Where to buy souvenirs in Lloret de Mar?

Like all good tourist towns, Lloret de Mar has numerous shops selling souvenirs

Goodies showing the town, local products or Spanish symbols: look at the guide to find the best souvenirs to take home after your stay on the Costa Brava.

What souvenirs to take home from Lloret de Mar?

You can find so many souvenirs in Lloret de Mar that it is not always easy to choose what to take home to your loved ones or offer yourself! Here are a few ideas to help you with your shopping.

To remind you of your evenings in Lloret and to remember the town’s festive spirit, you can buy t-shirts showing the emblems of the bars or nightclubs . Most can be bought in the establishments themselves. In the souvenir shops, you can also find “I love Lloret” clothing for men, women and children.

For football fans, why not bring back clothes or an object in the colours of the famous Barça? In Catalonia, this football club is extremely popular and you will have no difficulty finding many souvenirs of FC Barcelona. The official boutique is situated in the centre of Lloret de Mar. Kits, balls, personalised or standard shirts, football gear or even key rings, you will be spoilt for choice. If you are spending a day in Barcelona, make a detour to Camp Nou, Barcelona’s stadium where you will find a huge shop entirely given over to the club. Also at La Roca Village, an outlet situated between Lloret de Mar and Barcelona, you will find another FC boutique.

Traditionalists will prefer to remember their holiday in Lloret de Mar by small objects emblematic of Spain or, more particularly, Catalonia. Many of these are in the colours of the Spanish or Catalan flag or represent bulls, flamenco dancers or may be in mosaic to represent the works of the renowned Gaudi.

You will certainly come across a surprising figurine of a squatting boy doing his business….Le Caga Tio is a popular Catalan symbol associated with the Christmas period. According to tradition, families put a wooden log in their homes at Christmas. With eyes, a little red nose and a smile and wearing a red and black hat, this small log is fed every day until Christmas. When the big day arrives, the small children tap it with wooden sticks while singing songs in order to make him bring out…. the presents! These are generally sweets and dried fruit, the “real” presents are kept for Three Kings day, on 6th January. This tradition continues and is found in little figurines, often as effigies of Spanish personalities, either football players or politicians, in the process of … doing their business!

Foodies can take home Spanish food produce. To know more, consult our article “Where to buy local produce in Lloret de Mar?”

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Bring home souvenirs to remind you of your stay in Catalonia!

Souvenir shops in and around Lloret de Mar

Take a moment during your stay in Lloret de Mar to buy your souvenirs. It is a fun activity for the end of the day after a day at the beach or an excursion.

Note that in Spain, the shops stay open later but they are generally closed between 2pm and 4 or 5pm.

You can find numerous souvenir shops throughout the town. You can sometimes negotiate the price, certainly if you are buying several souvenirs. In high-season, you will see street or beach vendors who sell small knick-knacks and clothes.

Finally, most of the museums and theme parks have their own souvenir shops. You will find various goodies, emblematic of their park or their main attractions.

To find the addresses of souvenir shops in Lloret de Mar go to the Lloret de Mar Tourist Office’s website.