We’d love to show you a few points of interest dotted around Lloret de Mar. Discover houses and monuments that form part of the town’s rich cultural heritage.
Two small houses built at the end of the 19th century on either side of the Sant Pere del Bosc trail, as were the other items on this itinerary.
A square-shaped stately home featuring three floors adorned with relief-decorated cornices. The door, with its elliptical arch, features simple reliefs on its lintel and jambs.
A piece by Girona artist Bonaventura Ansó, it was inaugurated on 14 October 2001, as part of the opening ceremony for Lloret de Mar’s millennium celebrations. The artist was inspired by the legend of Apollo and Daphne, the basis for the origins of the town of Lloret.
This sculpture, created by Rosa Serra, was inaugurated on 15 October 2000 to commemorate the International Gathering of FC Barcelona Supporters Clubs in Lloret de Mar.
In 1971 the town of Lloret de Mar was proclaimed Ciudad Pubilla de la Sardana. In commemoration of this fact, the City Council decided to erect a monument dedicated to Catalan dance, which was designed and executed, in metal, by the Girona sculptor Domènec Fita.
Located on the Passeig de les Palmeres, this fountain is an exact replica of the famous water fountain of the same name that sits on Barcelona’s Ramblas. It was a gift from Barcelona to Lloret de Mar in 1968. If you find yourself nearby, make sure to take a look!
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