Cliffs, pinewoods, coves and beaches make up the coastal profile of the county of La Selva, the setting for Tossa de Mar.
The most southerly sector of the Costa Brava offers tourists an incredible range of history, art and leisure on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea.
This town in the province of Girona makes available to travelers a wide and varied range of accommodation made to measure for all tastes.
The cuisine, another of the cultural riches of this area, will convince the most refined palates.
The town was walled to prevent attacks from the sea.
There are a few paintings that portray the wall with merlons and built of voussoirs, some round-plan Romanesque towers, and look-out defence posts from the 12th century.
The current set dates from the 16th century, out of which Torres del Reloj and Codolar stand out.