Everyday a Different Journey: In Lloret de Mar

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Lloret de Mar is not just for late night partying and gorgeous beach. I will take you to different journey route. Come lets discover and explore Lloret de Mar’s beautiful architectural design dotted around the area.

Parish Church of Sant Roma
This church originally built in gothic style then rebuilt in modernist architectural design. It is in the middle of shopping district of Lloret. You can’t miss the colourful and unusual design. Worth a visit for Photography enthusiasts.

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Sa Caleta Cove
A fantastic long walk along the coastal path and you’ll find this quiet place. With a view of a castle a top of a hill.
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Tower of Sant Joan
The tower castle is situated at the top of the hill. Dates back to the beginning of the 11th century. Which separates the beaches of Lloret de Mar and Fenals. Climb up the tower with 360 degrees overviews of Lloret and the deep blue sea.

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Garden Clotilde

An impressive example of a contemporary Catalan landscape gardening. The garden are carved on top of a cliff-face, many of the paths are quite steep. Gorgeous gardens interesting statuary with spectacular views of the Mediterranean sea.
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Modernist Cemetery
Have you considered cemetery as a day out place to visit? This particular place is totally different from conventional cemetery. Here you can see private mausoleums with stunning statues and stone carving designs.
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Fisherman’s Wife Statue
A visit to this statue is a must. The climb uphill is worth it, giving a stunning view of Lloret and the coast. Dont forget to make a wish while touching the bronze foot ( may your wish come true! ).
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The Casteller
A hundred years of catalan tradition. It’s also known the human tower. It is intended to provide entertainment to the locals for special occasions. Watching this in my very eyes is so wonderful.
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Have you enjoy the day out photography in Lloret? Now it’s time to relax and laze around by the sea or have afternoon siesta before the dark time comes for a late night partying.

Have you been to Lloret de Mar? Leave your comment below and share your experience, in this beautiful coastal town.

Disclosures: Thank you to Lloret de Mar Tourism Board and Costa Brava Tourism Board

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Anneklien
Hi Im Meanne Anneklien, a part time traveller and photographer. I love solo travelling and through this blog I would like to inspire others to travel more. Lets explore and experience first hand the different cultures, customs and sample the world cuisines, and meeting amazing people along our wonderful journeys.

39 thoughts on “Everyday a Different Journey: In Lloret de Mar

  1. Such an interesting point of view of a popular touristic place. Nicely done! The Clotilde garden looks like a magical place to wander around.

  2. Lloret de Mar was a bit of a dirty word when I was at school, all about booze and beaches, but that impression is so wrong, you don’t need to look far to find the ‘real’ Lloret. Somewhere definitely worthy of checking out!

  3. Great to see this! I also have just the association with nightlife. Since my ears are damaged, places with nightlife don’t attract me. Great picturesque places do! So looks like this is definately worth a travel 😀
    Good article 🙂

  4. Wow, those colours are just stunning. I could definitely see myself living in Spain, shame that they’re being so incredibly squeezed right now by economic shifts in financial markets.

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