Lloret de Mar is a municipality in the county of La Selva, Costa Brava in the province of Girona, near the Sea Its strategic location in the south of the Costa Brava Lloret makes it an ideal meeting point, which is reaches an average of 1.5 hours from anywhere in Europe. Lloret de Mar is located at the northeastern tip of the Iberian Peninsula, Catalonia. Lloret is one of the most important tourist destinations in southern Europe, located in a privileged environment such as the Costa Brava, 70 km from Barcelona and 34 km from Girona. The main roads to Lloret are the AP-7 (exit 9), the motorway C-32 (Exit Blanes) and the N-II. If you come by air, the options are the airport of Barcelona, just 93 km from Girona airport, 29 km from Lloret de Mar. Lloret occupies a municipality of 48 km2.
Lloret de Mar has no direct train connection but is close to the 2 main lines that connect to Barcelona and France. To travel to Barcelona, rodalies (commuter line) trains leave every 30 minutes from Blanes train station. A shuttle bus service takes you to Blanes train station (Transports Pujol). The journey takes about 20 minutes, with departures throughout the day.
Consult timetables Lloret – Blanes – Barcelona
The closest airports are Barcelona Airport (75 km) and Girona Airport (30 km). Barcelona Airport offers scheduled flights to the world’s main cities. Thanks to low-cost airlines, Girona Airport is now connected to a great many European cities. It also caters for a large number of charter flights.
Lloret de Mar offers tourism cruise services that connect to the neighbouring towns of Blanes, Tossa and Sant Feliu during the summer season. Lloret also has a sports port at Canyelles beach suitable for medium-sized vessels.