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Lloret de Mar boasts a rich cultural and natural heritage: Iberian settlements, medieval castles, hermitages and gardens reveal the history of the city. With over 48 km ² of territory, Lloret de Mar is a paradise for nature lovers. It has some excellent trails and walks like the "Caminos de Ronda" which cross creeks and beaches along the coastline before being presented with a beuatiful panoramic view of the sea. Some particularly good walks are the walks from Lloret de Mar to Fenals and the road to Lloret de Mar, Cala d'en Simó
The Abierto de Lloret Museum lets you discover different places of historical, cultural and natural significance in the area. It is an open space without walls, with exhibitions from various locations throughout the region which allows you to get closer to the heritage of the local area and people..
We also recommend you visit: Museum of the Sea-Can Garriga Historical Center, Site of Puig de Castellet, Castle of Sant Joan, Parish Church of Sant Romà, Modernist Cemetery, Santa Clotilde Gardens, Can Saragossa ...