This activity combines culture and nature on a walk along the Costa Brava coast. The adventure begins in the Santa Clotilde Gardens, followed by a boat trip along the rocky coastline and cliffs that plunge into the sea in Lloret de Mar, and ends with a lunch or dinner (optional) on one of Lloret de Mar’s five main beaches.
Combine a healthy cardiovascular activity with discovering Lloret de Mar’s unique forests and trails, particularly the Camí de Ronda that runs along over 11 km of the town’s coastline. Participants can choose how far, how long, and where they want to walk, making the activity suitable for all ages and conditions. The activity begins with a short explanation on Nordic walking techniques and delegates are fitted out with everything they need to take on the challenge. Parts of the MOLL (Open Museum of Lloret), including the Maritime Museum, the Sant Joan Castle and Santa Clotilde Gardens, can be visited on the tour.
“The year 1914 is the year in which Constantí Ribalaigua arrived in Cuba. Born in Lloret de Mar, his wanderlust drove him to emigrate to America like so many other Lloret locals. Many returned as rich “Indians”, or colonists, others saw their dreams dashed in the Caribbean and others, including Constantí, stayed in Cuba, forever capture by the sweetness of the Caribbean, where he made history and shared a great friendship with Ernest Hemingway”.
We introduce conference delegates to our town’s colonial past through the daiquiri and the craft of one of our most renowned mixologists. This workshop is the perfect mix of culture, history and fun and can be held at any of our unique venues, overlooking the sea, at the conference centre or hotel or wherever the event organiser has in mind