Lloret de Mar is a resort city on the Costa Brava, northeast of Barcelona. With a deep seaside tradition, today it is one of the largest tourist centers on Girona's sea front. Beaches and coves with clear water combine with an interesting historic center and a wide range of accommodation and leisure. Walking, golf and water sports are some of the possibilities offered by the excellent temperatures of the Mediterranean climate. Terraces, bars and restaurants help you to enjoy the Catalan night, making it possible to taste the region's products.
Lloret de Mar is famous for its beaches and lively nightlife ambience. Located about 65 km north of Barcelona, it’s one of the most popular vacation destinations on the Costa Brava. The resort town spreads around the Old Town along the main beach. It’s filled with tapas bars, restaurants, boutiques and many historical buildings such as the Town Hall and the Parish Church of Sant Romà.
Lazing on the beach, water sports, strolls along the coast and in beautiful gardens such as Santa Clotilde’s are the main daytime activities in Lloret de Mar. After 5pm, the resort town wakes up from the ‘mandatory’ Spanish nap time and becomes very active.
|Starts on:||03.06 - 10.06.2021|
|Duration:||8 days / 7 nights|
|Destination:||Lloret De Mar – Costa Brava, Spain|
|Mode of transport:||Plane, WizzAir|
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