A small, semi-urbanised spot that offers some pretty impressive views
Close to the beach in Lloret de Mar is Sa Caleta, a small, semi-urbanised spot that offers some pretty impressive views. It's a beach with coarse sand that has, traditionally, been a shelter for fishing-boats. In fact, it's the only small port close to the centre of town. Why do we say that it has amazing views? That's thanks to the Castell d'en Platja, a castle that dominates the left side of the beach. Built in 1940 in a neo-medieval style, it's regarded as an emblem of Lloret, but you can't actually visit it because it's a private residence.
Sa Caleta also has some rocky formations ideal for snorkelling. If you like peace and quiet, the best time to go there is first thing; during the summer, when it starts to get hot, the crowds can be overwhelming. You'll also find a bar, showers and bins.
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Lloret de Mar