Catalonia has endless beaches and incredible coves, especially the Costa Brava. The beaches of Lloret de Mar are usually very crowded in high season due to the quality of the water and the good weather in the area.
It is an ideal destination for couples and families. All the beaches of Lloret de Mar have a blue flag and are the perfect starting point to get to know the area and its tourist enclaves, such as the Santa Clotilde Gardens, the heritage of the Indianos and its spectacular modern architecture.
Lloret de Mar has an important natural heritage, with more than 11 kilometers of coastline, beaches and hidden coves between cliffs, surrounded by pine forests and crystal clear waters. Visiting one of the beaches in this municipality is one of the best experiences you can enjoy in the heart of the Costa Brava.
Cala Canyelles is a beautiful beach with a marina located in the magnificent urbanization of Canyelles. It offers a variety of recreational activities such as water skiing, paddle surfing and kayaking. It has a magnificent seafood restaurant with beautiful panoramic views of the sea, a beach bar, another restaurant and a bar overlooking the port.
The beach is separated by some rocks called Ses Roques des Mig. The part of these rocks to the left is called Sa Somera. The bay is distinguished by its distinctive Blue Flag.
Cala Sa Boadella
This beautiful bay is located between the beaches of Santa Cristina and Fenals and in it you can practice nudism. It is conveniently located just a few minutes’ walk from a car park and has a restaurant on the beach.
It is a very quiet and almost virgin beach that combines the charm of the crystal clear waters of the coves of the Costa Brava with the space of the most extensive beaches. To the left are the famous Santa Clotilde Gardens.
It is currently considered the best beach in Catalonia, second in Spain and ninth in Europe.
Santa Cristina Beach
Located in a privileged environment of almost 500 meters of fine golden sand, Santa Cristina Beach in Lloret de Mar is a beach much visited by the people of Lloret.
Every year, on July 24, Carnival Mayor’s Day, a seafaring parade takes place to bring images and relics of Santa Cristina, patron saint of Lloret de Mar, to her hermitage that is located in the highest part of this beach.
Santa Cristina has a more familiar atmosphere than the other beaches in Lloret de Mar, on the right side separated by rocks is the beautiful Cala Treumal surrounded by vegetation which makes it seem a bit more wild. Without a doubt, it is the perfect paradisiacal enclave for those seeking relaxation and tranquility.
Cala Banys is a rocky bay that can be reached on foot from the Paseo Marítimo de Lloret de Mar on its south side or from the Castillo de Sant Joan on the north.
In this short you will go through another tourist enclave of Lloret de Mar, a bronze sculpture known as “La Dona Marinera”. From here you can also enjoy a beautiful view of Lloret de Mar and the majesty of its beach.
This small beach is perfect for snorkeling or enjoying a moment of peace and relaxation with a drink at its beautiful Cala Banys bar.
It is probably one of the most important beaches in Lloret de Mar, only surpassed by the beach of Lloret de Mar or Playa Grande. Fenals beach is protected from strong winds by a massif below the ruins of the castle of Sant Joan.
Its most recurrent public is families, since it is a very familiar beach accessible from Blanes and Lloret de Mar, just 1.5 km away. At Fenals Beach you will enjoy calm waters and golden sands that invite you to walk along the sand. In addition, it offers all kinds of services and is ideal for all people with reduced mobility.
In summer it is especially crowded and the atmosphere is quite good. Along the promenade you can find a wide variety of leisure activities and restaurants for all tastes. To give it even more value, it is the starting point of a section of the coastal path that runs through the different beaches and coves of Lloret de Mar and its surroundings.
The environment of Cala Morisca Lloret de Mar is one of the most coveted because it is located in a natural space surrounded by a lot of vegetation of pine and oak trees and cliffs. This environment keeps Cala Morisca far from the Tramuntana, so bathing conditions are usually the best.
This cove is shaped like a kind of tongue that goes into this small cove of sand and some rocks, mostly on the shore. As far as its location is concerned, it is about 5 kilometers from Lloret de Mar and it is one of the closest coves to the neighboring town of Tossa de Mar.
Its distance from Lloret de Mar makes this cove one of the least crowded in the municipality, even in summer. So if you don’t like stressful beaches full of bathers, Cala Morisca is a good option. It should be noted that the practice of nudism in the area is widespread and in this cove you can practice it.
Few places can match the beauty of the paradisiacal Treumal cove. Its 200 meters of golden sand are a very attractive attraction. The first thing that catches your eye is the slope of the sand, which makes the waves feel more intense.
Unlike the rest of the coves in Lloret de Mar, it offers a great service with showers, rental of hammocks, umbrellas and even a rescue point in summer. The rock formations divide Cala Treumal in two, which makes it even wilder. Not only can you enjoy the good weather in this cove, but you can also take advantage of the visit to enter the Pinya de Rosa tropical botanical garden by walking along a small path.