Lloret de Mar
Lloret de Mar is a Mediterranean coastal town in Catalonia and one of the most popular holiday resorts on the Costa Brava. It is 40 kilometres (25 miles) from Girona and 75 kilometres (47 miles) from Barcelona and therefore easily accessible.
Is one of the most important tourist centers of the Costa Brava.For decades Lloret de Mar has attracted summer visitors on package tours and is considered as one of the most important resorts on the Costa Brava. Lloret de Mar's main beach (length: 1,630 m; width: 45 m; white sand) is one of the most popular Costa Brava beaches and is consistently awarded the Blue Flag for cleanliness.
Belongs to the region of La Selva. The wide beach of Lloret de Mar covers from the tip of Sa Sa caleta caravera up. It is an attractive walk from the sea, with palm trees and buildings of various styles. Emphasizes the Church of Sant Romà, with cover and a Gothic altarpiece Serafí Pere, Casa de la Vila, on Paseo del Mar, Elizabethan-style Spanish, and the Casino modernist. In the outskirts of Lloret de Mar can be accessed at the tip of Fenals, the castle of Sant Joan, of medieval origin, between the beach of Santa Cristina where you can go diving and the Treumal. The roads around the coast allow attractive routes. Lloret de Mar has a range of facilities and infrastructure, and in its vicinity has a large variety of leisure activities. You can visit the gardens of Santa Clotilde, with a vegetation typically Mediterranean and comprehensive view of the area and the sea. The main attractions of this town are its seven miles of beaches and coves lonely.
Water World water park is located just a few minutes away from two people on the road to Vidrieres. It has the best water attractions in the world, the most prominent the Water Mountain, the only water roller coaster in Europe, and the River Rafting, the biggest slide of the entire continent. In its facilities also has bars, restaurants, shops, parking, kindergartens, rest areas, mini golf.