Lloret de Mar is the liveliest resort on the Costa Brava. The resort boasts five sand and shingle beaches extending over four miles along the coast. Most holidaymakers head to Lloret de Mar Beach, the resort's main stretch of sand, to laze on the sun beds. During the day you can have a go at windsurfing, diving, para-sailing or jet skiing. This resort has a huge array of holiday facilities including a vast range of accommodation, shops, restaurants, bars and nightclubs.
"this resort has a huge array of holiday facilities..."
Shopping fans will be delighted at the diverse range of shops available in Lloret de Mar, the resort offers everything from large department stores to designer boutiques and bustling markets. Visitors can haggle for souvenirs and mementos at the local Tuesday market. The resort offers an amazing choice of restaurants, serving everything from traditional Spanish tapas to Chinese, Italian, French and even British pub grub. Lloret de Mar's numerous bars and nightclubs are found along the Avinguda, where party goers will find well known DJ's, foam parties, laser shows and throbbing nightclubs.
Holidaymakers in Lloret de Mar can also enjoy a good choice of excursions. Fun family days out include trips to Waterworld, the Port Aventura theme park in Salou or Marineland near Blanes. If you enjoy exploring a little further afield you can visit the historical lakeside town of Banyoles, head to the Salvador Dali Museum House in the fishing village of Cadaques, or take a sightseeing excursion to Gerona with its Baroque architecture and 14th-century cathedral. Only 43 miles away lies the cosmopolitan city of Barcelona if you would like to visit you can take one of the regular scheduled buses which run from Lloret de Mar to Gerona and Barcelona.
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