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La Lluna - Bar de Tapes
Spain

La Lluna in Carrer de l'Abat Oliva 10, Tossa de Mar, is a lovely little Tapas bar embedded in the medieval houses of the old Vila Vella. Well, enough said, now you know where to find it. Definitely worth a visit!

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Uploaded: 12/04/2013
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Tags: tapas; houses; street; medieval; costa brava
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