The best way to take in the essence of Lloret de Mar is to enjoy the many footpaths that trace their way along the coastline or wind their way into the forests, revealing all the secrets of the Mediterranean flora and fauna.
Two sections of the GR92 Mediterranean Trail pass through Lloret de Mar, a long-distance trail (583 km) that runs down the entire Catalan coastline, showcasing its coves, beaches and landscapes. The route begins in Portbou, in the heart of the Costa Brava, and ends in Ulldecona, after crossing the Ebro Delta.
The Mediterranean Trail, on its way through La Selva, runs for almost 30 kilometres through the region, from the Cadiretes massif to the Tordera river, also known as “Great waterways in La Selva” (Gran camins d’aigua).
All along the route, coastal woodland paths — with their abundant white pine trees — alternate with small coves and beaches, offering you the unique possibility to wander the coastal trails (ancient paths used to patrol the coastline to protect against maritime attacks or smugglers) and reach landmark sites among the clifftops.
The 12-km coastal route that separates Lloret de Mar from Tossa de Mar is a rollercoaster of ups and downs. The walk requires a good level of fitness. Some sections pass through paved areas, and you need to pay attention…Read more
This is one of the most beautiful coastal walks you can take along the Costa Brava. The route takes you along trails and through the forests of oak and pine trees that line the Lloret coast, allowing you to enjoy…Read more
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