Tossa de Mar in Costa Brava could well be the answer to that group getaway you’re looking for. From activities along the resort’s gorgeous coastline to pumping boat parties, this Spanish destination has plenty to offer…
Tossa de Mar offers a range of boat trips from excursions to see other beaches in Costa Brava to fishing sailings. However, it is the party cruises that tend to be the most popular choice among guests. The Catamaran Cruise company offer a daytime booze cruise and a sunset option with DJs blasting out hits in the middle of the ocean through the night. With free-flowing beer and sangria plus a trampoline on board, you’re sure to have a good time here!
The scenic roads of Costa Brava are a must for any cycling enthusiasts during their holiday in Tossa de Mar. The road from Tossa de Mar to Sant Feliu de Guixols is said to be one of the best roads of whole Mediterranean coast! Get a group together and hire some bikes from one of the resort’s rental shops and you won’t be disappointed. If a day of cycling isn’t enough for your group then perhaps look into the many cycling holiday options that companies like Giverole Resort have to offer. Mountain biking trips and Catalonia adventures are just some of the tours available.
Visit Water World
Although technically not located in Tossa de Mar, Water World in Lloret de Mar is a firm favourite for those staying all over Costa Brava. Just a short drive or free shuttle bus ride from Tossa, the journey is definitely worthwhile with a range of fantastic water slides waiting for you and your friends. Wave pools, kamikaze water slides, family pools, roller coasters, river rafting and the tallest bungee tower in the world (80 metres high!) are just some of the park’s many attractions.
Day Trip to Barcelona
A visit to Barcelona when staying anywhere in Costa Brava is an absolute must, and it’s not far from Tossa de Mar at all! Spend your time admiring the city’s architecture, just walking around you’ll come across various examples of Gaudí’s work, or maybe climb up the magical Montjuïc hill. Perhaps you’d prefer to stock up on fresh seafood and traditional tapas while you’re visiting? Whatever you decide, a trip to Barcelona needs to happen!
Watersports in Mar Menuda
If you and your group are the adventurous type then Mar Menuda is the place for you. Here you will find the town’s best dive school where you will be kitted out with all the necessarily gear for snorkelling. Or you can learn the essentials of scuba diving if you’re not already qualified. Whichever one you end up going for you’ll be in for a treat with the huge amount of underwater rocks this little beach has.
Kayaking is also great here with all the coves along the coast so if you’re not the underwater type, paddle off with a friend or three and explore along the surface.