Aquarium and Spa Hotel

The Aquarium and Spa Hotel is a big hit with families. The rooms are swish and modern, with wood panelling and sea-inspired art creating a nautical theme.

The main pool takes pride of place outside next to a snack bar that serves light bites. Head indoors and you can enjoy the U-shaped pool that comes with jets. There are a couple of hot tubs, too.

There’s also plenty for little travellers. Children have their own pool to swim in as well as a playground and a hotel-run kids’ club where they can get involved in competitions and games.

The whole family can reconvene at the buffet restaurant where chefs rustle up global dishes.

Overview of Lloret de Mar

If you love to spend your holiday on the sand, then Lloret de Mar is the perfect place for a holiday to Costa Brava. The town boats an impressive 13 beaches, so you’ll never struggle for a stretch to call your own.

In the evening, Lloret de Mar transforms into Costa Brava’s nightlife capital. So, if you choose to leave the Aquarium and Spa Hotel for your evening meal, you’ll also come across plenty of energetic bars.

Things to do in Lloret de Mar

The Aquarium and Spa Hotel has a best-of-both-worlds location. It’s in a quiet part of Lloret de Mar, but the beaches and bars are just five minutes’ walk away.

All of Lloret de Mar’s beaches are easily accessible. Plus, your visit to the beach doesn’t have to mean a siesta or a dip in the waves, as you can also enjoy a snorkelling outing or take a stroll underneath the Castle of Sant Joan.

The history of the town can be traced to the 4th century BC. You can learn all about it during your stay thanks to interesting monuments and the Maritime Museum.

Lloret de Mar’s a great place for a seaside escape. There’s plenty to keep the whole family happy morning, noon and night.


Resort Summary

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. Because the town is one of the area’s more urban coastal locales and has a good network of roads connecting the beaches, they are incredibly accessible. This means an afternoon stretched out on a warm patch of sand can always be on the agenda.

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.