Lloret De Mar Holidays

Lloret De Mar

Holidays

It may be one of the Costa Brava's largest and liveliest holiday hotspots, but Lloret de Mar's history goes back more than a thousand years. Throughout its transformation from fishing village to dynamic regional tourist centre, it has kept its distinctive personality and fiery spirit, apparent today in its vibrant nightlife. With its mild climate and impressive surroundings, this is the ideal place for a relaxing holiday to Spain.

Situated in the southern part of the region, just 70km from Barcelona, and a great base for visiting the area, your Costa Brava holiday starts here.

Weather

The mild Mediterranean climate means activities like biking and walking can be enjoyed all year long on holidays to Lloret de Mar. Temperatures are not extreme, but July and August are the hottest months. You can bask in average temperatures of 22 - 28° Celsius in the summer. You'll be coming back from your Lloret de Mar holidays with a healthy glow!

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Jan - 13ºC
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Feb - 15ºC
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Mar - 16ºC
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Apr - 18ºC
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May - 21ºC
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Jun - 24ºC
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Jul - 27ºC
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Aug - 27ºC
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Sep - 25ºC
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Oct - 20ºC
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Nov - 16ºC
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Dec - 13ºC

Things To Do on Holidays

For a taste of history and culture on holidays to Lloret de Mar, pop along to the Verdaguer Cultural Centre, where you can see excavated relics dating back to 250BC, and naval models charting Lloret de Mar's seafaring history.

Or head for a fun day out at Water World, Europe's biggest water park, just outside Lloret de Mar. Or check out the reptile house and dolphin shows at Marineland, just south of neighbouring Blanes, or Port Aventura 150km south, a Disney-style theme park, complete with thrilling rides and live entertainment!

Things to do: Culture

You can still savour Lloret de Mar's rich cultural heritage in its regional cuisine, dances and time-honoured fiestas. These can be found year-round, but the most important festival is the maritime procession to the shrine of Santa Cristana, held on July 24 as Lloret de Mar's main three-day fiesta kicks off.

Visitors can also join in at the Placa de la Vila on summery Saturday evenings, when locals dance the Catalonian Sardana dance. The local market is held every Tuesday, and there is a municipal market every weekday.

Things to do: Nightlife

Lloret de Mar is the undisputed after-hours capital of the Costa Brava, and the exhilarating round-the-clock nightlife is a major pull for thousands of its visitors. The town is bursting at the seams, with hundreds of bars and 30-odd nightclubs pulsating all night. Whether you're after a Brit bar or a German beer keller, or whether karaoke, flamenco or hip-hop are your thing, Lloret de Mar holidays really have it all.

Among the popular venues are Bumpers, with its cocktails and glass dancefloor; Moby's, for karaoke; and Tropics, where guest DJs rock the night with a mix of house, rock and trance music, laser lights and foam. Families on holidays in Lloret de Mar can opt for friendly pubs in the suburb of Fenals, providing children's entertainment.

Landscape

Lloret de Mar boasts seven kilometres of coastline, and five safe main beaches that are popular with people on holidays to Lloret de Mar. Their EU blue flag bears witness to the quality of the water and sand, and facilities. The hills around Lloret de Mar are popular with mountain bikers, and there are enjoyable walks to be had along the coast or through the woods surrounding the resort.

Book a Holiday now!

With so much to offer, it's not surprising that Lloret de Mar holidays are so popular. You could swap grey skies for clear turquoise waters and golden sands and be on your holiday within a few hours of leaving the UK in one of our top Lloret de Mar hotels. Check out the range of excellent deals available from On the Beach!

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