Cala Trons is one of the most intimate and quiet coves in Lloret de Mar. It has only 100 metres of length and its level of occupancy is usually low.
In a wild environment, fitted in between cliffs and vegetation, the access is not difficult. You can get there through the coastal road that follows the Costa Brava from Lloret to Tossa, or leaving the car in La Mongoda urbanisation, 300 metres far of the entrance to the cove.
It is a rocky beach, of gross sand, with a rich marine bottom ideal to practise snorkel, underwater fishing or shallow scuba diving.
If you have time, coming out from the Castle of Lloret de Mar northbound, you will find the costal road that follows the coast until Cala Trons. It takes about 20 minutes going through this distance, enjoying the marvelous views of the cliffs and little coves that you will find in Costa Brava, until arriving to Cala Trons, the exquisite reward that you will find in Lloret de Mar.