Hiking

If you love hiking, we recommend seven routes that will help you get to know our area, taking you from the most solitary coves to the oak and pine forests inland in no time.


Relevant links:


Wikiloc, GPS routes and points of interest


View and download the Hiking and Mountain Biking map


 


Routes:


GR 92-2 (variation of the Mediterranean trail)


This route joins the city of Lloret de Mar with the Tordera river in the Pla de Gelpí area.


The route begins in the very centre of Lloret de Mar. From there, you can discover a wide range of typical examples of Mediterranean culture: the chapel of the Virgen de las Alegrías, important sanctuaries like El Vilar and Sant Pere del Bosc and a whole array of forest trails with fields and woodland typical of the area. The experience culminates at the Tordera river, where you have the option to go back to Lloret the way you came, or join the GR92 track (Mediterranean trail) that runs along the cost, and discover all the coves and beaches that connect Blanes to Lloret de Mar.


Town: Lloret de Mar

Distance: 14 km

Approx time: 3 h 30 m

Type of route: Linear

Difficulty level: Medium

Accumulated climb: 162 m

Accumulated descent: 152 m

Trail markings: White/red


You can download the booklet with this route by clicking here


 


Caulès route


The Caulès trail is a route that runs between Lloret de Mar and Vidreres.


The route begins at the Maritime Museum in the centre and heads out towards the Mediterranean forests that surround the two towns. One place you have to stop is Puig de Montgrós, where you can enjoy good views of the area.


As the name suggests, the route ends at the chapel of Santa Susana de Caulès in Vidreres.


The route is very long, and you need to be well equipped.


Town: Lloret de Mar

Distance: 31 km (there and back)

Approx time: 6 h 30 m

Type of route: Semi-circular

Difficulty level: Hard

Accumulated climb: 720 m

Accumulated descent: 722 m

Trail markings: White/yellow


You can download the booklet with this route by clicking here


Lloret Beaches route


If you like the sea and nature, look no further than this is the route that runs along the entire coastline of Lloret de Mar.


The route begins at Santa Cristina Beach, crossing the whole coastline of the town, and ends at Canyelles Cove. Don’t forget that you will also discover a wide array of natural and cultural heritage, like Santa Clotilde Gardens, Monument to the Dona Marinera and the Castle of Sant Joan.


Town: Lloret de Mar

Distance: 9.4 km

Approx time: 3 h

Type of route: Linear

Difficulty level: Easy

Accumulated climb: 209 m

Accumulated descent: 199 m

Trail markings: White/red


You can download the booklet with this route by clicking here


For an alternative route in case the trail is temporarily closed, click here


 


Chapels route


This is one of the riches routes in terms of modernist art combined with nature.


Among the oak and cork tree forests you will find chapels, like the Virgen de las Alegrías, monuments, like L’Àngel, and the sanctuary of Sant Pere del Bosc. The route includes a stretch of the Lloret coast and some of its beaches and coves.


Town: Lloret de Mar

Distance: 19 km

Approx time: 4 h

Type of route: Circular

Difficulty level: Easy

Accumulated climb: 291 m

Accumulated descent: 285 m

Trail markings: White/yellow


You can download the booklet with this route by clicking here


 


Montbarbat route


The Iberian settlement of Montbarbat is the largest archaeological site in Lloret, measuring 5,700 m2. It is surrounded by defensive walls and towers and also boasts very good panoramic views of the coastline.


The route begins at the Maritime Museum in the centre, passes by various modernist attractions in the area, like the Chapel of Les Alegries, Sant Pere del Bosc and the cross, all in the midst of nature, and ends at the Iberian settlement.


Town: Lloret de Mar

Distance: 22.5 km (there and back)

Approx time: 5 h

Type of route: Semi-circular

Difficulty level: Hard

Accumulated climb: 403 m

Accumulated descent: 397 m

Trail markings: Green


You can download the booklet with this route by clicking here


 


Old road route to Tossa


This route joins the towns of Lloret de Mar and Tossa de Mar along the typical Mediterranean coastline, filled with beaches, coves and unforgettable places to enjoy the day.


Town: Lloret de Mar

Distance: 15 km

Approx time: 3 h 30 m

Type of route: Linear

Difficulty level: Medium

Accumulated climb: 205 m

Accumulated descent: 203 m

Trail markings: White/purple


You can download the booklet with this route by clicking here


 


Lloret de Mar – Vidreres route, via Caulès Chapel


This route connects the two towns of Lloret de Mar and Vidreres via the Caulès Chapel.


The trail is rich in nature as it passes through the Ardenya-Cadiretes massif, a natural area home to the Caulès Chapel.


Along this route, you will also come across the Chapel of the Virgen de las Alegrías (Lloret) and Sant Iscle Castle, which is at the end of trail just outside the town of Vidreres.


Town: Lloret de Mar

Distance: 21.4 km

Approx time: 4 h 30 m

Type of route: Linear

Difficulty level: Medium

Accumulated climb: 538 m

Accumulated descent: 460 m

Trail markings: White/yellow


You can download the booklet with this route by clicking here


 


Puig de Castellet route


This is the shortest route in the town of Lloret de Mar.


Departing from the centre of Lloret at the Maritime Museum, you can also pass by the Roman tomb and enter the settlement through the urbanised area of Turó de Roca Grossa.


Another option is to walk through the Molí district, through Can Ballell, and climb up to Roca Grossa.


Town: Lloret de Mar

Distance: 2.7 km

Approx time: 1 h 15 min

Type of route: Linear

Difficulty level: Easy

Accumulated climb: 169 m

Accumulated descent: -m

Trail markings: White


You can download the booklet with this route by clicking here


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