Lloret De Mar Holidays 2024/2025

A bustling seaside town with 13 incredible beaches, you’ll be spoilt by the gorgeous scenery and cultural relics here. Lloret De Mar holidays are an adventurer’s paradise and are a favourite amongst those seeking All Inclusive holidays in Costa Brava. With a huge water park and a spectacular coast prime for snorkeling excursions, there’s no wonder why Lloret De Mar is becoming increasingly popular.

Beaches and bustle are what make up Costa Brava’s Lloret de Mar. Despite everything it has to offer, cheap Lloret De Mar holidays are easy to come around – especially with Holiday Hypermarket. Browse all our Lloret De Mar holidays and get your action packed holiday started, for less.

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Seaside escape

Lloret de Mar is home to an impressive line-up of popular beaches, many of which have won Blue Flag awards for their excellence in quality and cleanliness. You’ll find a good network of roads connecting the beaches so they are incredibly accessible. This means an afternoon stretched out on a warm patch of sand can always be on the agenda – plus, beach days are always great for the wallet when planning a cheap holiday to Lloret De Mar.

In Lloret de Mar a visit to the beach doesn’t just mean a siesta or a dip in the waves, though it certainly can. It can also be a scenic walk underneath the cliffside Castle of Sant Joan on Fenals beach, or a snorkeling outing at Cala Banys, whose rocky cove is notoriously good for catching glimpses of local fish. Coastal walks can give you that refreshed holiday feeling with a view and can be the perfect spots for romantic strolls.

A storied past

The town of Lloret de Mar is filled with sites hinting to its earliest days, which are fascinating to explore. The former home of the ancient Iberians, the earliest ruins date back to the 4th century BC, whereas Castell de Sant Joan was built as a guard post in the 11th century. Visitors are invited to learn more about the town’s past at nearly every street corner, winding their way through historical hotspots. This includes the Maritime Museum, where you can uncover the town’s colourful seafaring history.

Every year in Lloret, the town hosts a vast number of events celebrating the heritage and culture that’s so important here. If timed right, visitors can join the fun at festivals honoring everything from Lloret’s medieval history, to rice and even the town’s unique fishing techniques that helped make it the thriving port it is today.

Just a half hour drive away, Calella also offers up plenty of history for those keen explorers. Take in the impressive lighthouse that sits up on top of a steep hill and whose light beams across 56 kilometres. Check out the incredible views from this height and then learn a bit more about the lighthouse in the small museum nearby. There’s plenty of fascinating spots here perfect for a day trip out of Lloret De Mar.

Naturally beautiful

The spectacular coastline of Costa Brava is perhaps the biggest appeal to holidays in this region, and in fact, one of the most scenic beach walks winds along the coast of Lloret de Mar. The Fenals footpath extends from Lloret beach to Fenals beach. This picturesque pathway passes several of the town’s landmarks including the Castell de Sant Joan and the Dona Merinera – the monument to the fisherman’s wife. It is rumored that if you touch her foot and look at the horizon, it will bring good luck.

A haven for the green-fingered, Lloret de Mar’s 100 year old Santa Clotilde public gardens are set atop a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Visitors will find here some of the best examples of Catalan landscape gardening, filled with a wide variety of plants and sea-themed sculptures. Admission to the gardens is just a small fee for a whole day out of beautiful views and adventures – it’s a great day out for the family and a great day out for those sticking within their cheap Lloret De Mar Holiday budget.

Lined with historic homes fit for kings, Lloret de Mar’s streets are incredibly scenic, an afternoon stroll is a unique activity of its own. Wealthy Catalans who emigrated to America in the 20th century – also known as Indianos – left behind stunning, castle-like homes, whose turrets and Modernist architecture still dominate the town’s streets. If you’re interested in the history then there’s also the Maritime Musuem which gives you an insight into the town’s storied relationship with the sea.

Flying high

Though sprawling out on the beach soaking up the warm climate of Spain is often priority number one on holiday in Lloret de Mar, the town also features some fantastic outdoor attractions.

If you’re ready to swap your beach spot for a harness, at the Arbre Adventura Park adventurous types can strap in and take to the trees. You’ll climb through an obstacle course that varies based on fitness and sheer bravery. Similarly, WaterWorld is one of the best places in Europe to make a splash, with sky high slides and family-friendly playgrounds. By the time you’re done with these, we have a feeling you’ll be ready to return to the beach for some much-needed relaxation.

A short drive away in Malgrat De Mar is MarineLand, another superb day out for all with adrenaline fueled shoots and slides, as well as the chance to meet some dolphins and sea lions!

On the town

Some holidaymakers love the combination of the sunset and a quiet, delicious dinner and then back to bed, but some holidaymakers are keen to keep their holiday going once the sun sets. Lloret De Mar offers plenty after dusk, from hard rock bars to British pubs, all-night discos to shisha cafes, the town has a whole range of venues certain to satisfy you on a night out.

For a laid-back evening there’s El Pub, whose televisions broadcast live sporting matches and kids’ corner keeps the youngest members of your group occupied. Or it doesn’t get much more raucous than neon lights and foam parties at Disco Tropics. There are plenty of options in between too, so whether you come alive with the holiday hustle and bustle and booming nights, or a quiet night in is for you, Lloret De mar holidays offer it all.

Shopping time

As well as the beautiful, natural landscapes, Blue flag beaches and fascinating history, Lloret de Mar is home to an astonishing number of retail shops – in fact, over a thousand! Souvenirs and beach goods can be found beside the sea, while in the main shopping street, Carrer de Sant Pere, high street bargains are to be had on clothes and homeware. Night-time shopping is also available from May to September and is the perfect time to splash a little cash without the crowds.

While wandering the streets or passing through the weekly market stalls you can delight in a little retail therapy and bring home a bit of Spain. Of course, here you can polish your haggling skills to get the best bargain possible, after all, you’re supposed to be staying within budget on your cheap holidays to Lloret De Mar! Although, window shopping can be just as fun and you don’t need to worry about fitting it all back in your suitcase.

The beautiful and vibrant Barcelona is just an hours drive down the coast and can be even more thrilling when it comes to shopping. Perhaps the morning spent browsing the shops, before an afternoon of relaxation on the beach?