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Hotels in Lloret de Mar

The golden sands and crystal-clear waters of Lloret de Mar have turned this former fishing village into one of the most popular holiday resorts on the Costa Brava.

But there's more to see in this lively resort than just sun and sea. Book one of our Lloret de Mar hotels and enjoy beautiful coastal walks, delicious Catalan cuisine and vibrant nightlife.

Beaches

Almost a mile long, Lloret beach is the largest beach in the resort and a Blue Flag holder. Here you can go parasailing, waterskiing, kayaking or jet skiing, or just enjoy a stroll along the promenade. Separated from it by a hill is Fenals beach, the resort's second largest beach and another Blue Flag holder.

Smaller beaches include the Sa Caleta fisherman's cove, peaceful Blue Flag holder Cala Boadella, Cala Banys, good for fishing and snorkelling, and Canyelles beach, the furthest from the town centre. Santa Cristina beach, another Blue Flag holder, has calm and particularly clear waters which are good for diving.

Nightlife

Lloret de Mar is well known for its nightlife. El Pub is popular with English speakers for its beers and lagers, free wi-fi, pool table and sport on TV. Enjoy a cocktail on the terrace and views over the bay at Calabanys Bar, or strut your stuff at Bumper's, which has an outdoor dancefloor set in tropical gardens. Other popular nightspots include Moby's Disco, which has several halls all playing different music, Disco Tropics, which has hosted Danny Howard and Snoop Dogg, and Sibwana, which is popular with locals.

Attractions

Development in recent decades notwithstanding, Lloret de Mar's landscapes are still impressive, and there are plenty of delightful walks to take along the coast or through the forest. The narrow streets of the Old Town are another pleasant place for a wander, as are the landscaped Santa Clotilde Gardens, filled with fountains, ponds and sculptures. The gardens have excellent views of the sea from their clifftop vantage point. The Castle of Sant Joan, on top of the hill which separates Lloret and Fenals beaches, dates back to the beginning of the 11th century. It was severely damaged by the British Navy in 1805, but has been partly restored and is protected as a Building of Cultural Interest.

Eating and drinking

Head to the family-run and popular La Parrilla, a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner, for paella, steaks, sangria and outdoor seating in fine weather. Booking is advisable. Sa Xarxa, designed to look like a fisherman's cellar, has been run by the same family since 1969, when fisherman Joan Sala sold his boat to start the business. Tuck into tapas, baguettes and montaditos – a type of open sandwich – and enjoy a wide variety of drinks, including craft beers and cocktails. Another popular place for authentic Spanish cuisine is La Lonja, hidden down a side street just back from the seafront.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Lloret de Mar

What are the best hotels to stay in Lloret de Mar?

According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Lloret de Mar are HTOP Royal Star & Spa, Delamar - Adults Only Hotel and Miramar Hotel.

What are the most convenient hotel rates in Lloret de Mar?

The lowest price for a double room in Lloret de Mar is £21.

What hotels are in the central Lloret de Mar neighborhood?

If you want to stay near the center of Lloret de Mar, you can consider staying at Hotel Don Juan Resort, Hotel Acapulco Lloret and Hotel Maria del Mar.

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