The Art Nouveau Gardens of Santa Clotilde
This place, from which you can see the Mediterranean crashing at the foot of the Costa Brava, is loaded with history, a story that began being private before being open to the public, which was shaped on a cliff and , To this day is one of the liveliest of the Catalan town.
This work of art in full nature dates back to 1919, when it was designed by Nicolau Maria Rubio i Tudurí at the request of the Marquis de Roviralta. The nobleman intended to create these gardens dedicated to his wife, but this one - called precisely Clotilde - passed away without knowing them. Although there are still parts of the estate that are still private today, in 1993 the family decided to give their gardens to the city of Lloret de Mar to take care of them and open them to the public.
The garden is of romantic court, and its designer was inspired by Forestier, its master in these necessities; A young Rubió i Tudurí who would decorate his work with sculptures in bronze and marble, most of them dedicated to sirens, an element that harmonizes perfectly with the maritime landscape of the place.