We all love unwinding while sunbathing on the beach, or walking through the charming Vila Vella, or savouring a lovely "Cim i Tomba". However, how about discovering the Cadiretes massif or following the Camí de Ronda to reach mainly unknown coves? Keep reading if you're into active holiday!
Tossa de Mar's natural setting hides some striking Mediterranean trails and forests located just a few minutes away from the town.
The Sa Riera Park is one of the green areas mostly known by locals, and not that much by visitors. This park includes shady parts, picnic areas and a small charming pond. And it's here that you can follow the hiking trails like GR-92, also known as Sender del Mediterrani, and reach El Puig de Ses Cadiretes, the town's highest peak, and even start to hike along Camí de Terra Negra.
For those who don't want to lose sight of the Mediterranean, there are some other hiking trails that run along the coastline, such as Es Codolar, or Cala Pola. These trails start in the town of Tossa de Mar and follow, naturally, Costa Brava's Camí de Ronda.
If you're very much into all kinds of cycling, you're on the safe side. Tossa de Mar offers lots of mountain bike, cycling and bike tour itineraries.
Mountain bikers can choose Punt d'Acolliment, located in the Sa Riera Park, to start the venture into the protected natural area of the Cadiretes massif, through three itineraries: Puid de Cadiretes, Planes de l'Aromir and Aiguafina. Get ready to delve into the nature!
Road cycling is also vibrant in Tossa de Mar. The Sant Feliu de Guíxols road is one of the most popular routes, thanks to its elevation gain, bends and viewpoints. From Let's Holidays, we suggest trying the professional experienced team of PedalCat. You'll really enjoy cycling in the nature with a local guide, and you'll follow professional cyclists' itineraries.
Go for active holiday!