Spain's Square in Tossa de Mar
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Spain's Square in Tossa de Mar

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Spain's Square in the center of the narrow streets that head to the medieval closed old village in Tossa de Mar. The beach is just about 40 meters far from there.

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A: Exterior Ermita Tossa de Mar (Poble)

by Jordi Munné Ruiz, 30 meters away

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B: Meli In Tossa 19

by Jordi Munné Ruiz, 90 meters away

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C: Meli In Tossa 6

by Jordi Munné Ruiz, 90 meters away

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D: Meli In Tossa 16

by Jordi Munné Ruiz, 120 meters away

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E: Tossa's de Mar beach

by David Llagostera, 130 meters away

the beach in tossa de mar in spring. La platja de tossa a la primavera

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F: 360cities Tossa de Mar

by Carlos Bacelo, 180 meters away

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G: Tossa de Mar. Medieval Walls

by Sergi March, 240 meters away

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H: 2013 Tossa La Vila Vella

by Antushev Vladimir, 260 meters away

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I: Citadel of Tossa de Mar

by Sergi March, 260 meters away

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J: La Lluna - Bar de Tapes

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