clean and very nice beach. Very good places to eat and drink specially ZOO BEACH CLUB, at the west side of the beach.
We went end of October to the beginning of November time we couldn't have picked a better time.The weather was lovely round about the mid 20s degrees which however meant the water was a bit cold but it was still very bearable. The beach was very quiet with just a few families... Just how we liked it... It was very... More
lovely clean beach although its more like grit than sand. Cocktail bars directly on beach and very nice they were too. plenty of sunbeds to hire. Toilets. Watching the boats arrive coming right up onto beach was great fun.
The largest and most central beach in the area. The sands stretch a very long way and are beautifully clean. The sea wall is a good place to sit and enjoy gazing at the blue sea. Sunbeds are available for hire and there are bars and cafes nearby.
Gravel man made beach which can make it very hard to walk on. None the less its generally very quite and you can almost count on some really good water activities too.
the beach is nice and there are lots of shops and restaurants to pick from its pretty easy to the only thing I didn't really like is the beach isn't sand its a man made beach so its not nice to sun bathe on.
this was a nice looking beach and kept fairly clean - my only dissappointment was it was a shingle beach. Would have be great if it was sand.
Lloret de Mar was my base for a week this summer. I enjoyed it so much that I extended my stay for an extra four days! It is a lovely Spanish town beside a gorgeous beach, which stretches the length of the town. I was amazed at the hordes of European teenagers that flowed through the streets around midnight each... More
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