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Walking to the lighthouse in Tossa de Mar
Spain

The path to the top of the lighthouse in Tossa de Mar is surrounded by many enchanting places like old stairs that changes the route.

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Uploaded: 13/11/2010
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Tags: beach; tossa de mar; tossa; costa brava; girona; turisme; tourism; platja; playa; costa
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