Lloret de Mar is situated in the southern part of the Costa Brava, 70 Km away from Barcelona. This former fishermans village covers 48 square kilometres, and has five main beaches along a 7 Km of coastline. Its beaches have been awarded the blue flag by the EEC, bearing witness to the perfect state of beaches in terms of quality of the water, sand and services provided.
The history of Lloret goes back to the third century BC throughout that long history, though being a dynamic and modern tourist town, Lloret has managed to sustain its personality and preserve those distinguishing traits and traditions that only the passage of time can instil.
In addition to the broad range of services, there are also cultural, architectural and natural attractions, and all these, along with the two historic villages dating back to the Iberian period, make up an overall package of meeting diverse and demanding requirements.
Lloret is regarded as one of the best-endowed tourist centres in terms of sports facilities, and its many options in shopping, leisure and cuisine, along with its hotel, camping and apartment provision, bring it to the forefront of the country’s tourist areas in terms of quantity, variety and quality.
Within a radius of less than 100 Km, Tossa de Mar, Barcelona, Girona, Figueres (with its Dalí museum) and Montserrat can all be visited.
There is a scheduled, daily bus service to Barcelona, Girona and various destinations inland, with links to the main cities of Spain and Europe. Barcelona City and its airport El Prat can also be reached in combination with the train service (6 Km away), with connections with most of the European cities as well.
Traditional town festivities and folklore run all year round in the scheduled events and novelties.
The options for conferences, with a range of incentives, is another service on offer, which enables working sessions and leisure to be blended together.