Panoramic views other places of interest
Discover magic corners of the Costa Brava and all its nature, beauty spots hidden away from the everyday hustle and bustle of the town of Lloret.
Casetes de l'Àngel
Two small houses situated on either side of the path of St. Pere de Bosc, built right at the end of the 19th century, like the other elements of this modernist trail.
Manor house with a square floor plan. Its three storeys stand out for their cornices decorated with reliefs. The door is set in a three-centered arch. Its lintel and reveals are decorated with simple reliefs.
Apol·lo and Dafne Monument
This work was produced by the Girona artist Bonaventura Ansó and was unveiled on 14th October 2001 as part of the opening acts for the celebration of the millennium of Lloret de Mar
This sculpture was produced by Rosa Serra and was unveiled on 15th October 2000 to commemorate the International Meeting of Barcelona Supporters’ Clubs in Lloret de Mar.
D'en Plaja Castle
This building, situated at the end of the Sa Caleta beach, is in fact a house-castle built by the Girona industrialist, Narcís Plaja. The project, dating from 1935, was the work of the Girona architect, Isidor Bosch. Construction work, though, was not completed until the 1940s, once the Civil War had finished.
Monument to the Fisherman's wife
Since it was erected in 1966 to commemorate Lloret de Mar's Millennium, the Dona Marinera (Fisherman's Wife) has become one of the most emblematic symbols of the town.
Mossèn Jacint Verdaguer Avenue
Martí Sureda designed this promenade that would later bear the name of Jacint Verdaguer with just the right proportions in the area reclaimed from the sea. The Casa de la Vila (Town Hall) was built at one end in 1872 by the architect Félix de Azua while Casa Garriga was constructed at the other end in 1887.
Monument to the Sardana
In 1971 the town of Lloret de Mar was declared “Ciutat Pubilla de la Sardana”. To celebrate the granting of this title, which recognizes the town’s work in fostering and disseminating the sardana, the Town Council decided to erect a monument to this Catalan dance, designed and executed in metal by the Girona sculptor Domènec Fita.