Lloret de Mar was a Catalan coastal town where fishing was one of the main sources of income, it was a way of life, although its origins are dated to the Iberians and the Romans, of which archaeological remains remain in the town.
In medieval times, Lloret de Mar was a feudal municipality, from this time we must remember the Castle of San Joan, from the 11th century, and that has seen much of the history of this town pass before it.
Other currents such as modernism have also passed through Lloret, a town closely linked to the countryside, with agriculture, and the sea, with fishing, art was also present in its streets, a situation that began to change there by the year 1950 , with the arrival of the first tourists. In the last half century, Lloret de Mar has become what it is today, a preferential tourist destination worldwide.
Lloret de Mar has an unparalleled environment to enjoy family vacations and friends.
For nature lovers and the most active, the best way to breathe the essence of Lloret de Mar is to enjoy the many walking itineraries that follow the coast or that enter our forests, opening visitors to all the secrets of the Mediterranean fauna and flora and at the same time, discover our cultural heritage. You can also discover some routes practicing MTB.
For lovers of water sports Lloret offers a wide range of water activities to spend a fun holiday. From excursions with kayak, and discover from the water the beautiful coast of the Costa Brava, diving (with magnificent diving areas), snoerkel, parasailing, water skiing, sailing, jet skis, there are many activities that can be practiced in Lloret with your friends.
The Santa Clotilde Gardens, with beautiful sea views, are a true jewel of Lloret.
The municipality also offers many other leisure activities, such as shopping in the center of town, through its shopping streets, with a wide range of shops, bars for drinks, tapas, vermouth…
Beaches such as Lloret, Fenals, Sa Boadella, Santa Cristina or Canyelles make this seaside town the best place to spend your holidays in the Costa Brava sun!
Tossa is the only city on the coast of Catalonia that preserves a walled enclosure. Located in EsRacó in Playa Grande, it was built in the 12th century to protect against pirates and today is one of the most important medieval remains of Catalonia. You will also find ancient houses like Els Ametllers, a Roman villa from the fourth century.
Blanes, also known as the Costa Brava Portal, you will find activities and attractions throughout the year to visit such as the Marimurtra Gardens, a botanical garden overlooking the sea and with more than 3000 species or the International Fireworks Competition, one of the most important in Europe that is celebrated in the month of July and lasts a week.
Located 29 km from Lloret de Mar Girona is a lively city throughout the year: parties, culture, festivals, events, etc. An example is the exhibition Gerona, Time of Flowers, during which the streets of the historic area are adorned with floral motifs. In addition, you will find an important gastronomic offer; Celler de Can Roca, on the outskirts of Girona, is one of the best restaurants in Spain with three Michelin stars.
Barcelona only 70 km from Lloret de Mar, very well connected by road to go by car, or by public transport from the bus station of Lloret de Mar. To visit, the works of Gaudí such as the Park Güell or the Sagrada Familia stand out, Las Ramblas, the Olympic Port. It also has a wide cultural, gastronomic and shopping offer.
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