Citadel of Tossa de Mar

The Citadel of Tossa de Mar is a set of narrow and secret streets out of the typical turistic tour which is limited to go through the walls by the typical path.

Copyright: Sergi March
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送信日: 13/11/2010
更新日: 05/09/2014


Tags: citadel; tossa de mar; tossa; beach; costa brava; tourism; medieval; girona; catalonia
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