Lloret de Mar is located in a privileged location in the Mediterranean. Its beaches and coves receive the main quality certifications year after year and are perfect both for relaxing and for sports activities such as snorkeling or kayaking. Furthermore, the itineraries of the Santa Clotilde Gardens and the Camino de Ronda offer visitors a wonderful opportunity to discover the rich fauna and flora of the area.
Lloret de Mar is a city with more than a thousand years of history. Meeting point for cultures and traditions, Lloret de Mar's cultural agenda proposes an endless number of activities to discover popular traditions, as well as music and sport events.
The extensive offer of the place and its excellent infrastructures have made Lloret de Mar an ideal destination for practicing sport and also for enjoying leisure. Hiking, mountain biking, snorkeling, diving or kayaking are some of the activities for the most active visitors.
At night Lloret de Mar offers a wide and varied leisure offer: bars, restaurants, discos and even the Gran Casino Costa Brava ... entertainment for all ages and until the early hours of the morning!
Throughout the year in Lloret de Mar there are activities and trade fairs in which the shops take their products to the streets, as well as the Medieval Fair or the weekly market and the municipal market.
In the restaurants of the area one can enjoy the most typical dishes of Catalan cuisine, specialties from the Mediterranean diet and even the most exotic varieties and the most modern cuisine.
Tossa is the only city on the coast of Catalonia that still has an area surrounded by a wall. Built in the 12th century, today it is one of the most important medieval remains in Catalonia.
Located just 29 km from Lloret de Mar, Girona is an active city throughout the year: parties, culture, festivals, events and a wide gastronomic and commercial offer. It was also scene of Game of Thrones.
Located near the border with France, the visitor will be able to visit the Dalí Theater-Museum, where the famous works of the painter Salvador Dalí and even his grave are located.
Cadaqués is a coastal town with stone streets and white houses. To the north of Cadaqués is Portlligat, Salvador Dalí's residence and where you can currently visit the Salvador Dalí House Museum.
The Medes islands is one of the most important natural spaces in the Mediterranean. Declared a marine reserve, it offers very attractive excursions and water activities.
Blanes offers activities and attractions to visit all year round, such as a botanical garden overlooking the sea and more than 3,000 species or the International Fireworks Competition.
In Caldes you can visit a historical monument of national interest such as the Roman baths or enjoy a relaxing day in the thermal waters of the spa centres in the area.
Cap de Creus is a space of incredible beauty. The effect of the north wind, the Tramontana, has caused very peculiar forms of erosion and has transformed the landscape in a very special way.