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What to do in Lloret de Mar?

Lloret de Mar and the Costa Brava offer unique landscapes. Discover them by taking a walk through our beaches and coves, from the "Dona Marinera" to Lloret's castle. Experience Lloret's nature by visiting Sant Pere del Bosc and discover the Iberian Settlement of Puig de Castellet, located 2km from the city centre. As well as sea and mountain, Lloret is known for it's leasure. There is a wide variety of bars and restaurants. Try your luck and enjoy their shows at the Gran Casino Costa Brava. .
Lloret Open Museum

Lloret Open Museum

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 heritage.
Santa Clotilde Gardens

Santa Clotilde Gardens

The Santa Clotilde Gardens are located in a place of great beauty. These beautiful gardens are on a cliff with magnificent views to the sea.
Parish Church of Sant Romà

Parish Church of Sant Romà

This is one of the must-see attractions when taking a stroll around the centre of Lloret. It is one of the town’s most representative buildings.
Maritime Museum

Maritime Museum

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.
Coast Walks

Coast Walks

The best way to take in the essence of Lloret de Mar is enjoying its multiple walking routes that go all along the coast line or that go into the woods, opening to the visitant every secret of the mediterranean flora and fauna.
Sant Joan's Castle

Sant Joan's Castle

The castle is situated at the top of the hill which separates the beaches of Lloret de Mar and Fenals and dates back to the beginning of the 11th century, possibly from the age of Lady Sicardis and her sons, the Lords of Lloret (1041-1110), when it controlled the feudal territory of Lloret.