Luna Club

At the Luna Club, the pool takes centre stage on the outdoor terrace. It’s surrounded by palm trees and gardens and is a picturesque place to relax during the day. The chefs put on a show in the buffet restaurant where dishes are made to order at live-cooking stations. When you fancy an afternoon snack, head to the poolside cafe bar.

In the evening, you can work your way through the extensive cocktail menu in the bar, which also hosts live music and dance performances. Just so you know, the property shares all its facilities with the adjoining Luna Park Hotel.

Overview of Malgrat de Mar

Malgrat de Mar is home to sweeping beaches that stretch for miles. It’s one of the quieter spots, so it’s good for relaxing holidays to the Costa Brava. There’s still plenty to do, though, and it’s particularly easy to learn about the town’s past. As you wander the streets, beautiful buildings like the Church of St Nicolau take centre stage.

Days in Malgrat de Mar are spent lounging on the town’s peaceful shores and drifting between siestas back at the Luna Club. With waterparks and sites that date to the 14th century, there’s plenty to see and explore in this hidden gem of a resort.

Things to do in Malgrat de Mar

The Luna Club is only a five-minute stroll from the beach and its many bars and restaurants. It’s a pebble number where you can relax and soak up the sunshine.

The resort centre of Malgrat de Mar is around a 15-minute walk away. It’s packed with historic attractions, so you can really get a feel for the town’s past. The castle tower of El Castell is surrounded by a park. It’s a great place to head for a picnic as its elevated spot means you can see for miles.

Malgrat de Mar blends all the best bits of Costa Brava. Whether you want sun, culture or history, this is the place to be.

Resort Summary

Three sprawling beaches make up the shores of Malgrat de Mar, which means there are ample empty patches of sunny sand for you to stake your claim on. The largest beach is the laid-back Tordera Mouth Beach, whose sands extend all the way to the forest and the Montseny Massif Mountains beyond.

A more bustling beachside experience awaits at Central Beach and L’Astillero, whose shores are typically dotted with couples and families enjoying All Inclusive holidays to Costa Brava. These shorelines are dotted with restaurants and bars – and we all know that cocktails taste even better from a sun lounger overlooking the sea. From these beaches you can set out on a Mediterranean kayaking or parasailing adventure or just kick back and listen to the lapping waves.