The nightlife scene in Lloret de Mar is big and broad with all types of bars and clubs lining the town's bustling streets. The bars here mix up a rainbow of coloured cocktails, and if you're looking for an intimate, one-of-a-kind outing, there's a shisha bar with your name on it. For a lively night out that extends to the early hours of the morning, there's a disco for that, complete with live DJ sets and foam parties. If you want a friendly pub like the ones you're used to at home, you'll be able to find a pint of your favourite beer, no problem. And with TVs playing all of the top sports games, you'll never miss out on the latest scores. Here are some of the top nightlife haunts in Lloret de Mar.
For a seriously raucous night on the town, party animals flock to Disco Tropics, a two-level club that blasts English and Spanish dance hits until the wee hours of the morning. Throughout the week, the club hosts themed nights like paint and foam parties and welcomes special music guests to keep the crowd going. Drinks here are on the cheap if you buy them in bulk, making a night out with your friends great fun at Disco Tropics.
This unique spot's pool and bar, combined with its slightly off the beaten path location give it the feel of an exclusive party oasis. In addition to a long list of cocktails, sun loungers line the pool and a DJ plays round-the-clock house music. Sand Dance also features beach sport areas, like a volleyball net and football field.
This popular shisha spot is known not only for its stellar service and huge range of shisha flavours, but also for its top notch cocktails. Drop by and rent a pipe, trying tastes like mint or watermelon, or opt out and grab a seat at the bar with a strawberry mojito.
This British pub-style bar is a top choice for visitors looking to catch their favourite team on the television inside. There's also a massive screen outside on the bar's terrace, where sports fans can settle in with a drink and bask in the warm Spanish air, hopefully cheering their team to victory.
If you're after a night of dancing, Disco Colossos is your new hotspot. Their 'crazy' party - with gifts, surprises, shows and costumes – is what gets people flooding this dance floor and moving to beats from live DJ sets and special musical guests. And as an added bonus, the entry fee to this disco gets you two free drinks.
Located directly on the beach, this Polynesian-themed bar has an impressive tiki-like structure greeting guests as they arrive and plant pots decorating the ceiling. The cocktails here are large and in charge, some of which are served in tiki-style glasses and topped with fresh herbs – excellent for enjoying on the outdoor terrace overlooking the town.
Playing hip hop music and R&B, the Disco Londoner is an intimate dance club where visitors drop by to let loose. The menu features a great choice of fancy cocktails and weekly drink deals.
Considered a hidden gem to those lucky visitors that manage to sneak up on it, Bar Room is a cosy spot with heaps of character. The only thing more creative than its decor – its tables are covered in magazines and newspapers – are its cocktails, blended carefully and presented with flair. You can also u one of Bar Room's shisha pipes or nibble on something like sushi from the snack menu.
At this neighborhood English pub, warm welcomes and a friendly atmosphere come first. Visitors feel at home with a pint of beer and sports matches playing on multiple televisions, while the little ones stay occupied in the kids' corner or with a round of pool.
Calling all serious rock fans – when it comes to playing hard rock tunes, Yates is no joke. They take requests too, making sure everyone's individual metal needs are met. Decked with guitars hanging on the walls, the bar has a cave-like atmosphere to it and a healthy selection of beers on tap, some of which are poured from what looks like an engine.