Tossa de Mar: the jewel of the Costa Brava
Coves, beaches, a castle, Roman ruins and the medieval town
The town of Tossa de Mar, with just under 6,000 inhabitants, is a town with medieval charm, and one of the jewels of the Costa Brava. In the medieval village of Tossa de Mar you have many surprises to discover, especially its iconic castle, but also its cultural and natural environment, its gastronomy, or the atmosphere of its bars at sunset.
Tossa de Mar has 3 beaches and is an ideal place for both beach vacations and rest, as well as to visit other hidden places on the Costa Brava, such as coves, medieval villages, or the culture and history of cities such as Girona and Barcelona.
The 3 beaches of Tossa de Mar have a Blue Flag, and they are perfect for family vacations on the Costa Brava.
The hotel has direct access to the beach of the Mar Menuda. The beach, which is 180 meters long, is small, beautiful, with spectacular diving and snorkeling areas. This beach is adapted for people with disabilities and outfitted with all the necessary facilities such as toilets, beach bar and emergency and first aid services.
PLAYA GRANDE BEACH
The main beach of Tossa de Mar is 380 meters long. Playa Grande is only about 200 meters away from Gran Hotel Reymar & Spa. Located in the heart of the town, it is the most active of the three beaches, from which the boats that make excursions to the coves and nearby coastal towns leave. On this beach you will also be able to attend concerts, Tai-chi classes, yoga sessions, dancing gatherings and parties during the main months of summer.
EL CODOLAR BEACH
The smallest cove of the 3 beaches, with about 30 meters in length, the Codolar is located behind the castle walls of Tossa de Mar, south of the city. This beach was formerly used as a port for the small fishing boats of Tossa and nowadays it is also a fantastic place to practice snorkeling.