After 9 days visiting Girona, some inland villages. and the Costa Brava from north to south, on our last day of vacation before embarking on the return trip to Valencia, we decided to visit this cove. We were a little reluctant to be in Lloret de Mar, even though we'd heard of it, due to its mass tourism.
Boadella Creek is a beach about 250 meters long, located just outside the town of Lloret de Mar, and is accessed by the GI-682 (Blanes-Lloret) road. (If you go with GPS put 'cami boadella' and not cala boadella, which is a hotel in the middle of town). The beach is surrounded by cliffs and a thick pine forest. The beach is crowded in August but not as crowded as others on the Costa Brava. You can leave your car on the road and is access is by a dirt road about 200m and lined with pine trees. When you access the beach, the blue waters gives you the impression that you are entering an Ibizan cove. At the beginning of the beach is a beach bar, and to the right (facing the sea) is the nudist part, which is definitely the most beautiful and tranquil part. On the cliffs on the left side are the Gardens of Santa Clotilde, where you can admire spectacular views (although we didn't have enough time to visit). Its ideal for snorkeling in the clear waters, which I recommend. Definitely a place worth visiting.
Cala Trons is located north of the coastal town of Lloret de Mar. It's one of the quietest seaside spots on the Costa Brava, with rough terrain but a sandy beach. The sand isn't the finest here, but it's perfect to lie down and sunbathe without being in danger of having fine grains sticking to your wet body! The seabed has a fascinating array of flora and fauna, so it's a great spot to go diving. You can get there by driving through Montgoda, or walking past the castle of Lloret.