Your travel guide to Lloret de Mar
For those looking for an adventurous vacation filled with activities, Lloret de Mar is a beautiful island to visit. Soak up the sun rays at Lloret Beach or Fenals Beach. Explore a secluded and romantic beach at Santa Cristina Hermitage. Embracing the wildlife and nature of Santa Clotilde Gardens invigorates travelers. Splashing around at Water World.
Shopping in Lloret de Mar can be a lot of fun for bargain hunters. On St. Pere street, travelers can find the typical array of retail establishments, fine jewelry stores and bazars. Bazars are small trinket shops that sell very inexpensive accessories, carvings, drawings, paintings, clothing and more. Travelers can try their hand at haggling with the bazar owners to score some deals on souvenirs to take home. In Tossa de Mar, travelers can find a wide range of restaurants as well as major supermarkets.
Lloret de Mar has an excellent public transportation busing system. Four taxi stands are on the island, and taxis operate for 24 hours a day. Travelers with rental cars should be aware that they will likely have to pay high parking fees. To explore the lush nature and scenery of Lloret de Mar, hop on the Garden Bus. The Garden Bus takes visitors on a tour of the island to show them the Botanical Gardens, Santa Clotilde Gardens and other sites.
Lloret de Mar does have a thriving art scene on the island. Find numerous museums to check out, such as The Verdaguer Cultural Centre. Relics and paintings are held at The Verdaguer Cultural Centre. The Dali Museum-House in Cadaques is worth traveling the distance to view. Portlligat House-Museum, Cadaques, is another site to see that was specifically chosen by artist Salvador Dali as an inspiration for his paintings during his lifetime.