The legacy of the ‘Indianos’ left Lloret de Mar with plenty of Catalan modernist art, being the predominant artistic style of the time. Just a couple of clear examples are the modernist cemetery, designed by renowned architect Puig i Cadafalch (one of the most important individuals for Catalan modernism) and the Parish Church of Sant Romà, with its colourful domes.
Lloret de Mar’s cemetery belonged to the European Cemeteries Route and has been declared a Site of Cultural Interest. It’s one of the primary examples of 19th century funerary art in Catalonia and holds a considerable ‘Indiano’ legacy.
Taking a stroll through Lloret de Mar’s historic centre, you will come across the Church of Sant Romà, the patron saint of Lloret de Mar. The building reflects two very different periods of construction and architecture.
Located 5 km from the centre of Lloret de Mar and surrounded by nature is the Sant Pere del Bosc hotel and restaurant, a restored Benedictine monastery constructed in the 10th century and rebuilt by Puig i Cadafalch in the 19th century.
Can Font is a building constructed in the Catalan modernist style and is also known as Cal Conde o Can Piuet. It was built in 1877 on the request of Nicolau Font i Maig, its first owner.
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