Lloret de Mar

Lloret de Mar is a town with over 1000 years of history. Through the years Lloret has developed into an important tourist destination, dynamic and modern, a pioneer of the booming tourism in the 1950’s

Cultural Sights

Santa Clotilde Gardens

The Santa Clotilde Gardens are located in a place of great beauty. On a cliff with stunning views over the sea, and it is a wonderful garden, a true example of the spirit that formed the nineteenth-century movement in Catalonia which Eugeni d'Ors's was brilliant.

Sant Romà Church

A trace of modernist art, is one of the required stops during walks through the center of Lloret and one of the most representative buildings of the town. The church was built in the Catalan Gothic style, containing elements of fortification.

Maritime Museum - Can Garriga

The Maritime Museum is immersed in an authentic journey through the history of Lloret and his close connection with the sea. This house is a surviving example of the footprint of the Indians - who were going to make a fortune in the Americas.


Come and meet some genuine wineries which prepares one of the best Catalan cava (champagne)


The Dalí Theatre-Museum, the largest surrealistic object in the world, occupies the building of the former Municipal Theatre, a 19th century construction which was destroyed at the end of the Spanish Civil War. On its ruins, Dalí decided to create his museum.


Interesting way to know the phenomena of witchcraft and banditry in the context of the Baroque era in a specific space, forests of Montseny, Guilleries and Lluçanès.
It consists of rural routes for hiking and biking and the five populations related events are held the same topics as:
-Witches Fair in Sant Feliu Sasserra
-Bandit Summer and witches dancing in Viladrau
-The Bewitched and retourn of Serrallonga!in Sant Hilari Sacalm
-Rocaguinarda Fair in Olost
-Witches and bandits Fair in Arbúcies.

Es Tint

Anciently, every coastal town had a building-usually of a guild, which was used to dye fishing nets. Currently there are very few: in the Costa Brava have been recovered only two: the building of "Sa Perola" in Calella de Palafrugell and "Es Tint" in Lloret de Mar.