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Walking to the lighthouse in Tossa de Mar

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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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A: Runes Ermita de Tossa de Mar

by Jordi Munné Ruiz, 30 meters away

Runes Ermita de Tossa de Mar

B: Tossa de Mar Medieval Fortress

by Sabine Schober, 40 meters away

Tossa de Mar Medieval Fortress

Tossa de Mar Medieval Fortress

C: La Lluna - Bar de Tapes

by Matthias Kunze, 50 meters away

La Lluna in Carrer de l'Abat Oliva 10, Tossa de Mar, is a lovely little Tapas bar embedded in the med...

La Lluna - Bar de Tapes

D: 2013 Tossa Citadel

by Antushev Vladimir, 50 meters away

2013 Tossa Citadel

E: 2013 Tossa De Mar

by Antushev Vladimir, 50 meters away

2013 Tossa De Mar

F: Citadel of Tossa de Mar

by Sergi March, 50 meters away

The Citadel of Tossa de Mar is a set of narrow and secret streets out of the typical turistic tour wh...

Citadel of Tossa de Mar

G: Castell de Tossa de Mar

by Matthias Kunze, 60 meters away

Nightly view from the old castle over Tossa de Mar. To the east, the nearly full moon is just rising ...

Castell de Tossa de Mar

H: 2013 Tossa La Vila Vella

by Antushev Vladimir, 60 meters away

2013 Tossa La Vila Vella

I: Tossa de Mar Medieval Fortress

by Sabine Schober, 80 meters away

Alleyway in the historic district, medieval fortress Burg in Tossa de Mar, mittelalterliche Gasse

Tossa de Mar Medieval Fortress

J: Far de Tossa

by Matthias Kunze, 90 meters away

Nighly view over Tossa de Mar nearby the lighthouse

Far de Tossa

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