The magic night in Lloret de Mar. Once over the beach.
Lloret de Mar (pronounced [ʎuˈɾɛt dəˈma] in Catalan) is a coastal town in Catalonia on the Mediterranean primarily known as a tourist resort. It is adjacent to Blanes and Tossa de Mar and is 75 kilometers from Barcelona. With a population of 29,445 (as of 2005) it is the second largest town in the Selva comarca (county) of Catalonia. It has a population density of approximately 130 inhabitants per kilometer squared.
During the tourist season, the number of people in Lloret (both inhabitants and tourists) often reaches 200,000 and the town becomes very noisy even at night. For decades it has attracted summer visitors on package tours, mainly from northern Europe, and it is now the most important resort in the Costa Brava. The sand on the beaches is coarse, but is otherwise undistinguished as a result of the rapid and largely uncontrolled development of hotels, apartment blocks, discos, casinos etc.
The nightlife in Lloret attracts an 18-30s crowd mainly from Belgium, Germany, Italy, and The Netherlands.
Lloret de Mar beach is a town beach (length: 2 km; width: 15 m; fine white sand), one of the most popular Costa Brava beaches.
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- Copyright: Olaf Czubla (larevedere) (1259)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2008-07-00
- Categories: Festivals, Ceremony, Artwork, Decisive Moment
- Camera: Konica Minolta Z20
- Exposure: f/8, 4 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2008-09-02 5:12