It is an isolated beach that does not have a boardwalk. If you are looking for peace and quiet, this is exactly what you need, because it is normal that there is almost no one around.
Sand: fine gold
Transport and parking:
City bus, easy access on foot.
More than 100 parking spaces.
Over one and a half kilometres in length, this beach is the largest in the town after which it is named.
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.
Fenals is the second largest beach in Lloret de Mar, spanning 700 metres.
The main attraction of Cala Boadella is the peacefulness that permeates its mere 250 metres. Here, you will behold an almost unspoiled part of the Costa Brava.
Santa Cristina Beach
Its privileged location, nestled between two large hills, shelters it from the wind and waves to ensure continually calm waters.
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.
The two rocky masses to the right of Santa Cristina open up to allow passage to Cala Treumal.
Cala d'en Trons
Rocky cove, coarse sand with a rich seabed. Perfect for snorkeling