- Lloret de Mar
Strolling along the 9km of beach at Lloret de Mar is one of life’s pleasures, and it’s not just thanks to its green coves, natural beauty and its course gold sand. It’s also due to its Blue Flag award, an international label of quality and its convenient facilities, with its Family-Friendly Destination Certificate.
A coastline that’s not too rugged, ideal for walking, swimming, diving and boat trips. Lloret has a lot to offer.
- Beaches and coves
Next to Lloret’s beach, you’ll find Fenals beach which is quieter and further away from built up areas. It has a small area reserved for dogs, restaurant facilities and is safe for enjoying a swim. You’ll find the htop Royal Beach hotel a few steps away.
Relax at the hotel between dips
The views of the Castillo de Lloret are characteristic of Sa Caleta, one of the quietest coves in Lloret de Mar. A fishing cove that is surrounded by pine trees, and is perfect for a relaxing swim.
Immerse yourself in a traditional cove that is full of life
With a more pronounced slope than other beaches, Cala Treumal is surrounded by dense flora and fauna and fine sand. It can be accessed via the temple or “Ermita” in Lloret and is ideal for a dip in the sea with views looking out on the Mediterranean.
Explore one of the most characteristic spots in Lloret de Mar
One of the most well-known beaches to locals, it offers spectacular views of the Pinya de Rosa Botanical Gardens. It is surrounded by pine trees and sheltered from the wind thanks to its peninsula, perfect for a dip in the calm water as a family.
The best natural sights in a peaceful setting
The pine-covered cliffs and marina of Lloret de Mar border the beach of Canyelles, the coastal area furthest away from the urban area. With clean, calm water, it offers facilities that guarantee quality and a great swim.
Enjoy the sea surrounded by pine woods and natural flora and fauna
The course, golden sandy beach at Lloret stands out along its promenade, a few minutes from the heart of the town’s main shopping area. Its almost 2km stretch of beach makes it ideal for a dip as a family, given its easy access and bathing. To the north, don’t miss En Plaja castle, a Catalonian Architectural Heritage Site.
Enjoy the best that the beach has to offer really close to the centre
When we think of Cala Boadella we think of tranquillity and disconnection. It’s one of the wildest beaches in Lloret de Mar, but it’s also one of the least accessible. It is an authorised nudist beach and is surrounded by Mediterranean flora and fauna.
A cove filled with untamed landscape for switching off from everyday life
Rocky, child-friendly and particularly suited to fishing or snorkelling, Cala Banys encircles a natural Mediterranean setting, brimming with life. It can be reached from the beach in Lloret or by car via the Castillo de Sant Joan.
A dip in this cove is a must in the summer
- Our hotels in Lloret de Mar