Cala Boadella

La Cala Boadella is a haven of peace in Lloret de Mar, even in high season.

Do you want to get away from the crowded clubs and large beaches of the Costa Brava? This is the place for you!

Half-cove, half-beach

South of the beach in Fenals, Cala Boadella is mid-way between a beach and a cove. Isolated from the town by a thick pine forest, it is not frequented by tourists as it is less accessible than the other Lloret de Mar beaches. To get there, you must take a narrow steep path for 200 metres before you reach paradise.

It is hard to resist the charm of this cove in Lloret de Mar. With its 250 metres of fine gold sand, protected from the wind by the cliff and lush vegetation and facing the crystal-clear sea, it is one of the most beautiful beaches on the Costa Brava.

Enjoy the sun in peace

In general, people come here first and foremost to sunbathe and swim. You will appreciate that there are showers, as well as a “chiringuito” (beach café) for refreshments in the summer. The northern tip of the beach is largely frequented by naturists.

A peaceful ambiance and a heady atmosphere: everything comes together to make Cala Boadella one of the best beaches in Lloret de Mar.

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How to get to Cala Boadella ?

  • The beach is accessible by car from Lloret de Mar (around 5 minutes) by following the signs for Blanes, then Santa Clotilde Gardens and Cala Boadella. Parking spaces are available on the road before the cove.
  • On foot from Lloret de Mar, expect to take 30-40 minutes
  • In summer, a small tourist train (Turistic Carrilet) can take you there. Take the train from the main thoroughfare in Lloret de Mar (Paseo Maritimo) and it will bring you all the way to the Santa Clotilde gardens.