What to do Lloret de Mar?

An additional information point also operates in the summer at Fenals beach.

Enjoy the beaches
Beaches such as Lloret, Fenals, Sa Boadella, Santa Cristina or Canyelles make this town the best place for spending your holidays under the sun of the Costa Brava.

Things to do with kids
Breaks for all the family, fun parks, water parks and kids’ clubs.

Lloret de Mar has a wide range of shops selling all sorts of products and articles. After tourism, shopping represents Lloret’s second most important economic activity, with about one thousand different

What to be seen
Santa Clotilde Gardens, Modernism, Indianos, Iberian settlements.
Guided tours

Sport & leisure activities
Enjoy the Costa Brava: unique scenery, coastal paths, Nordic walking, hiking, mountain biking

SPA, Health & Wellness
Tourism and health. Weekend anti-stress programmes. Health and relaxation treatments in modern and innovative spa facilities.

Leisure in Lloret de Mar
Breaks, holidays to discover the Costa Brava, health and beauty treatments, water parks, mini golf, boat trips…

Nightlife in Lloret de Mar.

Lloret Open Museum (MOLL)
Discover various places of historic, cultural and natural interest. It is open space, without walls, that covers different locations throughout the territory and allows you to find out about the town’s heritatge.
The places to be visted are also provided with panels that are accessible to everyone and that offer additional information.

Maritime Museum – Can Garriga
This house, a surviving example of the traces of the indianos -those who left for Cuba or the West Indies and came back once they had made their fortune- is one of the few remaining ones in Lloret, together with Casa Font or Can Comadran, right in the heart of the old part of the town.

Panoramic views other places of interest
Discover magic corners of the Costa Brava and all its nature, beauty spots hidden away from the everyday hustle and bustle of the town of Lloret.

Chapels and churches
Lloret has various chapels and churches. These include the Chapel of Santa Cristina, where one can find an exhibition of miniature boats offered up to the saint by sailors and fisherman. Lloret’s main town festival (24th July) is celebrated in this chapel. The parish church is one of the must-see attractions when taking a stroll around the centre of Lloret.

Santa Clotilde Gardens
Gardens between heaven and earth Santa Clotilde Gardens are located in a stunning beauty spot, high up on a clifftop with outstanding sea views.
They constitute a true example of the essence of the noucentista movement in Catalonia. Sculptures, fountains and ponds can all be found there. The gardens have been declared a site of national cultural interest.

Modernist Lloret
The Indianos also left their mark in the form of modernist art in Lloret de Mar. A clear example of this is the modernist cemetery, designed by the renowned architect Puig i Cadafalch (one of the most important representatives of Catalan modernism), but other buildings in the town also bear the hallmarks of this style: the parish rectory, the Chapel of the Most Holy and the Chapel of the Baptistery. ”

Early Lloret
Lloret de Mar has 3 Iberian settlements: Montbarbat, Puig de Castellet and Turó Rodó. The Puig de Castellet settlement (650 m2) is situated 2 kilometres away from Lloret de Mar town centre in a strategic spot with an excellent vantage point overlooking the area stretching from the Tordera estuary to the Lloret coast. Lloret also has a mediaeval legacy. ”