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BEACH CALA FIGUERA

Cala Figuera is part of a series of coves between Lloret de Mar and Tossa. It is possible to access by vehicle, since they are next to an urbanized area called Santa Maria de Llorell.

PATGES TOSSA DE MAR COSTA BRAVA

Distance from Tossa: 3 km.

Services: None

Also known as Cala des Rajols, it is already the only nudist beach in Tossa de Mar. It is one of the most beautiful and privileged, due to its geographical location and the curious shapes of its rocks.

It is of golden and thick sand, surrounded by great vegetation, certainly with a paradisiacal air, since it is not possible to see the urbanization that is behind.

Cala Figuera is located in a magnificent natural environment protected by large rocks.

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BEACH OF LLORELL

Platja de Llorell is in front of two rocks, the Muladera Gran and the Muladera Petita. In front of the first one, a sailboat loaded with oranges sank years ago. It is a beach very protected from north and mestral winds.

BEACHES TOSSA DE MAR COSTA BRAVA

Access: Easy walk / By car / By boat

Length: 460 meters

Width: 50 meters

Occupation: High

Composition: Golden Sand

Foundation: Yes

Nudist: No.

Access adapted for the disabled: No

Washbasins: Yes

Showers: Yes

Trash cans: Yes

Hammock rental: Yes

Kiosks: Yes

Diving areas: Yes

Distance from Tossa: 3.5 km.

It belongs to Tossa, La Selva region. The two beaches of Llorell, Llevant and Garbí, which are practically united in one, have various services and facilities, especially for water sports.

The surrounding vegetation provides sun-protected areas on the beach itself, much in demand when temperatures rise. Its sand is fine and golden.

And for its location near an urbanization and nearby camping, it receives a large number of bathers.

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PLATJA PORTO PI TOSSA DE MAR COSTA BRAVA

BEACH PORTO PI

The cove Porto Pi on the Costa Brava is about 350 meters long, its sand is medium thick, golden, and usually has a beach bar during the summer. The area occupied by this beautiful bay south of the center of Tossa, is also known as Martossa, by the name of the urbanizations that are located.

BEACHES TOSSA DE MAR COSTA BRAVA

Access: Easy walk / By boat
Length: 355 meters
Width: 30 meters
Occupation: Low
Promenade: No.
Foundation: Yes
Nudist: No.
Signposted accesses: Yes
Rescue signs: Yes
Parking: Intercity (Lloret-Tossa Line 1.5 km)
Access adapted for the disabled: No
Washbasins: Yes
Showers: No.
Public telephones: No.
Trash cans: Yes
Umbrella rental: No.
Hammock rental: No.
Kiosks: Yes

This beach is difficult to access by land because it is located just below a cliff. It is located in the same bay as the beaches of Llorell. It can only be accessed by sea or walking on the rocks from the beaches of Llorell.
The bay of Llorell is known for the great atmosphere that is breathed in summer. Cala Llevadó, is the busiest part. However as we head south, and specifically to Porto Pi, the influx is smaller.
We will observe that the beach of Porto Pi is differentiated by a rocky outcrop. Bathers love to climb to contemplate the views of the entire bay. That is why this is also an ideal area for snorkeling. The waters are very clean.

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BEACH CALA CANYELLES

The Cala Canyelles in Lloret de Mar, deservedly awarded the blue flag, is one of these excellent coves on the Costa Brava with a good number of services and perfect to meet the needs of a great day at the beach in family.

EQUIPMENT
Beach sand cleaning service
Trash cans scattered along the beach
Rescue and first aid service
Showers equipped with footbaths
Box office service
Umbrella rental
Hammock rental
water ski
Ski bus
skates
kayak
Kiosk selling ice cream and drinks
Restaurants and establishments selling packaged products
ACCESSES
C-32 motorway, Malgrat-Blanes-Lloret exit.
AP-7 motorway, exit no. 9 Lloret de Mar.
C-63, county of Vidreres
GI-682, county of Blanes in Tossa

TRANSPORT AND PARKING
Tourist cruises.
Bus L3 Lloret – Canyelles – Lloret (July and August)
Parking 150 meters from the beach.
Rescue and first aid:
From 6/15 to 9/15: 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Beach surveillance:
From 5/15 to 6/30: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
From 01/07 to 31/08: from 10.30 am to 6.30 pm
From 01/09 to 15/10: from 10:00 to 18:00

It is the farthest beach from the urban center of Lloret de Mar. To access it, you must reach the urbanization that allows access to the beach and thanks to which it has many additional services. Deep, thick sand, the beach has at one end the only marina in Lloret de Mar. You can park very close to the beach and you can also access it by sea with a tourist cruise.

Surrounded by pine trees and cliffs, it is a busy beach, with many sports facilities, accommodation, campsites and apartments in the vicinity.

The beach, of about 800m of coast, is divided in 2 zones: the one that gives access to the port, to the right, that can be visited walking between the moorings and boats or even eating a paella in the bar; and the most remote, which extends to a rocky area with secluded corners where only about 20 people can fit. In this more remote beach we find an ideal bar to have a cocktail or a smoothie on the shores of the Costa Brava.

The sand of the cove is thick and golden. This cove combines the advantages of an urban environment with extensive services and a fantastic environment with cliffs and pines.

If you are fond of snorkeling or spearfishing, you will find a rich seabed full of caves and pits (very typical of this area of ​​the Costa Brava) in the northern part of the beach, always swimming in this direction.

We must be aware that if we do not take care of our environment, there will come a time when many things we do will not be able to carry them out. Therefore, I urge you to respect all the places I show you, as if it were your house, as it is!

CALA GRAN

Cala Gran, however contradictory it may be, is a small cove. Its location is complicated as well as access to it.

Access: On foot difficult
Length: 30 meters
Occupation: Low
Composition: Coarse sand, stones and rocks.
Distance from the center: 3,3km
With difficult access, there are usually hardly any people. That is why many of its visitors practice nudism.

We must be aware that if we do not take care of our environment, there will come a time when many things we do will not be able to carry them out. Therefore, I urge you to respect all the places I show you, as if it were your house, as it is!

BEACH SA CALETA

Sa Caleta beach is located just where the Paseo de Lloret de Mar ends, following Lloret beach in the direction of Castell d’en Plaja, the beginning of the Camí de Ronda towards Tossa, which will take us through different coves and corners.

Access: On foot / By car / By boat

Length: 110 meters

Width: 10 meters

Occupation: Alt

Promenade: Yes

Composition: Sand

Type: Golden

Nudist: no

Signalized accesses: Yes

Rescue signals: yes

Parking: Urban

Access adapted for the disabled: No

Toilets: Yes

Showers: yes

Public telephones: no

Bins: yes

Rental of parasols: No

Hammocks: no

Kiosks: No

Diving areas: No

With about 110 meters in length and up to 50 meters in width on average, Sa Caleta has traditionally been a refuge for fishing boats that we can still see today on its sand. Its sand, like all of the beaches in this area of ​​the Costa Brava, is golden and thick.

It is protected by the Castle of En Plaja, which rises in a privileged enclave above the cliffs that surround the cove. In fact it is a private home and it is not open to the public to receive visits.

It is a fairly tight cove, they must be shared between ballists, parasols and boats. The seabed is shallow but with great visual appeal.

Although it is a busy cove, it is much quieter and more familiar than the Lloret beach.

We have to make ourselves aware that if we do not take care of our environment, there will be a time when many things we do, we can not do them. Therefore, I urge you to respect all the sites that I show you, as if it were your home, ‘since that is how it is!

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Beach Cala Banys

Cala Banys is located between the beaches of Fenals, and Lloret, it is surprising for its surroundings. Cala Banys, about 100 meters long, is not so much a cove to spend the day sunbathing (it has no sand).

This is a place well known for lovers of fishing and snorkeling in Lloret de Mar, accessible from Lloret, following the picturesque path that borders the monument to the seafaring woman or descending from the castle of Sant Joan de Lloret.

It is a small rocky cove, with a stone path that runs all its coast until reaching the bar of Cala Banys. A place that offers cocktails in this unique corner of the Costa Brava, since the end of the 60’s, a historic bar-restaurant that is actually a large terrace on the cove with sofas and a chillout atmosphere in which we can accommodate and Enjoy the environment while savoring a good refreshment.

On the other hand, in the south side of the bay, is the lookout Joan Llaverías. Climbing a few steps you will find a small, intimate terrace dedicated to the town by this painter in love with Lloret de Mar.

We have to make ourselves aware that if we do not take care of our environment, there will be a time when many things we do, we can not do them. Therefore, I urge you to respect all the sites that I show you, as if it were your home, ‘since that is how it is!

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BEACH OF FENALS

The Fenals beach is about 700 m long, surrounded by hotels and apartments, very similar to Playa Grande de Lloret in terms of definition of sand, occupation and services, among which are leisure activities such as nautical flight. water skiing, kayaking, etc

Length: 700 m

Width: 45 m

Arena: Fat

Pending: 10%

EQUIPMENT

Public address service

Public phones

Blue flag

Clean waters (collection of floating solids) and analyzed.

Beach facilities and equipment maintenance service.

Bath and escort service for people with reduced mobility.

 adapted for people with reduced mobility and shaded area.

Showers equipped with Lavapiés and adapted for people with reduced mobility.

Walkways adapted for access by people with reduced mobility.

Box office service.

Nautical flight

Rental of umbrellas

Rental of hammocks

Water skiing

Roller skates

Kayak

Ice cream and drinks band kiosk

Restaurants and establishments that sell packaged products

Sports area and sports activities with monitors 01 / 07-31 / 08

SECURITY AND FIRST AID SERVICE

1 place of relief

Rescue and first aid service

2 surveillance chairs

Ambulance service

The rescue and first aid service is available from May 15 to October 15, during this season, access is also facilitated with amphibious chairs for people with reduced mobility.

Rescue and first aid:

From 5/15 to 6/14 and from 9/16 to 3/15: from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

From 06/15 to 06/30 and from 09/01 to 09/15: from 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

From 01/07 to 31/08: from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Surveillance of beaches:

From 05/15 to 06/30: from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

From 01/07 to 31/08: from 10.30 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.

From 01/09 to 15/10: from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Lloret de Mar, in the south of the Costa Brava, is one of the most attractive and tourist towns of our coast. Its most important natural heritage are the many beaches and coves that surround it.

Just 1km from the urban center of Lloret we find Fenals, an urbanization with its own identity that has a wide range of apartments and hotels in front of the Costa Brava, away from the bustle of the nightlife of Lloret de Mar.

The Fenals Beach is very familiar, we are talking about the second largest beach in Lloret, behind the one known as Lloret Beach, located further north and which can be reached by the way round. Crossing a series of hidden coves in the well-known Punta de Fenals and Punta d’En Sureda, where the Sant Joan Castle is located, from the 11th century, it leads to the main beach of Lloret, about 30 minutes on foot.

Fenals is a beach that, by its nature, is usually quite busy in summer. The beach enjoys an exceptional atmosphere. The maritime promenade that surrounds it gives it a unique animation., The southern part of the cove is surrounded by a beautiful natural environment and leads to the cove d’En Serrahima and, a little further to Cala Boadella, just below the Gardens of Santa Clotilde.

We must be aware that if we do not take care of our environment, there will come a time when many things we do will not be able to carry them out. Therefore, I urge you to respect all the places I show you, as if it were your house, as it is!

BEACH OF SA BOADELLA

La Cala de Sa Boadella located in a privileged enclave, accessible through a pine forest, has a natural charm.

Quiet, protected by an extensive grove and surrounded by cliffs, Sa Boadella still retains characteristic features of a virgin cove just 1 kilometer from the busiest beaches of Lloret de Mar and under one of the most beautiful and leafy gardens of the Costa Brava : the Garden of Santa Clotilde.

Length: 250 m

Amplitude: 40 m

Gross sand

Pending: 10%

EQUIPMENT

Beach completely marked 200 m away

1 watch chair

Blue flag

Showers equipped with Lavapiés

Lockers service

Parking at 200m. of the beach

Rescue and first aid:

From 06/15 to 09/15: from 10.30 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.

Surveillance of beaches:

From 05/15 to 06/30: from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

From 01/07 to 31/08: from 10.30 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.

From 01/09 to 15/10: from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m

 

The Cala de Sa Boadella is about 200 meters long and about 25 meters wide.

It is practically the only virgin beach of Lloret de Mar. It is a long and narrow beach in which the granitic rocks that compose it draw a marked division, forming small coves at the same time. Only the furthest from the entrance are nudists.

Its crystal clear waters, its golden sand and the tranquility of an unexploited corner make this beach an ideal place to enjoy your visit on the Costa Brava. But the idyllic and romantic atmosphere that emerges this special cove on the Costa Brava is also due in large part to the environment that surrounds it. The cove is surrounded by a leafy white pine forest of curved formations, very curious, with trunk heading towards the sea.

 

The seabed is shallow in the first meters from the shore and full of rocks, caves and natural caves as we enter the sea. It is an ideal place to spend the day with family practicing water activities such as snorkeling or kayaking.

And, of course, any visitor to Cala Boadella will have to realize that, right above the cove, there is the Renaissance garden of Santa Clotilde, designed in Italian style in 1919 by Nicolau Rubió i Tudurí (designer also of the Palace Gardens) of Pedralbes, in Barcelona). The garden can be seen from the outside, although it is highly recommended to consult the visiting hours to be lost inside.

We must be aware that if we do not take care of our environment, there will come a time when many things we do will not be able to carry them out. Therefore, I urge you to respect all the places I show you, as if it were your house, as it is!

 

CALA S’AGÜIA

Cala S’Agüia, belongs to the beautiful town known as “Puerta de la Costa Brava“, Blanes. Little known by visitors, it is a sight to behold, it is a very suitable cove for artistic photography and snorkeling.

Length: 70m

Types of sand: pebbles and rock formations.

Accesses: on foot.

Distance from the center: 800 m. approx.

Services: Ideal beach for scuba diving.

Cala S’Agüia is located next to the Botanical Garden Piña de Rosa, in fact it is from its parking where the pedestrian path begins that after 700 meters crossing a very wooded area, the forests of Sant Francesc, takes us to a landscape to frame, Cala S’Agüia.

Cala S’Agüia is located on a small bay with a tremendously irregular coastline, the most typical of the Costa Brava. Its orientation and geographical location makes it a quite well protected cove, where you want to snorkel.

The floor of the cove has no sand and is composed exclusively of pebbles and even large rock formations.

Agüia means “Needle” and the name comes from the rocky point that protects it to the north. On both sides of the cove there are islands of great visual attraction.

We must be aware that if we do not take care of our environment, there will come a time when many things we do will not be able to carry them out. Therefore, I urge you to respect all the places I show you, as if it were your house, as it is!