Lloret de Mar, Catalonia, Spain
Lloret de Mar, located in the south of the Costa Brava, is specially
known for its beaches. The beaches include
- Canyelles, awarded the blue flag, 3km from Lloret towards
Tossa de Mar. A sandy beach 400m long and 40m wide, with a fishing harbour
and a yacht club
- After Cala Banys, towards Blanes, there is Fanals Beach.
A sandy beach and deep water,gets quite crowded in summer.
- The beach of Lloret, goes from the end of Sa Caravera to
Sa Caleta Beach. It’s a long beach, with thick sand.
- Santa Cristina Beach, is next to the cove at Cala Treumal.
It’s an excellent sandy beach
- The village, has also a few isolated coves like Tortuga,
surrounded with rocks and with a deep bottom. You can get there via the “Camino
de Ronda”, which starts in Sa Caleta.
- La Cala d’en Trons - follow the “Camino de Ronda”
around the castle. This is a rocky cove
- La Cala dels Frares, behind the castle.
- At the end of the of Lloret Promenade is Sa Caleta, a sandy
beach with a medieval castle.
- From the beach of Lloret to Blanes, there is the rocky Cala
- La Boadella is near the beach of Fenals, towards Blanes.
Is a sandy beach, surrounded with rocks and pinewood.
- Next to the beach of Santa Cristina is Treumal Beach, a Blue
- Lloret de Mar also has the following worth a visit “el
Puig de Castellet”, the cultural Centre of Verdaguer, the Gardens of
Santa Clotilde, the Iberian Village of Montbarbat, the Parish Church, the
Hermitage of les Alegries and the “Dona Marinera”
in the area
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