The village of Lloret de Mar, located in the south of the Costa Brava, hides some of the most beautiful beaches in Catalonia.
The town has urban beaches such as Lloret Beach, Fenals Beach and Santa Cristina Beach, as well as smaller, hidden coves such as Cala Canyelles, Sa Caleta, Cala Banys, Sa Boadella and Cala Treumal.
Furthermore, Lloret de Mar is one of the Catalan towns with the most "Blue Flags", an award given annually by the European Foundation for Environmental Education to those beaches and ports that comply with a series of environmental conditions and facilities.
Lloret de Mar beach is the beach that you will find right in front of Rosamar Hotels.
With more than 1km length, it is the longest beach in the town and has all the services you may need on your beach day. The beach of Lloret is especially suitable for spending a day at the sea with the family, since you will find different water activities such as paddle boats or kayaks, with which both young and old will enjoy a refreshing vacation.
Next to the Lloret Beach, and just in front of Hotel Rosamar Maxim Adults Only, you can find Sa Caleta. A very perfect cove if you don’t like saturated beaches but you rather prefer to live the tranquility of the Mediterranean Sea, Sa Caleta is your beach. It’s a typical cove of the Costa Brava, with coarse sand and surrounded by pines, with old boats of fishermen accumulated on its sand and breathes the pleasant breeze of the sea.
Canyelles beach is the farthest beach you can find from the center of Lloret de Mar, at the north end of the town. Located next to the urbanization of Canyelles, it is a slightly busy beach in which is the only sport port of Lloret, the Puerto Náutico Canyelles.
Fenals beach is an urban beach of 700 m. long and thick sand, located in a natural bay and surrounded by hotels. Fenals Beach enjoys the Blue Flag and has surveillance services, first aid, public toilet, showers and foot showers, and access for people with reduced mobility, as well as a kiosk with ice cream, drinks and food.
Cala Boadella is a quiet cove just 250 meters long, in an almost virgin spot between Fenals and Santa Cristina Beach. The access is through a dirt road of 200 meters, place in which the car must be left parked. It is a guarded beach and where nudism is practiced.
Santa Cristina beach is a semi-urban beach in the south of Lloret de Mar. It is a small cove surrounded by mountains and away from the crowd that concentrates on the beaches closest to the center of the town. It has an easy access by a descent on foot from the hermitage of Santa Cristina, where the parking of the beach is located. It has a kiosk, lifeguards and showers.
Cala Treumal is located at the southern end of Santa Cristina Beach. A pair of huge rocks act as gateways to this small, almost wild cove. It can also be accessed from the dirt road that leaves from the hermitage of Santa Cristina. It has basic rescue services, rental of umbrellas, skates, and ice cream and drinks kiosk.