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On 24 July each year, Lloret de Mar celebrates its local festival in honour of its patron saint, Santa Cristina. Performances and events such as the procession to the Chapel of Santa Cristina, the Town Square Ball or the S’Amorra Amorra race on Santa Cristina Beach are just a few of the more traditional activities that you can experience if you happen to be in Lloret on these dates.
Every second Sunday of Lent, the traditional Romería de los Perdones (Pilgrimage of Pardons) takes place, a walk towards the Chapel of Santa Cristina which begins in the Plaça de la Vila and ends with a sardana dance and a paella cook-off..
The Festa de les Flors (Festival of Flowers) is celebrated in mid-May. The chapel is covered in flowers and activities take place around it throughout the entire day.
In addition to a flower competition first thing on the morning of Alegries, you’ll find all kinds of activities such as the sardana and other dances, children’s entertainment, poetry reading and more.
With a total length of approximately 18 kilometres, the Lloret de Mar Chapel Walk is one of Lloret’s most iconic walks.
If you take part, you’ll discover the chapels of Sant Quirze, les Alegries, Sant Pere del Bosc and Santa Cristina, the l’Àngel monument, the chapel of the Virgen de Gracia and the Wayside Cross. Lastly, you’ll also get to enjoy breakfast on Lloret’s main beach.
On the last Sunday of September, we celebrate World Tourism Day with a beachwalk. Sign up and discover Lloret’s coastline on a walk starting at Cala Canyelles and ending at Cala Santa Cristina.
The meeting point is at the Plaça de la Vila early in the morning; from there, you take a boat or bus to Cala Canyelles, where the walk begins.
You’ll follow a 11-km coast trail towards Santa Cristina Beach, almost always right beside the sea, allowing you to witness some unforgettable views from cliffs along the walk.
This beachwalk rightfully earns its name as trekkers pass through Cala Trons, Sa Caleta, la Platja Gran de Lloret, Fenals and Cala sa Boadella before arriving at Santa Cristina Beach, where a hearty sardine breakfast awaits.
For more information or to register: www.xinoxano.org
Lloret de Mar’s local winter festival is celebrated in the name of San Romano and takes place on 18 November. What was originally a festival lasting just one day, it has since expanded and San Romano is now celebrated almost the entire month of November.
Festivities include fairs, concerts, film and theatre events, sardana dance recitals, games for children and loads of fun and cultural activities, allowing grown-ups and little ones to enjoy the occasion.
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