Overview of Costa Brava

Hotel Golden Bahia de Tossa & Spa is ever-popular thanks to the hotel’s location. It is only a short stroll away from Platja Gran beach and the old town of Tossa de Mar.

Hotel Golden Bahia de Tossa & Spa will draw you back time and time again thanks to its great range of facilities and friendly staff. It really does feel like a home away from home here.

With a lagoon pool, a couple of whirlpools and a themed children’s pool, there’s plenty to keep water babies entertained. Plus, with a buffet restaurant and entertainment options ranging from acrobats to musicals, there’s fun for all the family.

Overview of Costa Brava

With incredibly-preserved historical buildings and stunning mountain landscapes, Costa Brava is a popular yet peaceful Spanish destination.

On holidays to Costa Brava, you can allow the shoreline to be your playground. Whether you’re looking to soak up some sun or take part in some adrenaline-pumping water sports, Costa Brava has a beach for you. Head to Tossa de Mar (the home of the Golden Bahia de Tossa & Spa) for a spot of culture, or pop to Pineda de Mar for some Roman relics. In Costa Brava, there’s a resort to suit your holiday, regardless of whether you’re looking to relax or explore.

Things to do in Costa Brava

Tossa de Mar is home to the beautiful Vila Vella, where buildings date back to the 12th century. If you’re searching for history and culture, the Golden Bahia de Tossa & Spa is the place to be, as you’re within walking distance of culture both past and present, including medieval ruins.

You can also explore the sheltered coves on the shoreline, lounge on the beach, take part in water activities or book a tour of the fantastic Tossa de Mar Castle, which overlooks the rest of the town. A road train can even take you up to the castle, should you decide against the steep walk.

Resort Summary

Tossa de Mar is home to three beaches surrounded by scenic rocky cliffs – the Platja Gran, La Mar Menuda and El Codolar. The largest is the Platja Gran, whose long, sweeping shores buzz with the sound of water sports and boating excursions just off the coast.

Needless to say, there are ample opportunities for all-day sunbathing. Plus, with cafes and ice cream shops just off the waterfront, you won’t have to look far for a quick treat to cool off with. It’s even easy to appreciate the nearby historic sites from your towel, as the Tossa de Mar Castle towers high on a distant cliff top. More subdued beachside experiences await on the shores of La Mar Menuda, whose quieter sands are great for lounging on.