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During your camping holiday in Spain, discover the amazing town of Tossa de Mar. Exploration, visits and relaxation await the entire family.

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Do you know Tossa de Mar?

Located on the Costa Brava, Tossa de Mar attracts visitors with its climate, its clear waters and its golden sand. Be sure to make your way to our nearby campsites to enjoy the peace and quiet of one of the most beautiful villages in Catalonia and the surrounding area.

 

Fancy some relaxation, new discoveries or activities with family or friends? You’ve come to the right place! Stroll around the paved streets of the Vila Vella (“old town”), admire the castle and its fortified walls which used to protect the town from attacks by pirates. During your visit, notice a passage through the walls called Agujero del Demonio (“devil’s hole”) leading to a small idyllic cove. If you enjoy walking, set out along the “Camino de Ronda” pirates’ path, which attracts hikers from around the world, departing from the famous “Platja d’es Codolar” surrounded by huge cliffs and breath-taking landscapes. One of the town’s most beautiful beaches is Cala Giverola, the perfect place for families with crystal-clear water and a peaceful setting, but that’s not all. Several water sport activities are on offer there: you will be able to try sea kayaking along the coast and visit some stunning sites and hidden caves. If you have young children or you’re not interested in paddling, outings in glass-bottom boats are available allowing you to admire the underwater world of Tossa de Mar without getting wet.

 

If you enjoy cultural visits, there’s plenty for you: Tossa de Mar is packed with sites with a rich history. The municipal museum founded in 1935 in the “Vila Vella” exhibits works by artists who have spent time in the town, such as the famous painting Tossa –Blue Paradise by Marc Chagall. The town is famous for attracting artists from all over the world.

 

Did you know?

The American actress Ava Gardner succumbed to the charms of Tossa de Mar when, in 1951, she played the role of Pandora Reynolds in the film of the same name. It led to a long love story between Spain and the actress who spent a few years living in Madrid. The memory of Ava Gardner has never been forgotten and for good reason; a bronze statue paying tribute to her overlooks “Platja Gran”, the main beach in “Vila Vella” with a panoramic view.

Tossa de Mar is the last medieval town on the Costa Brava and is surrounded by a huge wall and seven towers which used to protect the villagers from constant attacks by pirates. Today, Tossa de Mar is one of the most popular spots on the Costa Brava.

 

On the programme?

Leisure, good food and culture are on the programme at our campsites on the Costa Brava. Mediterranean tradition ensures that seafood and fish will delight your taste buds. Looking for a traditional dish to try while you’re there? Cim i tomba, a fish stew originally cooked on old fishing boats.

 

If you’re interested in the treasures of Catalan cuisine and you enjoy new tastes, try rabbit with snails, a dish much appreciated in the region, especially at major events. If you’re looking for a more traditional and popular dish, you will always be able to enjoy the legendary Paella, famous around the world.

 

Breath-taking landscapes, the perfect climate, delicious food: Tossa de Mar promises you all this.

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