The apartment is located in a quiet residential area, in the heart of Tossa de Mar historic town centre. Only three minutes’ walk from the supermarket and ten minutes’ walk from the beach.
It’s a new 90m2 building, which will make your staying completely satisfactory, not to mention the 40m2 garden terrace in which you can enjoy and relax… with direct access to the living room and kitchen. All the rooms face this beautiful and sunny terrace. The guest will experiment a unique sensation inside each one of the rooms, due to the good taste and dedication they’ve been decorated with. Its facilities include parking place and swimming-pool as well.
Tossa de Mar: Tossa de Mar is a beautiful town with cobbled streets, a magnificent ancient castle and a beautiful mountainous hinterland with lush green valleys, gorges and natural springs, and not to forget its maritime cuisine.
Medieval Tossa dates back to the year 966 and in 1187 the castle was built on the headland to defend the town against sea borne invaders. In 1931, the Vila Vella of Tossa was declared a National Historical-Artistic Monument. The city walls in the Cape of Tossa are currently the only example of a fortified mediaeval town that still remains on the Catalan coast. The most interesting building within the walled enclosure is the Municipal Museum, with many important works of modern art, e.g., Marc Chagall, George Kars, André Masson and Oscar Zügel, and archaeological finds.
The natural beauty of this area has attracted many leading artists to Tossa which explains why the town became home Spain's first Museum of Modern Art in 1935.
Barcelona: The fascinating city of Barcelona, 90 kilometres south, an unforgettable city of art, culture and beauty.
Gaudi’s works, Las Ramblas (walk along the Ramblas to enjoy street musicians and living statues), museums, concerts, the fine Catalan cuisine (Barcelona, with its nine Michelin stars and prestigious Gourmande award, is undoubtedly the Mediterranean’s culinary capital) and FC Barcelona’s football team homeland are well worth a vist.