Lloret de Mar, a town on the Costa Brava in Spain’s Catalonia region, is known for its fantastic Mediterranean beaches. The medieval hilltop Castle of Sant Joan, to the east, offers views over the area, while the central Iglesia de Sant Romà church provides examples of both Catalan Gothic and modernist architecture. On a cliff overlooking the sea, the Santa Clotilde Gardens were built in the style of the Italian Renaissance.
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What to do in Lloret de Mar?
Apart from the lovely beaches, the fine restaurants with their Mediterranean food and the outdoorsy nightlife, you can:
Visit the Santa Clotilda Gardens
These gardens are designed in the Italian Renaissance style, so they’re all overlapping terraces, gushing fountains, and Roman-style statues. Best of all, they’re on a clifftop, with panoramic Med views from pretty much every angle.
Have fun in Waterworld Lloret
Waterworld Lloret is one of the town’s must-sees. It’s home to Europe’s biggest rafting river, and the 260-metre-long X-Treme Mountain takes the big dipper to a new level. Last but not least, little ones have got the twisty Water Petit slides and Kiddie Island waterpark to keep them amused.