Lloret de Mar is a town on the Costa Brava known for its Mediterranean beaches.
To the east is the castle of Sant Joan, with views of the area. The gardens of Santa Clotilde are located on a cliff facing the sea and their style imitates that of the Italian Renaissance. A wide range of activities for the whole family, friends and couples. Lloret has a wide range of shops in its town centre as well as a wide gastronomic offer in its municipality.
What to do in Lloret de Mar?
Points of Interest
Beaches and Coves
Water World is one of the largest water parks in Europe. Its 140,000 m2 incorporate numerous water attractions such as: wave pools, fast rivers, slides, kamikazes and fantastic soft slopes. A whole host of water attractions for children and adults alike.
Marineland Catalonia is a journey into the animal world, a journey among dolphins, sea lions, birds from the most exotic places on the planet... You can also enjoy the many spectacular slides for the most daring, as well as the pool areas and attractions for the little ones to spend a refreshing and fun day with family or friends.
Discover the coast in a different way, sail admiring the abrupt profile of the coast. During the trip from Lloret to Tossa you can discover the seabed of the Costa Brava thanks to our keel with windows below the waterline. You can stroll through the botanical gardens of Blanes, the beaches of Lloret and the medieval town of Tossa. All of this in the utmost comfort.
Water sports Lloret
On Fenals beach you will find a wide range of water activities for all the family.
It is located in the centre of Lloret and can be reached on foot from many of our accommodations. If you are coming from further afield, there is a paid car park where you can leave your car right on the beach. Lloret beach, with its coarse white sand, has all the services you need to enjoy the sun and sea in total comfort.
Fenals is the second largest beach in Lloret de Mar, with an extension of 700 metres, and is located in a bay sheltered from the winds by a massif that separates it from the town centre and Lloret beach. The sand is coarse and the waters are calm and crystal-clear.
Famous for its nightlife, a place where you can enjoy a quiet drink on the beach or a good dance in one of its most famous nightclubs.
Few locations can enjoy a place as special as the Casino, where you can have a different experience from other destinations.
For strolling around and enjoying the latest fashions, Lloret has a large shopping centre in the old town, with clothes shops, souvenir shops, jewellers, etc...
Santa Clotilde Gardens
Located on a cliff between Cala Boadella and Fenals Beach and with stunning views over the sea, you cannot miss one of Lloret de Mar's best-kept treasures.
Camino de Ronda
The best way to breathe in the essence of Lloret de Mar is to enjoy the many walking routes along the coastline or through our forests, opening up all the secrets of the Mediterranean flora and fauna.
Den Plaja Castle
This famous building is located right on the beach, next to the Cala de Sa Caleta cove to the north of the Platja Gran de Lloret, the centre of the town, and its image is immortalised all year round by the cameras of thousands of tourists from both inside and outside Lloret.
Santa Cristina cove
The Costa Brava is undoubtedly one of the most popular summer holiday destinations on the Catalan coastline. Among the many beaches to be found in the province of Girona, Santa Cristina stands out, a magnificent cove located in the town of Lloret de Mar, next to the chapel of the same name.
Canyelles Cove is the northernmost beach in Lloret de Mar and has the only marina in the town. Surrounded by pine trees and cliffs, it is a busy beach, easy to access, with a multitude of sports facilities, accommodation, campsites and flats in the surrounding area.