Hotels in Lloret de Mar
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Don Juan Resort
Lloret de Mar 155 yd from city centre
This beach hotel is situated in the tourist centre of Lloret de Mar, just 400 m from the beach. The nearby shopping centre...
Lloret de Mar 169 yd from city centre
Hotel Acapulco offers an outdoor swimming pool and hot tub. Set 500 metres from Lloret de Mar’s beach and lively centre,...
Lloret de Mar 338 yd from city centre
In the tourist attraction, you can add the cultural, landscape and architecture. Lloret de Mar is considered one of the resort...
Gran Hotel Flamingo - Adults Only
Lloret de Mar 431 yd from city centre
The Gran Hotel Flamingo - Adults Only is located just 150 metres from Lloret beach. It is a hotel only for adults of 18 years...
Delamar - Adults Only 4 Sup
Lloret de Mar 447 yd from city centre
The Hotel is well known and is located in the heart of the city, just 150 mts away from a sandy beach. There are bars,shops,...
Lloret de Mar 486 yd from city centre
This beach hotel is located in the town centre of Lloret de Mar and within walking distance of the beach. There is a bus...
Alegria Fenals Mar
Lloret de Mar 564 yd from city centre
The magic of the Costa Brava awaits you at the ALEGRIA Fenals Mar. A hotel on the beach of Fenals, Lloret de Mar, ideal for...
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Nestled along Spain's picturesque Costa Brava, Lloret de Mar is ideally placed beside coastal trails and sandy shores, with plenty of bars and restaurants in-between. The town has been attracting tourists for nearly a century, drawing crowds to its seascapes and waterfront eateries.
With a wide range of budget accommodations available, Lloret de Mar attracts holidaymakers of all ages and party sizes.
Neighbourhoods of Lloret de Mar
Lloret de Mar consists of a number of districts:
- Waterfront: All roads lead to Platja de Lloret, a sizeable sandy beach with oceanfront restaurants and a tree-lined boulevard. You’ll also find the maritime museum, Can Garriga, in this area.
- Plaça del Carme: The lively area surrounding Plaça del Carme is renowned for its bars and clubs.
- Cala dels Frares: East of the centre, this public beach and coastal parkland is perfect for quieter natural getaways.
- High street: Perfect for shopping, the high street spreads from Sant Pere street and includes international brands and local fashion.
What to see and do in Lloret de Mar
Aside from its long stretches of sandy beach and secluded coves along the coast, Lloret de Mar offers a number of cultural highlights, including Cementiri Modernista, a cemetery of Gothic tracery, and the spectacular Església de Sant Romà Save church. The town also has fantastic natural gardens (Santa Clotilde) and coastal hiking routes, as well as a wealth of nautical activities.
What to eat in Lloret de Mar
Home to Catalonian coastal cuisine, Lloret de Mar has a number of first-rate restaurants and street snacks. Expect a variety of fresh and sizzling seafood dishes, including susquet de peix, as well as typical Catalan food like pà amb tomàquet, calçots and butifarra amb mongetes.
Typical events and festivals in Lloret de Mar
Lloret de Mar hosts events throughout the year, including a carnival parade, Santa Cristina festivities and a celebration of local fishing, La Tirada a l'Art, as well as annual medieval and music fairs.
How to move around in Lloret de Mar
The town is supported by a regular and well-coordinated bus network, known as the Urban Bus. This will ferry you to and from the town’s key downtown, shopping and beach areas, as well as to the suburbs where you’ll find nature trails and water parks.
The climate in Lloret de Mar
As with much of the Costa Brava, Lloret de Mar has a warm Mediterranean climate featuring hot summers and mild, rainy winters.
More interesting facts about and sights in Lloret de Mar
Lloret de Mar was once home to shipbuilders who had made their fortune overseas. As a result, the town has a number of attractive modernist and neoclassical-style manor houses. One such house is Can Front, built in 1877. It's well worth a walk through the streets taking in the eclectic architecture.