Augusta Club

A relaxing stay is guaranteed when you go on holiday to the Augusta Club. The hotel’s reserved exclusively for adults and includes a tranquil spa in its grounds.

The interiors are fresh and modern, with hard-wood flooring and cream-coloured furnishings throughout the hotel. There’s also an outdoor pool and an indoor pool to choose from – the indoor number is heated and comes with spotlights and a waterfall.

Buffet meals are served at the restaurant, which offers regular themed nights. Show-cooking stations also mean you can watch the chef prepare your food in front of you.

After dinner, the entertainment includes a DJ on the decks most nights and live musicians.

Overview of Lloret De Mar

Holidays to the Costa Brava are renowned for endless beaches and year-round sunshine. When you head to Lloret de Mar on your break, you’ll see exactly why. The resort is home to more than a dozen beaches, so there’s sure to be a strip of sand to suit your mood.

Lloret de Mar has a reputation as a paradise for adventurers. The coastline is in a prime position for snorkelling excursions, while on land, you’ll find a family-friendly waterpark. The fun doesn’t stop as the sun goes down, either. Lloret de Mar has a reputation as Costa Brava’s nightlife capital, and after dark, quiet bars and lively nightclubs are everywhere you look.

Things to do in Lloret De Mar

When you stay at the Augusta Club, you’ll find a good selection of bars and restaurants in between the property and the beach, which is 10 minutes away on foot.

An afternoon relaxing on the sand is always on the agenda here, but you can also walk underneath the cliffside Castle of Sant Joan by Fenals Beach, or snorkel at Cala Banys.

In the town, there’s history dating to the 4th century BC and museums where you can learn more about the town’s history. Away from the historic sites, there’s an astonishing number of retail outlets where you can pick up presents and holiday essentials.

Home to an impressive line-up of popular beaches, numerous historic attractions and plenty of water sports, a trip to Lloret de Mar is one that the whole family will love.


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.