Tossa de Mar is one of the most emblematic and photographed towns on the Costa Brava. One of the main reasons for the town's interest is its spectacular fortified mediaeval centre, declared as National Historic-Artistic Monument.
The village is practically isolated from the neighbouring towns due to its rugged location. Thus, its landscape is determined by cliffs, small coves and countless corners of great natural beauty.
This setting is an ideal place to enjoy cultural tourism with a visit to the medieval centre and the Ametllers Roman Village, or active and sports tourism with its routes on foot or by mountain bike.