Not to be missed
Lloret boasts outstanding sites such as Santa Clotilde Gardens (situated next to the sea, ideal for peaceful strolls), the Maritime Museum (to discover Lloret's seafaring history), the town's Indiano and modernist legacy, such as the church of Sant Romà, or Sant Pere del Bosc.
MOLL- Lloret Open Museum
Discover various places of historic, cultural and natural interest. It is open space, without walls, that covers different locations throughout the territory and allows you to find out about the town's heritage.
Santa Clotilde Gardens
This wonderful garden was landscaped in a setting of great beauty on top of a cliff with breath-taking views over the sea, and it is a fine specimen of the spirit that animated the Noucentista movement in Catalonia - an early twentieth-century movement for intellectual and aesthetic renewal that found a distinguished spokesman in the writer Eugeni d'Ors.
Parish Church of Sant Romà
This is one of the must-see attractions when taking a stroll around the centre of Lloret. It is one of the town’s most representative buildings.
Lloret de Mar cemetery preserves traces of the indiano culture. The refubishment of what was the new cemetery was promoted at the end of the 19th century by a sctor of the population who had become rich and the link of the families to which they belonged was often related to the Americas, high-sea trading and the resulting wealth that it created.
Maritime Museum - Can Garriga
This house, a surviving example of the traces of the indianos −those who left for Cuba or the West Indies and came back once they had made their fortune− is one of the few remaining ones in Lloret, together with Casa Font or Can Comadran, right in the heart of the old part of the town.
In the past, every coastal town had premises of this kind for dyeing nets, normally run by the local guild. Not many survive today: on the Costa Brava only the Sa Perola building in Calella de Palafrugell and Es Tint in Lloret de Mar remain.
The best way to take in the essence of Lloret de Mar is enjoying its multiple walking routes that go all along the coast line or that go into the woods, opening to the visitant every secret of the mediterranean flora and fauna.
Sant Joan’s Castle
The castle is situated at the top of the hill which separates the beaches of Lloret de Mar and Fenals and dates back to the beginning of the 11th century, possibly from the age of Lady Sicardis and her sons, the Lords of Lloret (1041-1110), when it controlled the feudal territory of Lloret.
Sant Pere del Bosc
It is an unique environment, with its majestic building, old benedictine monastery, great historical heritatge built by Puig i Cadafalch. Also it provided shelter for the more vulnerable people thanks to the generosity of Nicolau Font i Maig, Indian of the time. AT PRESENT IT IS A PRIVATE ESTABLISHMENT.