The chapel has been known by different names, such as Església Vella (Old Church), Mare de Déu Antiga and, later, Mare de Déu de les Alegries.

Why go?

You cannot miss the Roman bell tower and the fresco paintings by Calandria.

Outside the chapel you can see some centenary cork oak trees and a small display of the future Exhibition of Farming Tools of Les Alegries.


The land on which the chapel was built was donated by Lady Sicardis of Lloret de Mar, together with a surrounding area measuring 34 paces in diameter to be used as the cemetery.




If you would like to visit, the chapel is open to the public on these days:

For the chapel’s main festival on 8 September (Mare de Déu de les Alegries day), it is open in the evening and all day on the following Sunday.

In January, it is open in the morning on the first Sunday after Epiphany, and the Festa del Traginer (mule driver, or muleteer, festival) is celebrated, steeped in the legend of the same name.

And in May, it hosts the Festa de les Flors (flower festival), when the chapel is decorated with flowers and the sacristy is open for visits all day.

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Contact details

Adress: Paratge de Les Alegries. 17310 Lloret de Mar

Tel: +34 659 163 115


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