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Lloret de Mar in one day

Guide to Lloret de Mar

The best route in Lloret de Mar in one day. It will help you to know one of the most emblematic places of the fantastic Costa Brava, which we are sure, will surprise you much more than you imagine.

Located on the Girona coast, this Catalan town famous for sun and beach tourism , also has a wide cultural and leisure offer, a perfect complement to combine with some of its beaches and spend unforgettable days.

It should be borne in mind that the High season concentrates on Months of July and August, at which time thousands of tourists fill its beaches and enjoy the lively nightlife, so if you want to enjoy a More relaxed atmosphere and to be able to take a bath in its beaches, you We recommend coming from mid-May to June and from September to mid-October, a perfect time to enjoy the town with the rest of the months of the year.

Let’s start with the guide!

Sa Caleta

The route through Lloret de Mar in one day, starts early in the morning walking or doing a little running along the Paseo Marítimo.

This is a perfect time to travel its more than a kilometer in length, with the tranquility of finding few people while the sun rises.

At the end of the walk along the north end, you will find Sa Caleta, one of the best beaches in Lloret de Mar, in which its wooden fishing boats stand out resting in the sand, the turquoise waters and the photogenic Castle d’en Plaja, forming one of the most beautiful images of the city.

Cala Sa Caleta, Lloret de Mar.

Camino de Ronda in Cala dels Frares

Taking advantage of the good temperature of the first hours of the day, we recommend you to extend the walk doing one of the most beautiful coastal paths of the Costa Brava, which just starts at this point of Lloret de Mar.

The first part of this path starts behind Sa Caleta , from where you will skirt the Château d’en Plaja, to the rocky Cala dels Frares, known for its rock formations in the middle of its waters, which have made it a special place for lovers of landscape photography.

Cala dels Frares, Lloret de Mar.

Cala Trons

From this small cove, the path continues along a steep flight of stairs that will take you to the top of the cliff, from where you will have magnificent views of the coast.

During this flatter section, which does not exceed one kilometer long, you will pass through different viewpoints until you reach Cala Trons, one of the favorite places in Lloret de Mar, in which depending on the season, you can take advantage to take a bath or Snorkel Since for the clarity of its waters, it is one of the best known places in the area.

Cala Trons, Lloret de Mar.

Turó Rodó

The Camino de Ronda , in perfect condition and well signposted, ends with another small stretch that borders the coast until you reach an access point by stairs to a residential area.

The return to the city we recommend doing it by the same Camino de Ronda until you reach the top of the stairs that go down to the Cala dels Frares from where you can take a small path that will take you to the Iberian village of Turó Rodó, One of the three sites of this type in the city from which you can enjoy Great views, with the Château d’en Plaja in the foreground.

Turó Rodó en Lloret de Mar.

The route through Lloret de Mar in one day continues walking until you reach the Museum of the Sea, located in front of the Paseo Marítimo, in the Indian house of Can Garriga.

Here you can start Discover the Indian past that you can continue to appreciate in several buildings of the city and that refers to the first half of the nineteenth century, in which many Lloretenses who made their fortune, returned to their hometown to build stately mansions with great architects of the time.

Keep in mind that if you visit the city in June, you can coincide with the Feria de los Americanos , an event that is celebrated in memory of many residents of the city, who went to make the Americas, some with better luck than others.

Museo del Mar, Lloret de Mar.

Leaving the Museum of the Sea, we recommend you continue the route of Lloret de Mar in a day walking along the famous red sand of Paseo Jacint Verdaguer until you reach the Town Hall, another of the historic Indian buildings, which has become a symbol of the city.

Passeig Jacint Verdaguer, Lloret de Mar.

One street from the City Hall is another of the essential jewels and places to see in Lloret de Mar, which is none other than the Church of Sant Romà, a sixteenth-century church that impresses with its modernist exterior, with Colorful mosaics on its roofs and turrets, which have made it one of the images of Lloret de Mar.

Iglesia de Sant Romà en Lloret de Mar.

To finish Lloret de Mar in one day, there is nothing better than taking a walk along this small stretch of the Camino de Ronda that will take you from the rocky Cala Banys to the center, where you will find another of the best viewpoints in the city.

After having a drink on its terrace overlooking the sea you can climb the stairs of the remodeled Camino de Ronda to the Castle of Sant Joan, one of the best viewpoints in Lloret de Mar.

Cala Banys, Lloret de Mar.

To put the icing on this first day in the city, nothing better than going to dinner at a restaurant with a nice terrace or the Da Paolo restaurant, the favorite Italian in the city and one of the best restaurants to eat in Lloret de Mar.

To discover more excursions, activities, historical places… among many more, we provide you with a link to the Florida Park Hotel ****, where it offers thousands of options to do on vacation.

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