The best way to breathe in the essence of Lloret de Mar is to enjoy one of the many walking routes that run along the coastline or delve into the woods, giving you the chance to discover all the secrets of the Mediterranean flora and fauna.
In Lloret de Mar, there are two stretches of the GR92 Mediterranean track, a long walking route (583 km) that runs all the way along the Catalan coastline, through little coves, beaches and Catalan seafront landscapes. The route starts at Portbou, at the top of the Costa Brava, and ends at Ulldecona, after crossing the delta of the Ebro River.
The section that crosses the county of La Selva covers almost 30 kilometres of inland paths, from the Cadiretes massif down to the Tordera River. The route is known as the Grans Camins de l’Aigua a la Selva (Great Water Paths of La Selva). Over the course of the route, we can enjoy both forest landscapes, with the Aleppo pine taking centre stage, and numerous coves and beaches.
The coastal paths (originally old tracks used to protect the region from attacks from the sea and smugglers) give you the opportunity to pass through iconic spots walking along the clifftops.