Lloret beaches
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Lloret beaches

Routes | Routes Lloret de Mar

Data sheet

  • Duration of the route: Aprox. 3h
  • Distance: 11km
  • Childrens: Yes

Beginning of the route - Cala Canyelles

Coming from Cala Canyelles, with destination to Santa Cristina beach, this 11 kilometres route follow all the Lloret coast crossing the most symbolic beaches in Lloret de Mar.

All the beaches and coves

The second stop will be the welcoming Cala Trons, a cove of rocks and coarse sand with a rich sea bottom. Besides being one of the quietest and most intimate beaches in Lloret

You will continue along the coastal path, passing behind the castle until Sa Caleta, a small fishing cove where many boats accumulate in summer.

The Platja Gran de Lloret de Mar will be the next one you will find, this is the best known in Lloret, and it has numerous services such as showers, beach bars, toilets, etc.

Almost next to the urban nucleus and following the coastal path that borders the castle, is the Platja de Fenals, which has similar characteristics to the previous one but with a shorter length.

Finally, before reaching the last stop, there is Sa Boadella, the only unspoiled beach in Lloret with a natural charm, where, from there you will take the GR 92 until you reach the last beach on the route.

End of the route - Santa Cristina beach

We will finish in Santa Cristina beach, symbolic by its special situation, at the feet of the mythical Ermita de Santa Cristina, Lloret de Mar patron saint.

It is an easy tour, capable and accesible for all the family. You can do it in one day or dividing the visits in two parts to eat one of the specialities of Costa Brava gastronomy and enjoy every point of this route.

Points of interest on this route

Sa Caleta

Sa Caleta

Beaches and coves - Lloret de Mar