Carnaval, Santa Cristina, La Tirada a l'Art (a traditional fishing tecnique), mediaeval market, etc. A whole series of festivals, customs and traditions have been passed down through generations and constitutes the town's heritatge.
During the Mediaeval Fair, Lloret travels back to mediaeval times and its historical centre is filled with period stalls, artisans and traders; an authentic mediaeval setting with entertainment provided by circus performers, magicians and musicians.
Once a year Lloret de Mar becomes awash with colour, partying and fun. Carnival arrives in style. If parades, parties and music are your thing, Lloret Carnival is where it's at!
Walk to Santa Cristina - Aplec dels Perdons
On the second Sunday of Lent the traditional “Aplec dels Perdons” walk takes place, starting in Plaça de la Vila and ending up at the chapel of Santa Cristina, where sardana dances take place and a rice lunch is served.
Les Alegries main annual festival
The chapel opens its doors to celebrate the Main Festival of Les Alegries, a day dedicated to Mare de Déu de les Alegries (Our Lady of Joy).
Tirada a l'Art (casting the net)
Tirada a l'art, a fishing technique using a net operated from the shore was one of the ways in which Lloret's townsfolk earned a living for many years.
Public Walk: Beaches of Lloret
On the last Sunday in September the Beaches of Lloret Popular Walk takes place to celebrate World Tourism Day. Visitors and locals can discover and enjoy the town's least known spots on a walk that begins in Cala Canyelles and ends up in Cala Santa Cristina.
Lloret's main annual festival
On 24th July, Lloret de Mar celebrates its Main Festival, in honour of its patron saint, Santa Cristina. Various shows and events take place, such as the procession to the chapel of Santa Cristina, the Square Dance or the S'amorra Amorra regatta at Santa Cristina beach.
The Indianos left behind an important historical, cultural and social legacy in Lloret de Mar. The Indianos fair takes us on a journey back in time, recalling this special period and its personalities.
Saint Romanus Town Festival
Lloret de Mar’s Winter Town Festival marks the feast day of Saint Romanus on 18th November. What began as single-day festival has grown over time and celebrations are now held practically throughout the month of November.