Tossa De Mar
Tossa de Mar was once an artists' colony and fishing village before the tourist boom of the 1960s, it retains some of its original character in its narrow, twisting streets and carefully preserved stone housesstone houses. This resort is popular with families looking for a relaxing holiday.
with low key, nightlife. Location The town's museum is well worth a visit, with some superb paintings by Chagall.
With its many beaches and rugged coast line full of stunning coves it is one of the best landscapes on the Costa Brava
Visit Barcelona to explore the fascinating Gothic Quarter and see Gaudi's unfinished Sagrada Familia.
The excellent, fine shingle, crescent shaped beach is very popular and has a true Mediterranean atmosphere. Families potter along the shore and bright parasols line up neatly above the gentle waves. Watersports and boat trips are available.
Situated at the centre of the Costa Brava, compact Tossa de Mar is a peaceful alternative to its busier, larger neighbours on the Costa Brava.
Package Holiday Transfer time 1 hour 15 minutes to 2 hours
Some tempting craft shops, especially good for handmade pottery and Spanish art, with some very stylish boutiques in the town centre.
Nightlife is quite low key but there are a number of music bars and discos, and plenty of waterside cafés, where you can enjoy the views and relax over a beer.
Stroll between tapas bars enjoying a drink and a snack before relaxing over your evening meal. Mouth watering local specialities include suquet de peix, a substantial fish stew, or llagosta i pollastre, made with lobster and chicken in a nut sauce. The vineyards in the foothills of the Pyrenees produce some excellent sparkling and petillant wines.
There is no railway station in Tossa de Mar. The nearest station is Blanes 18 miles to the South West
- Blanes Renfe Rail Station Blanes Lloret de Mar Tossa de Mar
- Port Aventura
- Hop on Hop off tour buses
- Airport Bus
- Other routes
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