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Lloret De Mar Introduction

Lloret is regarded as the liveliest resort on the Costa Brava having a huge number of bars, clubs and discos which provide dusk to dawn entertainment. It is a large resort with good beaches, lots of leisure activities and a wide range of restaurants offering international cuisine.

Why go to Lloret De Mar

A Lloret holiday offers lively fun by day which reaches mammoth proportions by night. It is a busy friendly resort providing excellent beach facilities, a range of water sports and an overwhelming choice of bars, cafes and restaurants.

Lloret is the liveliest resort on the Costa Brava and therefore attracts very many young people who often arrive in groups. Older teenagers having their first holiday abroad without their parents often choose a Lloret holiday. Lloret is also popular with families who have grandparents in tow. The sun, sand and sea occupy the youngsters by day and younger parents, having in-house babysitters, can have the occasional lively night out.

When To Go To Lloret De Mar

April to October is the best time to visit Lloret when the temperature ranges from 20 degrees rising to 30 degrees in the summer months.

Lloret De Mar - The Place

Lloret, once a trading port on the Costa Brava, is now the largest and liveliest resort in the area. Framed by low verdant hills, the old town with its ornate buildings is now surrounded by both high and low-rise hotels and apartments accommodating the large number of visitors to this popular holiday destination.

There are five beaches of golden sand and fine shingle which can become crowded in the height of the season. A promenade, shaded by palms borders the beach. Bars and restaurants line the promenade providing refreshments during the day. Water sports activities include banana rides, pedal boats, water skiing, parasailing and scuba diving.

Golf is available at the nearby Santa Cristina de Aro course. Remember to take your handicap certificate as this is a requirement at many courses.

Europe’s largest water park is found at Lloret de Mar and is a great favourite with both adults and children alike. The kamikaze water slide is not for the faint of heart. Attractions such as a children’s zoo and a marine land park are also found in the area.

The Santa Clotilda Gardens are worth a visit, not only for the beauty of the terraced gardens, but for the stunning views from the cliff tops.

Lloret De Mar Nightlife

Lloret, a lively resort by day, positively heaves at night. Its many clubs, discos and karaoke bars are open from sun down to sun up. A favourite is ‘Bumpers’ with its Caribbean atmosphere, glass dance floor and tasty cocktails. Mobey’s karaoke bar also attracts a large crowd. Those looking for a more peaceful evening will find many fine restaurants where they can relax over a tasty meal and a glass of wine.

Lloret De Mar Shopping

Lloret has a number of fashion boutiques and specialist shops in the town. In the streets behind the beach there are many gift and souvenir shops selling the usual holiday mementoes. The market on Tuesdays has many stalls selling a wide variety of local crafts including leather goods, pottery, jewellery, basketwork and embroidered linens. There is also a craft and curio market on alternate Sundays.

Lloret De Mar Eating

Lloret has probably the most diverse cuisine on the Costa Brava. The many English and Irish bars serve typical pub food while the well known fast food chains sell their burgers. There are also a number of international restaurants serving among others Chinese, Indian, Italian and Mexican. The old town is the place to go to savour traditional Spanish foods with their fish restaurants being particularly good.