Lloret de Mar is like an open museum, you will discover its history as you walk through its streets, squares and streets.
Santa Clotilde Gardens
Located atop a cliff between Cala Boadella and Fenals Beach with incredible sea views, you simply can’t miss out on one of Lloret de Mar’s best kept treasures.
Maritime Museum - Can Garriga
Located on the waterfront promenade, Can Garriga is one of the most important ‘Indiano’ houses in Lloret de Mar.
We’ve created a route for you to really get to know the most interesting heritage of Lloret de Mar’s historic centre.
Parish Church of Sant Romà
This is one of the most spectacular churches in the region. Its impressive domes with captivating colours will take you by complete surprise.
You’ll be surprised: each time you look, you’ll notice something new.
Can Font - The house of Nicolau Font i Maig
If you come to Lloret, don’t miss the only ‘Indiano’-style house museum open to the public in Catalonia.
Chapel of Santa Cristina
It is one of the locals’ most loved areas, and it boasts spectacular views across the whole coastline of Lloret de Mar.
It’s one of the last remaining spaces on the Costa Brava where you can discover how fishing nets were dyed traditionally.
The Can Saragossa farmhouse is located on a small hill, surrounded by woodland and gardens. In spring, when the landscape begins to bloom, it’s simply a must
Castle of Sant Joan
An ideal location to enjoy fantastic panoramic views over the entire town of Lloret de Mar.
The settlement of Turó Rodó is one of three Iberian archaeological sites that can be found around Lloret de Mar and is the closest to the town centre
Chapel of Les Alegries
You cannot miss the Roman bell tower and the fresco paintings by Calandria.
Sant Pere del Bosc
Sant Pere del Bosc will amaze you with its mysterious location.
Chapel of Sant Quirze
Located 200 metres from the cemetery and 1km from the town centre, the chapel has its origins prior to the 11th century and is a mix of styles.
Chapel of the Sants Metges
This small chapel belonged to the former charity hospital of Lloret
Puig de Castellet Archaeological Site
The Puig de Castellet Archaeological Site, which dates back to the 3rd century B.C., is located 2 kilometres from the centre of Lloret de Mar.
Town Hall - ‘Casa de la Villa’
Located next to the seafront promenade and constructed in a combination of modern and old styles, it will surely pique your interest.
This is the largest settlement (5,700 m2) and the furthest from the town.
Passeig Mossèn Jacint Verdaguer
Martí Sureda designed our promenade down to exact measurements (no exaggeration), in an area of land reclaimed from the sea.
The Angel of Lloret
At the start of the Sant Pere del Bosc area, you are welcomed by a famous sculpture, the Àngel de Lloret (Angel of Lloret). Sant Pere del Bosc trail
The Wayside Cross and the Chapel of the Virgen de Gracia
If you head towards the monastery, you’ll notice the wayside cross and the chapel-prayer room of the Virgen de Gracia
Carrer de les Viudes i de les Donzelles
Street of the Widows and Maidens. This curiously named alleyway reminds us of a topic associated with the legend of the ‘Indianos’
A small cove next to Lloret Beach and at the start of the coastal trail that runs from Lloret de Mar to Tossa de Mar.
Canyelles is the beach farthest from the centre of Lloret de Mar, and it can be reached by the road leading to Tossa de Mar.
La Dona Marinera
This sculpture, also called the “Venus of Lloret”, bestows Lloret’s coastline with a beautiful and high-quality artistic structure that ensures a constant ...
D’en Plaja Castle
Located at the end of Sa Caleta beach, it’s one of the symbols of Lloret de Mar. IT IS A PRIVATE RESIDENCE.