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Lloret de Mar:
Lloret de Mar is a very sort after beach resort on the south coast of Costa Brava, only 70km from Barcelona. Top class sandy beaches and up-tempo nightlife on your doorstep.
Its all about relaxing on the beach, dining at sunset and dancing the night away.
For serenity do walk up to the enchanting Santa Clotilde Gardens. A sublime cliff top botanical garden with breath-taking views over the sea and wander among its amazing flower gardens and fountains.

Overlooked by the ruins of an ancient castle, Lloret de Mar town is a busy place with a mixture of new and old Gothic-style buildings. The two main beaches cover over two miles of sun kissed sand. This is a resort that has attracted families and fun-seekers of all ages, some for the beach and some for the vibrant night life. Not forgetting Europe’s biggest water park right on your doorstep.
Exploration of the local coast will reveal hidden rocky coves or sandy bays where you can be virtually private and sun tan all day. Of course there's always water sports activities to spend some energy on.
As for cuisine, you have a multitude of food outlets and restaurants for both the more traditional Spanish or Catalonian dishes and english breakfasts, tea and toast.

Beaches:
But apart from the vibrant night life, people come to Lloret de Mar for its wonderful beaches. Fenals Beach is just under a mile long and great for swimming in its sheltered bay with gentle lapping water.
Lloret Beach is over a mile of golden sand and gentle crystal clear water. Being part of Lloret's town this beach is very popular as there are even car parking areas.
Cala Boadella Beach is set in a small cove and this blue flag beach is popular with nudists.

Nightlife:
There is no doubt Lloret de Mar is the nightlife capital of the Costa Brava. With 20 large discos and international DJs to chose from, it's a party night lovers paradise.
Some clubs are open all day, while others open in the afternoon But the hard core discos only really come to life at midnight and don't close until sun up. Lloret de Mar truly is a resort town that never sleeps.

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