A magical spot to walking through the forest during the day and enjoying a gourmet meal at night
Lloret de Mar knows how to make the most of its assets, especially when it comes to appealing to tourists. This place is the perfect spot for going for a daytime walk through the forest, where you can admire one of the more eccentric projects of modernista architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch: Sant Pere del Bosc. There's been a building on this site for a thousand years: alternatively a monastery, asylum and home of a self-made man from the 19th century who went by the name of count of Jaruco. But now it's become the symbol of Lloret's more chic side, which is trying to escape the stigma of the town's reputation as a low-cost tourist destination. The building hosts a luxury hotel and renowned restaurant that serves avant-garde cooking. During the summer, there's also a night-time 'xiringuito' in the garden; and despite the lights and luxury, in the evening you can't ignore that there's an aura of mystery surrounding the venue. A magical place.
|Venue name:||Sant Pere del Bosc|
de Sant Pere del Bosc, s/n
Lloret de Mar
|Opening hours:||Closed January|