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Sunny holidays in Lloret de Mar

Jun 1, 2024 - Sep 30, 2024
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Lloret de Mar (ES)


Lloret de Mar, a tourist destination located on the Costa Brava in the Spanish region of Catalonia, is famous for its Mediterranean beaches. In addition to its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear waters, Lloret de Mar offers a lively nightlife and an endless choice of activities. Accessible and affordable thanks to its well-developed infrastructure, this town offers an abundance of tapas bars, restaurants and boutiques. In addition, historic sites such as the Town Hall and the Sant-Romà parish church add a touch of charm to the landscape.

We invite you to discover all this during an unforgettable stay in Lloret de Mar.

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We've selected a variety of accommodation options to suit different budgets, all ideally located close to the sea and Lloret de Mar's nightlife. Whatever the traveler's profile, Lloret de Mar offers a varied range of accommodation to suit all needs and preferences.



Enjoy the sun and the Mediterranean Sea on Lloret de Mar's wonderful beaches and coves.

☀️ Lloret Beach (Platja de Lloret)

Located in the heart of the town, this is Lloret de Mar's longest and most frequented beach. It offers golden sand, crystal-clear waters and a variety of water sports, including water skiing, parasailing, kayaking and jet skiing.

☀️ Fenals Beach (Platja de Fenals) 

750 meters west of Platja de Lloret, this nearby beach is a bit more peaceful and less crowded. Activities include parasailing, canoeing and other water sports, as well as ice cream shops and a few restaurants.

☀️ Cala Sa Boadella 

A picturesque, isolated cove just a few steps from Fenals beach. Famous for its preserved natural environment and crystal-clear waters. Sa Boadella beach is less accessible than other coves, making it an ideal peaceful refuge for those looking for peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle.

☀️ Cala Banys 

A small rocky cove close to the town center, offering a peaceful atmosphere perfect for fishing or snorkeling thanks to its crystal-clear waters.

☀️ Santa Cristina Beach (Platja de Santa Cristina) 

Located just a few kilometers from the town center, this green-lined beach offers a spectacular view of a beautiful 18th-century white chapel, surrounded by a splendid seaside garden.

Lloret del Mar offers something for every swimmer, whether you prefer to explore the deep sea, enjoy water sports, simply relax in the sun or walk along the coastline. Its diversity of beaches, from vast tourist areas to charming coves, makes it a unique destination.


In addition to its beautiful beaches and historic center, Lloret de Mar is known for its lively nightlife, offering a multitude of options for late-night fun. With over 300 clubs, there's something for everyone, whether you want to enjoy a quiet drink on the terrace, taste delicious food in a restaurant, or party, sing and dance the night away. The liveliest part of town, known as the "Lloret del Mar strip", is located along the main avenue, Av. Just Marles Vilarrodonna, where the most famous bars, clubs and discos are concentrated. Lloret de Mar offers a huge variety of musical styles, from danceable techno to hard rock, R&B, rock, pop and even jazz. Among the city's 20 large discos, the most iconic are Disco Colossos, Disco Tropics, Millennium Party and St. Trop, which can accommodate up to 2,000 to 3,000 party-goers. In high season, famous DJs from all over the world perform regularly in the clubs and discos.

Whether you're looking for wild disco nights, lively bars or traditional pubs, Lloret de Mar offers a variety of options to suit all tastes. Enjoy the city's lively nightlife and create unforgettable memories during your evenings out in Lloret de Mar.


The climate is generally warm and mild all year round, with little variation. The hottest months are July and August (30ºC maximum, 16ºC minimum), while the coldest are January and February (15ºC maximum, 3ºC minimum).

We are in Spain, more precisely in the region of Catalonia, where the official languages are Catalan and Spanish. Due to the tourist nature of the city, many locals also speak other languages, such as English and French. However, English is the preferred language.

The currency is the euro, which can be exchanged in the city's banks, savings banks, ATMs and exchange offices. Please note that some banks charge fees for withdrawals and payments. It's advisable to contact your bank before your trip for information on charges applicable abroad. For the French, there should be no minimum charge for cash withdrawals from ATMs.


Check with the consulate of your destination country to see whether a residence visa is required, and with any countries you may be passing through to see if a transit visa is necessary.


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