|An everything-into-the-Spanish-tortilla kind of centuries-old town
with seaside tourists swelling the streets in the finer months, Lloret
de Mar is an upbeat, colorful spot on the Costa Brava to enjoy some of
the best things the area has to offer.
The night life really rocks in Lloret de Mar, especially along the
Avinguda Just Marles.
Take time to stroll in the Jardins de Santa Clotilde with views
over the Mediterranean that will melt your blood into olive oil with
each tick down of the sun.
The new Museo del Mar, on the grand promenade, Can Gorriga, is a good
place to learn about the effects of the Civil War on the area and be
sure and see Santa Roma, a Gothic style church in the middle of the
town of many colors.
For beach days, head to the less visited coves of Cala Santa Christina
and Cala Treumal.
Or, for those who prefer to swim sans traje de bano, try the Cala
And, if the rough sandy beaches and partying down begins
to take its toll on you,
Barcelona is only a short 75 km away.
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