High mountains and lush valleys are as much a part of the Costa Brava as bizarre rock formations and the long beaches along the coast that hold the promise of fabulous bathing holidays. The natural beauty of the landscape is responsible for the enduring appeal of this “wild coast”. But the hinterland, packed with historic and cultural sightseeing attractions, is equally as fascinating. Not to mention the provincial capital of Girona, where you can admire cathedrals, Arabian spas and the old town quarter with lively its ramblas and museums.
The tiny picturesque town of Tossa de Mar, founded over 700 years ago, is just 4 km from the Camping Pola. On a stroll through the narrow lanes leading up steep steps through the Vila Vella, you constantly come across historic evidence from this time. The old medieval town quarter is built on a hill and the ancient houses and fabulous flowers bestow a very special appeal. At the same time, Tossa simply hums with holiday ambiance, with countless galleries, bars, restaurants and small shops selling souvenirs and regional products. There’s always plenty of action on the beaches, especially during the summer months. As there is on the waves, where boats ply several times daily along the craggy coastline from Giverola and Pola to Tossa de Mar