The wild coast of Catalonia
There's a lot to discover: high mountains and fertile valleys are every bit as much a part of the Costa Brava as the strange rock formations and magnificent beaches along the coast. This unique mix is what makes the wild coast so special. And why not visit the cosmopolitan capital of Catalonia – Barcelona – during your camping holiday? Or are you interested in dormant volcanoes and historic sites?
Tossa de Mar
The small fishing village of Tossa de Mar is just 5 km from Camping Pola. With its quaint houses and spectacular flowers, the medieval old town perched on a hill has a special charm all its own. At the same time, Tossa boasts a lively holiday atmosphere with countless galleries, bars, restaurants and little shops selling souvenirs and local products. The beaches – especially in summer – are hopping and on the water too, with numerous daily boats along the rugged coastline from Pola to Tossa de Mar. A shuttle bus also runs between Giverola Resort (next to the campsite) and Tossa de Mar.
For more information about sights in the area, contact reception.