In Lloret de Mar there are many fabulous coastal paths. The first one we recommend connects Blanes with Lloret de Mar and passes by various incredible beaches and coves: the beach and Point of Fenals, the cove of Banys, Rompent and Sa Caravera. The beauty of the landscapes of this area also lies in the vegetation and the vertical, grey-coloured cliffs. Unlike the beach of Fenals, the cove of Banys is a deep, rocky spot with many reefs and sea urchins; the same is true for the small cove of Sa Caravera, which is crowned by the splendid viewing-point of La Dona Marinera ('the lady sailor').
The viewing-point of Mallorca, at the end of the beach of Lloret de Mar, is the starting point for another coastal path that is also really worth following: this one links the beach of Sa Caleta with the coves of Els Frares and En Trons, and the Point of Els Cabdells.
A crossing over the road from Lloret de Mar to Tossa de Mar will take you to the coastal path that links the cove of Canyelles with the cove of Morisca, a small spot that's narrow and stony but also beautiful, surrounded by high lands that are rich in vegetation, mainly pine trees. You can get to the cove by some rather steep steps.
The cove of Llorell, which you reach via the main road of the residential estate of the same name, is the starting point for another coastal path, one that runs to the beach of Porto Pi. If you prefer, you can also get to that beach by a boat that leaves from Tossa de Mar.