Just half an hour from Girona Airport, Lloret de Mar is one of the most affordable and convenient holiday resorts on the Costa Brava. People come for the Blue Flag beaches, and there’s no doubt that these are first-class: They range from the action-packed sandy bay in front of the resort’s apartment towers, to tranquil and unfrequented coves that you can only get to by coastal path.
Families will adore Lloret for its great amenities and attractions, with a water park, huge adventure playground and plenty of bright ideas for excursions and activities close by.
Let’s explore the best things to do in Lloret de Mar:
1. Lloret Beach
The best remedy to a heavy night out is a few hours comatose beneath a parasol, as well as the odd refreshing dip in the sea.
Right next to the busiest part of the resort, Lloret Beach lets you relax to your heart’s content, on fine golden sands and with more than enough room to make your own little camp.
If you can muster the energy water-based activities are on offer at the far end towards the headland. And if you’re feeling peckish you won’t have to do more than cross the road to get to a wide choice of cafes and restaurants.