vestige of the first settlers of Lloret de Mar. It is located just behind the mythical Castell d’en Plaja.
Can Saragossa is located on top of a small hill, surrounded by forests and gardens.
Today converted into an Interpretation Center of the Iber world and an archaeological museum, it is a place for exhibitions.
SAN JOAN CASTEL
Located on the top of a mountain between Lloret de Mar and Fenals, it is another symbol of Lloret de Mar.
Built in the 11th century AD. C., today it allows you to enjoy panoramic views of the sea and the town of Lloret de Mar.
ESCAPADE INTO THE NATURE
Beaches, coves, forests, botanical gardens, Lloret de Mar has it all.
If you’re a fan of hiking, going up to Roca Grossa is the first way to enjoy a beautiful panoramic view. This residential neighbourhood keeps some remains from the 2nd-3rd centuries, vestiges of the Roman occupation of Lloret.
Lloret de Mar proposes seven itineraries that allow you to get to know the whole territory and go from the loneliest coves to the interior pine and holm oak forests.
SANTA CLOTILDE GARDENS
Taking a quiet walk through the Santa Clotilde Gardens is a must in Lloret de Mar. Located on a cliff with spectacular views of the sea and with modernist style, they are inspired by the classic French Renaissance gardens.
Very famous on the Catalan Coast, the gardens are also known for being part of the landscape of international filming.
It is an ideal way to do sports and discover the natural heritage of Lloret de Mar.
Lloret de Mar has all the ideal conditions to practice Nordic walking.
Lloret de Mar has many paths that lead to small hermitages, beautiful viewpoints and remains of ancient villages. The walkways allow you to travel the entire coast, passing through the different coves and various places in the interior.
Two important sections: Lloret de Mar – Tossa de Mar, a 12 km coastal route; and Lloret de Mar – Blanes, 13 km long with unique landscapes of the Costa Brava.
Lloret de Mar and the Costa Brava have incredible roads for bike enthusiasts.
It has more than 600km of routes on secondary roads that lead from the sea to the mountains, through undulating mountain passes and through lush forests, passing through charming medieval towns and even discovering historic cities such as Girona.
A quad excursion is a different way to discover Lloret de Mar.
A fun and adventurous way to discover the natural environment of the Costa Brava, whether in the mountains or near the beach.
VISIT PLACES AROUND
Offer yourself an excursion to one of the three most important cities of Catalonia, in less than 1h by car from Lloret de Mar.
Girona is the capital of the province that bears the same name and it is the most important city of the Costa Brava. About 30 km from Lloret de Mar, Girona is a city with a village setting, with its spectacular medieval old city-center.
The pastel-colored houses overlooking the Onyar River, with the Cathedral of Santa María and the Church of San Félix in the background, are its symbols.
The capital of Catalonia, Barcelona is located an 1-hour drive from Lloret de Mar. It is an exciting city that has an immense cultural and historical wealth. Barcelona has everything one city can dream of: climate, sea and port.
The essential places to visit: Sagrada Família, Parc Güell, La Pedrera, La Rambla, Casa Batlló, Montjuïc, Picasso Museum, etc.
The city chosen by Salvador Dalí to house his art, Figueres is an inescapable spot on the Costa Brava. Located about 76 km from Lloret de Mar, it is famous for its Theater Museum.
The renowned festivals are organized in Figueres. Its old town is made up of some historical monuments that are worth visiting.