Lloret de Mar, the heart of the
Lloret de Mar
the heart of the
lloret de mar
lloret de mar family friendly destination
Active tourism and coastal trail
lloret de mar
stunning beaches and coves
what to do in lloret de mar
Where to eat
Wanting to taste some local food and discover the secrets of the Catalan cuisine? The most prestigious chefs will delight you with typical dishes and exquisite flavours that will leave you speechless. Lloret de Mar has a long list of first rate gastronomic restaurants in the center of the town and near the beach waiting for you.
Water sports and activities
At Lloret de Mar's main beaches you will find a great variety of outdoor activities to do in the sea like kayaking, diving, snorkeling, parasailing, water skiing, jet skiing and catamaran excursions. There will be no excuse to live a great experience and have fun with your people.
For those who also want to make the most of the summer nights, Lloret is the place where top Dj performances and open-aire Music Festivals take place, like the Clon Festival, a unique summer festival that tributes legendary international and national bands of all times.
What to visit
There is a lot to dig in about Lloret de Mar's history and legacy. Many are the names of monuments, museums and places to visit: The Open Museum (MOLL), Castle of Sant Joan, Maritime Museum, Church of Sant Romà, chapel of Santa Cristina, Sanctuary of Sant Pere del Bosc and many other options that make the perfect combination of culture and nature.
Santa Clotilde Gardens
If you are passionate about botany, Santa Clotilde are one of the most beautiful gardens of the Costa Brava, based on the Italian Renaissance. Located in a stunning and gorgeous spot at the top of a cliff with outstanding sea views, the gardens have become a must see of the city.
More than 500 different stores are located in the town's old quarter. It is a large open-aire shopping center where you can find whatever you are looking for. The weekly market, held on Tuesdays, is also well worth a visit, filled up with stalls which sell traditional and local products and food.
How to get to Lloret
All the information you need about travelling to Lloret de Mar by car or bus.
From the north, when travelling from France, follow the AP-7 motorway until exit 9 (Lloret de Mar). Use the C-63 for the last 14 kilometres of the journey.
From the south, take coastal motorway C-32 from Barcelona, heading towards Blanes, exit 134. For the last 12 kilometres of the journey, take the GI-600 towards Blanes, then take the GI-682 towards Lloret de Mar.
From Barcelona Josep Tarradelles – El Prat Airport: buses are the only direct public transport which can take you from Barcelona Airport (T1 and T2) to Lloret Train Station,
From Girona – Costa Brava Airport: line 601 offers transportation between Girona and Blanes via Girona Airport. It stops at Lloret de Mar. Journey time 1h aproximately