Top Attractions in Lloret de Mar
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- The gardens are named after Saint Clotilde. They were broken here in 1919, and in 1995 they were proclaimed the national treasure of Catalonia. Marquis Roviralt, who ordered the arrangement of the gardens, wished that the place turned out not only lush and rich, but also exquisitely aristocratic. The idea was a success: the Renaissance-style park turned out to be flourishing and luxurious, but at the same time cozy.Written November 30, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This is a gorgeous rugged beach with forest walks and paths which lead you around to other bays.
It has quirky bars and activities such as kayaks and diving.
Its busy but walk along far right and it's far more relaxed.
Views from the forest are stunning.Written December 2, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The unusual church, like San Juan, was used to protect the inhabitants of Lloret de Mar from enemy attacks. The very architecture of the building, with its thick walls and narrow slit windows, hints at the dual role it played. The church was rebuilt more than once, so it is difficult to determine the style: there are features of baroque, renaissance, rococo, Byzantine and Islamic architecture. Now San Roma least of all resembles a defensive structure: the bright mosaic of the exterior rather evokes associations with a gingerbread house or a fairy-tale tower.Written November 30, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- At the southern end off the beach is a well organised coastal walk that offers some sensational views of the beachfront and along the coast in both directions. It can be challenging at times (uphill gradients and not suited to people with mobility or fitness difficulties) but is well worth it, especially on a sunny day.Written December 29, 2022
- The beach is small - about 250 meters, and is framed by rocks and forest. This is the only place in the city where nude sunbathers gather. The beach is divided into two parts by rocks. In one, nudists sunbathe, and in the other - a mixed audience - nudists sunbathing topless and in swimsuits.Written November 30, 2022
- The city cemetery is a real work of art of the Art Nouveau era. It was founded in 1901, when many Spaniards began to return from the United States, having made a fortune there. They wanted to emphasize their high status in their homeland not only with luxurious mansions and villas, but also with a worthy place of last refuge. Many architects and sculptors took part in the creation of the cemetery, among which were the students of the famous Antonio Gaudi.Written November 30, 2022
- Nice chapel of Santa Christina is located in a very beautiful setting. It has a very specific schedule and is open mostly in summer, so it's better to check out the working hours, if you are planning some event inside( the telephone is on the second photo). It's possible to have a glimpse of the interior through the small window in the entrance door.
Parking a car costs 7 euro.Written October 17, 2019
- Really great day out, slides were all well kept and safe, nothing felt clunky or old. Lots of variation and couples slides. Went on a Tuesday in early September and absolutely no queues. Life guards on EVERY slide and pool.
Things are very steep up hill so not that accessible if you have additional needs but really well laid out, definitely worth a visit even if the entrance seems underwhelming!Written September 14, 2022
- In 1935, the Girona industrialist Narcis Playa bought a piece of land in Lloret de Mar and built a villa in the style of a medieval castle. The project was developed in 1935. Girona-based architect Isidore Boscom. Complete construction work was completed only in the forties, after the end of the civil war.Written November 30, 2022
- Stunning church in the old town with a mixture of architectural styles, combining stone and mosaics. A must see on your way to the shopping area.Written January 7, 2020
- We had a great time, 40€ for 2 people and you get a video included in this price. Well 15€ each and then 10€ for the video. Go and do this as it’s so much fun!Written September 6, 2022
- The Iberian settlement of Puig de Castelet is located 2 km from the city center and dates back to the 2nd century BC. The settlement was first discovered in 1943, but excavations began only in 1968. Previously, the settlement was protected by a defensive wall complex, and the tribes living here were engaged in trade with neighboring peoples. Puig de Castelet is located on a hill and offers a beautiful panoramic view of Lret de Mar.Written November 30, 2022
- Santa Cristina is a lovey small beach split into two coves . There is an exceptionally good restaurant and beach bar in the smaller Southern cove . Beds & brollies @ 7 euros eachWritten September 15, 2022
- A nicely set up little museum and a pleasant place to while away an hour out of the heat. An interesting history of the town.Written August 2, 2022
- A great spot to make pictures and enjoy your evening. Stunning view of the Mediterranean Sea and the Castle, despite it’s a private property and will remain closed.
Cool breeze is guaranteed!Written July 15, 2022
Frequently Asked Questions about Lloret de Mar
- The best day trips from Lloret de Mar according to Tripadvisor travellers are:
- Costa Brava Day Trip from Barcelona
- Costa Brava Small Group with Hotel Pick-Up and Panoramic Boat Ride
- Private Costa Brava and Tossa Tour with hotel pick-up and Panoramic Boat Ride
Lloret de Mar Attractions Information
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