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This National Monument is the only surviving walled city on the Catalan coast.
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Tossa de Mar, Spain
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All reviews old town cobbled streets bars and restaurants costa brava beautiful place lovely walk tapas bar ava gardner tourist train within the walls amazing views castle walls small beach vila lighthouse spain stroll
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Reviewed today

great views from the top of the castle. The restaurant up there is popular. From there you can walk further into the hills along the cliff top.

Thank gra_saab
Reviewed yesterday

There always seems to be a surprise round every bend. That might be a bar, restaurant or hotel! Some steeper slopes but not too severe. You can explore on your way to the castle or on your way back. Several varied options. Just enjoy the...More

Thank RalphGerrard
Reviewed 2 days ago

Love Tossa old town, full of shops, bars and restaurants. It is the ideal place to stroll a couple of hours after dinner having a drink....or two

Thank Campaworld
Reviewed 1 week ago

The oldest part of Tossa, right between two beaches and by the castle. An assortment of cafes and shops. Quite picturesque.

Thank Anniebonnie
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you are in Tossa de Mar you should walk around the old town, it's a lovely part of real old world Spain.

Thank ian_taylor090659
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I’ve actually written a gushing review of the Castillo which is ranked #2 after this attraction in Tossa de Mar. Believe it or not, they are one and the same thing. Villa Vella is the old medieval town inside the stone walls of the Castillo....More

Thank geckopoo
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We loved Tossa de Mar not far to walk to the castle beach cafes and restaurant Great views Plenty to see and do.

Thank Maria C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Alot of history associated with this place, well worth a visit, great views of the sea with solid stone built walls and old houses, there's also a restaurant here if you need a break, the local small sightseeing train does trips up here but it's...More

Thank martin m
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The old town walls are a pleasant walk it looks steeper than it actually is in fact. Good for an evening stroll

Thank Gaffer298
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Lovely quiet part of tossa de mar with outstanding views and a good bar at the top when you need to stop for a beer !

Thank rosegeal
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rajx1702
24 July 2016|
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Response from elliepeli | Reviewed this property |
I would say quite a lot of the area could be assessable as the streets are certainly wide enough for a wheelchair, but you might need someone with some strength to push the chair as parts of it are very hilly.
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Response from PaulNock | Reviewed this property |
Depends...coast road fabulous but takes a lot longer....autoroute probably one hour but to be honest there is a lot of great stuff much closer , both in Spain and France.Collioure and Cadeques absolute musts for a... More
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