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Getting around Lloret de Mar by car, bike, taxi, bus, public transport

Getting around Lloret de Mar

There are plenty of alternatives to get around in Lloret del Mar. Cars and scooters, taxis, public transport, and even by bike.


By car, or scooter, you can move freely, reaching bays and beaches not accessible by public transport.

Throughout the city, you will find numerous rental agencies.

There are numerous parking lots, public and private. We recommend parking your car away from the center. Especially in summer.


Whether in the center, or outside, you will find numerous bike rental agencies. Lloretbike, for example, is located near Fenals, and stands out for its wide choice and competence. Propose, moreover, 5 tours to be performed with its ruite. Prices start at € 25 per day, for bike rental only. At around € 40, you can instead take an interesting tour.

The bike is not a very popular means of transport in Lloret de Mar. This is evidenced by the fact that the only cycle paths are limited to the area of ​​Fenals and El Rieral. In recent years, something seems to be changing, with projects and investments. New developments are expected.

Getting around Lloret de Mar

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By taxi it is possible to move around in Lloret de Mar is nearby, spending not exorbitant amounts. Always using official taxis, you will be subject to a clear and transparent tariff. For urban routes, we start from a minimum of € 4.30, to which you will have to add € 1.36 for every kilometer traveled during daytime hours (08: 00-20: 00). To these are added any supplements for bulky baggage, waiting time, and more.


Lloret Bus is the public transport service of the city, operated by the Spanish company Segalés.

In the city, 5 urban lines are active with which to move to Lloret de Mar. The lines all share the same terminus Estació d’Autobusos, that is, the main bus station. From here, lines L2 / 660, L3, L11, L12 and L13 depart.

Line L11 crosses the western part of Lloret, and leads to Platja de Fenals and the Santa Clotilde Gardens.

L3 and L12 follow, instead, the opposite path, allowing to reach the eastern area of ​​the city. The L2 line crosses the North area.

The main lines operate every day, from Monday to Sunday, from 07:00 to 20:30 in winter, and from 07:00 to 21:30 in summer. The frequency is always 30 ‘.


The Bitllet Senzill allows you to make a single trip by bus, without line changes. It costs €1.35 per person.
The T10 is a multi-personal ticket with which to move around in Lloret de Mar. It allows you to make 10 trips, including changes between lines 11, 12, 13, in a time of 30’; after this period, a new journey will be climbed. The T10 must be validated for each use, and can be used simultaneously by more than one person. It costs €10.60.
The only subscription available is the Mensuel, indicated, exclusively, for a rather long holiday. It costs €23.85, and allows unlimited travel on all urban lines, for a period of 30 consecutive days.

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