This old fishing village full of narrow streets provides you with many sights to take pictures of and admire.
Its origins date back to the time of the Iberians and Romans, but the most striking thing is that its old town is surrounded by a walled enclosure of 12th-century defence towers with the Vila Vella at the very top. From this ancient strategic lookout point, it was possible to see pirate ships and prepare for an attack.
Today, this wide expanse of sandy beaches is popular among families with children who enjoy their crystal-clear waters with Blue Flag status. Nevertheless, if you prefer beaches in rocky coves, these are only a few minutes away from the centre.
Its cuisine is another highlight of this coastal town, which includes dishes based on fresh seafood and fish recipes, with countless restaurants serving delicious quintessential dishes. You can’t leave town without trying the famous Cim i Tomba, a seafood stew that its inhabitants are (quite rightly) proud of. Leave your car in our car park and we’ll take you to Tossa on the resort shuttle bus so you don’t have to worry about a single thing.