• slider-revolution-1 Gran Casino Costa Brava (GCCB) is the new casino located in Lloret de Mar. The casino is open every day from 10 am until the early hours of the morning. The GCCB is a building (16,000 m2) in which you will find machines, tables of authorised casino games, poker tournaments, a restaurant, bar, cocktail bar, lounge bar, VIP room, private spaces for events, multi-function room for events for up to 1000 people, and 500-space car park.
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    More than one thousand years of history combine in Girona's historic quarter. You simply have to visit its cathedral: its construction and immense size make it unique. You can also enjoy one of the largest urban parks in Catalonia to the west of the historic town. The city also invites you to wander the streets of its old town and visit its monuments, such as the Puente de la Torre ("Tower Bridge") and la Rambla with its shops and boutiques.
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    Situated in Baix Empordà, these three beautiful settlements are medieval towns that still have the arches, streets, walls and castles that make them must-see places.
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    2 hours 30 minutes from Lloret de Mar

    PortAventura is a theme park located on the Costa Daurada. This resort offers you the best attractions, including a water park. Every day is better than the last at PortAventura!
    You'll experience excitement, intense adrenaline rushes, a world of adventures and tonnes of fun! Enjoy your family holiday, your weekend break with friends, your business trip... It doesn't matter who you are, where you come from or what your plans are: you have to visit PortAventura, the Costa Daurada's theme park. You'll never forget your visit!

    Theme parks:

    PortAventura Park is a theme park where you can enjoy incredible adventures and experiences within five themed areas, including Imperial China, the Wild West, exotic Polynesia and Aztec Mexico.
    Caribe Aquatic Park is a themed water park where you can have fun in swimming pools. Take on all of the park's attractions and, when you need to recharge your batteries, take a seat and enjoy a bite to eat in one of its special restaurants. Furthermore, take a visit to its shops and get yourself a souvenir to remember your visit.
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    Tossa de Mar is a small town located to the south of the Costa Brava, just 15 minutes from Lloret de Mar. It is a fabulous place due to its beauty and proximity to our establishment. Tossa de Mar is a coastal town that has an old, walled Roman area with narrow streets and defense towers located on a small rock in the sea. Its inhabitants preserve the heritage of this city and its fishing nature.
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    These towns are the heart of the Costa Brava and are known for their stunning scenery that makes them unique. They are small fishing towns that have preserved their heritage, despite the passage of time. They have special charm and are an integral part of the Costa Brava.

    In Llafranc Bay, you will find San Sebastian Mountain, which stretches to 168 metres above sea level, San Sebastian Lighthouse, where you can enjoy an incredible meal with fantastic views of the Costa Brava, and the small coves of Llafranc and Tamariu.
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    Play area. A tonne of games are available here.

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    These wonderful gardens were landscaped in an area of great beauty at the top of a cliff with stunning views of the sea. They are a beautiful example of the spirit that encouraged the Noucentisme movement in Catalonia, which was a movement of intellectuals and aesthetic renovation at the beginning of the 20th century. It had a notable spokesperson in the writer Eugeni d'Ors.
    Santa Clotilde Gardens were designed in line with the exquisite and austere gardens of the Italian Renaissance by Nicolau Rubió i Tudurí at the age of 28 years old when he was full of admiration for the master of gardening, Forestier. With these gardens, Rubió ignored the teachings of Forestier his Spanish-Arab inclinations mixed with images of French gardens he had seen when he worked with Forestier in the gardens of Montjuïc. Instead, he hoped to recover the spirit of the Italian Renaissance as the essence of modernity. A new bourgeoisie subsequently emerged, looking back with nostalgia at the prestige of patrons of the arts during the Renaissance.
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    Marimurtra Botanic Garden is considered to be the best botanic garden in Mediterranean Europe. Covering 16 hectares, it is situated in the town of Blanes in Girona, Catalonia, Spain. As its name indicates, it is located in the mountains and offers stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea. The land was acquired by its founder, Carl Faust, a businessman, who obtained it from a young nature enthusiast in 1918. Upon turning 50 years old in 1924, he left his management roles to fully dedicate himself to the formation of the botanic garden.
    The garden has around 4000 plant species and its purpose is research, teaching and study. Its presentation shows an aesthetic element and approximately 5 hectares are open to the public.

    The plants are grouped into different sections:

    Cacti and succulents from the arid regions of Central and Southern Africa.
    Large subtropical plants: palm trees, pine trees, cicada trees, etc. that give the gardens an exuberant character.
    Ponds with collections of aquatic plants.
    Exotic plants.
    Medicinal plants.
    Aromatic plants: a collection of ferns present in the mountains of Catalonia.
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    Guests will have the chance to travel the Costa Brava via the sea. Enjoy the extraordinary natural richness of the area on a peaceful, relaxing boat ride along the coast.

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    Barcelona is an internationally famous destination. It is the main cruise port in the Mediterranean. Visitors can take a walk along its famous Ramblas and see its flower stands, the Liceo Theatre, La Boqueria Market (where you can purchase products from all around the world) and its historic quarter with its Gothic district and cathedral. Admire the Sagrada Familia (Gaudi's unfinished church) and other buildings designed by the famous architect, including Parc Güell and Casa Batlló and la Pedrera, with this last two being located on the Passeig de Gràcia, which is one of the best shopping streets in Barcelona.
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    Both of these towns are old fishing villages on the Costa Brava. The Greeks were the first to inhabit these areas after reaching them from the sea and founding the town of Empúries. This town is currently home to Catalonia's Museum of Archaeology and it has spectacular Greek and Roman ruins situated in idyllic spots with views of the Mediterranean Sea.
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    Lloret de Mar is the main tourist destination on the Costa Brava and one of the most important in Catalonia. It has a wide range of cultural and recreational activities available in addition to famed natural and historical attractions.

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    Lloret de Mar's water park is one of the largest and most modern in Europe. It is open from mid-May until the end of September.

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    Its name means "mountain range" and it stems from the uniqueness and beauty of the rock mass that stands out from its setting. Its fanciful forms emerge from nature and, among its mountains, you will find a Benedictine monastery, which was founded almost a thousand years ago, and the shrine to the Virgin of Montserrat, the patron saint of Catalonia. Cantant el Virolai pel Cor is the tallest point. The monastery can also be accessed via a cog railway or cable car, which offers you a special way to reach the summit and access these monuments.

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