Lloret beach – At more than one and a half kilometres long, this is the largest beach in the town after which it is named.
Fenals beach – Fenals is the second largest beach of Lloret de Mar with an extension of 700 metres. It is located in a bay which is sheltered from the winds by a hill that separates it from the town centre and Lloret Beach.
Sa Caleta cove – Sa Caleta is located next to Lloret Beach. It stretches below a castle that enjoys lovely views.
Cala Boadella – Cala Sa Boadella combines the charm and crystal-clear water of the small coves of the Costa Brava with the space of larger beaches.
Canyelles beach – Canyelles is the farthest beach from the town centre of Lloret de Mar and you can reach it by a small descending way on the right side of the road to Tossa de Mar.
Treumal beach – The two rocky masses on the right open to allow reaching Treumal cove.
Cala Banys – Rocky cove, specially recommended for fishing and snorkelling. These beautiful surroundings can be accessed by walking from Lloret main beach or by car via Castell de Sant Joan (Sant Joans Castle).
Vies braves – Vies Braves is a public network of swimming lanes along the Costa Brava, designed for sports, leisure and instructor-led activities. These lanes, which run in parallel to the coastal footpaths of the Costa Brava, are equipped with signs and buoys. The Vies Braves provides a safe way of enjoying and exploring the shoreline from the sea, constituting an ideal area for open-water swimming that also enables swimmers to enjoy the stunning natural setting.