Getting to Lloret de Mar

By road

There are three road accesses to Lloret. Travelling northwards from Barcelona, take the coastal C-32 motorway as far as Palafolls and then drive the last 12 km along the N-II and G-682 roads to Blanes and on to Lloret.
Travelling southwards from France, take the AP-7 motorway until Exit 9 (signposted Lloret de Mar) and then drive the last 14 km along the GI-680 road. Travelling from Tossa de Mar, take the G-680 road for 12 km to Lloret.
During their stay in Lloret, visitors can park their cars in any of the municipal or private car parks in the town.

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By plane

The nearest airports to Lloret are Barcelona (75 km) and Girona airports (30 km). Barcelona airport has regular flights to all major cities in the world. Numerous low cost and charter flights to Girona airport link Lloret to many European cites.

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By train

There is no direct railway link to Lloret but the town is not far from the two main lines that connect Barcelona to France. The nearest railway station on the coastal line is Blanes and trains run to Barcelona every 30 minutes. Take a local Pujol bus from Lloret to Blanes station The trip takes 20 minutes and buses run all day (consult timetables). A single ticket costs € 1.5. The nearest railway station on the inland line is Sils, 17 km from Lloret.

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By boat

Tourist cruises operate during the summer season between Lloret and nearby Blanes, Tossa de Mar and St. Feliu. There is a marina for medium-sized craft at Canyelles beach in Lloret.

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