A popular holiday destination on the Costa Brava, the former fishing village of Lloret de Mar offers an appealing climate and great scenery. Visit the narrow streets of the Old Town and sights such as Santa Clotilde Gardens and the Maritime Museum. Take to the waves at Water World or for a variety of water sports in the Mediterranean. A handful of excellent beaches round out the offerings of this Catalonian family resort, easily reached by car from Barcelona.
Restaurants in Lloret de Mar
4.5 based on 317 reviews
Beautiful setting - not for people with mobility problems - steep walk down and up! Suggest take some of your own refreshments - only 1 café/kiosk and prices quite high.
4.5 based on 723 reviews
Lovely to look at, we didn't go in as the doors were locked, it was open once but for a funeral, stone work lovely, some parts are painted, nice cafe opposite were you can sit and look at it, at night it is lit up, nice and peaceful, close to main shopping area,
4.5 based on 223 reviews
The main attraction is the tranquility in only 250 meters. In this beach the traveler can see a pristine landscape. Cala Sa Boadella combines the charm and the crystal clear waters of the small Beaches of the Costa Brava and the space of the widest Beaches. Note: Authorized nudism.
Beautiful setting - not for people with mobility problems - steep walk down and up!
Suggest take some of your own refreshments - only 1 café/kiosk and prices quite high.
Be warned - half of the beach is a naturist beach. Not a problem, and it was shared by people wearing beachwear as well.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
This wonderful garden was landscaped in a setting of great beauty on top of a cliff with breath-taking views over the sea, and it is a fine specimen of the spirit that animated the Noucentista movement in Catalonia - an early twentieth-century movement for intellectual and aesthetic renewal that found a distinguished spokesman in the writer Eugeni d'Ors. The Santa Clotilde Gardens were designed in the manner of the dainty yet austere Gardens of the Italian Renaissance by Nicolau Rubió i Tuduri at the age of twenty-eight, when he was still brimming over with admiration for his master in the art of landscape gardening, Forestier.
its nice in spring and summer, in the autumn its not that spectacular . for older people ,there are a lot off stairs! You have to go by car or bus its a long way up, but when you are at the top its beautiful
4.5 based on 251 reviews
This cemetery was one of my "must see" attractions whilst visiting Lloret De Mar, I was not disappointed. Situated directly behind the htop Royal Star this cemetery is one of splendor. It is truly beautiful & the little chapel within it is very peaceful & spiritual. Maybe an odd place for many to visit but I would highly recommend if in the area.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Spain never disappoints you, when you think nothing is left to discover then this incredible village-beach shows up to get you agin into an almost Caribbean experience in Europe. Besides the amazing Beaches, you'll find a beautiful path along the shore where you can see incredible huge houses, one bigger and opulent than the other. Don't miss it.
4.5 based on 127 reviews
Magnifance in a side street could believe the grandeur of this rectory ,u must take a camera,I can not discrib the slender. Well worth finding ,just 2 minutes walk from hotel Helios still stunned
4.5 based on 450 reviews
It is not castel-it is look like some old castel but it is not. It is just private residence from XX century It was build about 1930 s and finished. after Civil War ( about 1940 y). The residence look very interesting outside for observers, tourists... it is calls for imagination realy, but it is true that object have not some traditional or original or important architectural style.It is just conspicuous house from XX c.
Any way, its realy interesting for tourist to make few picture with that building in background and as target for nice walk .
Down the residence is the beach open for everyone. You kan walk down around the walls and after small tunnel you will see the beach. The view is realy great. The beach is very rocky.
It's not a museum, it's not an old prince's castle-it is just private residence built by the industrialist Narcís Plaja from Girona, but you can go there see it and make some interestig photos for shure .Just dont look for some romantic story about some ancient knight, kings or princesses - looking, walking or swiming on the beach and enjoy
4 based on 1 reviews
Water World is the best water park on the Costa Brava, one of the most tourist areas of Spain and in Europe unique attractions: amazing rides, wave pools, Speed Furious, Speed Slides, Hurricanes, and the fantastic soft tracks. A set of attractions aimed at both young and adult audience.
We visited Waterworld twice in September 2017. There were no queues unlike the park back in August. If you can get your head around how expensive it is to visit you can lessen the blow of the cost by buying 2nd day tickets for €5.
We visited the park with three teenagers so virtually every slide was tested by our family. The park is situated on a hill and there are steps to climb up to on many of the slides. Our advice is to go straight to the highest point of the park first and work your way down.
The food is expensive in the park, but there's nothing stopping you bringing your own food and drinks. On the first day we got a locker for our things but we realised we didn't need one so on the second day we camped on the grass and just didn't bring any valuables.
The free bus from Lloret bus station makes it easy to get to.
4 based on 3 reviews
Lloret beach is ok apart from the grainy sand. It’s like walking on stones. Not pleasant in bare feet or sandals. People chucking fag ends on the beach is also unpleasant but can’t be helped.
Apart from that it’s decent enough.
Very busy and lots of visitors.
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