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The best (and affordable) 5 star all inclusive resorts in Santa Susanna, Tossa, Malgrat, Pineda and Lloret de Mar, Costa Brava, Spain. Read about the local areas and explore our top exclusive luxury resorts with thousands of reviews below:-
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About Tossa de Mar:
Tossa de Mar is a beautiful coastal town located in the province of Girona, on the Costa Brava of Spain. It is known for its medieval architecture and stunning beaches, making it a popular destination for visitors from all over the world.
Tossa de Mar was first established as a fishing village in the 12th century by Moors who had taken refuge there from other parts of Spain. Its fortifications were built up over time to protect it from invaders and pirates, and these walls still stand today. Inside them lies an intact old town that has been declared a Historic-Artistic Monument Zone since 1931.

The Old Town of Tossa de Mar is one of the most picturesque spots on the Costa Brava. Narrow cobblestone streets are lined with charming whitewashed houses with red tile roofs, while ancient stone walls surround it all like an airy fortress. At its center stands Vila Vella (Old Village), which includes two towers – The Tower of King Martí and The Tower of Guardians – that offer panoramic views across the bay to neighboring towns like Lloret de Mar and Blanes.
The beaches around Tossa de Mar are among some of best in Catalonia, offering everything from family-friendly coves to more secluded areas for swimming or sunbathing away from crowds. Platja Gran is one such beach - located just outside Vila Vella - that offers plenty of amenities including restaurants, bars, shops and even its own market square where vendors sell fresh seafood caught each morning in local waters. There’s also plenty to do off land too; diving centers offer courses for beginners as well as experienced divers looking explore underwater caves or shipwrecks nearby such as La Donax submarine wreck near Calella dels Capellans Beach or El Faro lighthouse at Sa Palomera Beach near Lloret de Mar.

About Lloret de Mar:
Lloret de Mar is a popular tourist destination located in the province of Girona, Spain. The city has become well known as one of the most popular beach resorts in Europe due to its stunning location on the Mediterranean Sea and its plethora of activities and attractions.
Lloret de Mar is situated on a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, creating beautiful views for visitors to enjoy. The city also offers many recreational activities such as sailing, fishing, scuba diving, windsurfing, and more – perfect for those looking for an active holiday! The beaches are some of the best in Catalonia and there are plenty of spots to relax by day or party at night.
The city's historical centre is full of winding cobbled streets with lots of independent shops and restaurants serving up traditional Catalan dishes like paella or fideuà (Catalan-style noodles). There are also several monuments that date back to medieval times including an 11th century castle which can be visited during your stay.

In addition to all these things that Lloret de Mar has on offer there are also plenty of events taking place throughout the year like Festa Major (the main festival) which draws thousands each summer with music, dancing and fireworks displays! If you're looking for something a little more low-key then there's always the weekly market where you can pick up unique items from local artisans or try out street food from around Catalonia.

About Malgrat de Mar:
Malgrat de Mar is a small town located along the Costa del Maresme, in the province of Barcelona, Spain. It has a population of approximately 16,000 people and it is known for its beautiful beaches and picturesque streets.
The area was first inhabited by Celts before being conquered by the Romans in 218 BC. In the 19th century Malgrat de Mar became an important agricultural center and fishing village. The town is divided into two main parts: Old Town, where most of the historical monuments are located; and New Town which focuses on tourism with many hotels, restaurants and shops.

The main attractions of Malgrat de Mar are its beaches and natural beauty. The beaches here offer everything from sunbathing to swimming to sailing or even jet skiing- – all under perfect Mediterranean sunshine! There are also several interesting places to visit such as Parc Dels Angels (angel park), which is a park with sculptures from different artists; Els Llacs (the lakes), which contains three artificial lakes connected by waterfalls; or Cala Roca (rocky cove) where you can explore an old quarry with stunning views over the Mediterranean Sea.
Malgrat de Mar also hosts many festivals throughout the year such as Carnestoltes – Carnival time in February – or La Festa Major d'estiu – Summer Festival at end of June/beginning of July - that see thousands of people coming together for music, dancing and food!

About Pineda de Mar:
Pineda de Mar is a resort town located in Barcelona, Spain. It is situated on the Mediterranean coast, about 55 km away from Barcelona city centre. The town is known for its peaceful atmosphere and beautiful beaches that stretch from Calella to Blanes.
The main attraction of Pineda de Mar is its stunning coastline which features a variety of golden sand and small coves with crystal clear waters. The area also boasts plenty of leisure activities including water sports such as sailing, surfing, kayaking and windsurfing; as well as cycling paths along the shoreline. In addition, visitors can find many restaurants offering traditional Catalan cuisine as well as international dishes to enjoy while taking in the breathtaking views of the sea and mountains beyond.

The town’s historical centre has many interesting monuments worth visiting like La Torre de les Tres Creus (the Tower of Three Crosses), a 17th century fortification built by Felipe III in 1611; or Església Monestir (the Monastery Church) which dates back to the 13th century when it was used by Benedictine monks for worship services.
As one would expect from a Spanish coastal town there are also plenty of festivities throughout the year including carnivals around Easter time and celebrations during San Juan's day featuring fireworks displays over the beachfront promenade at nightfall!

About Santa Susanna:
Santa Susanna is a small coastal town located on the Costa Brava in Catalonia, Spain. It is situated between Malgrat de Mar and Pineda de Mar, about 85km north of Barcelona. Santa Susanna has become an increasingly popular tourist destination in recent years due to its stunning natural beauty and numerous attractions. The town’s main attraction is its magnificent beach, which stretches for 2km along the Mediterranean coast. The beach features powdery white sand and crystal-clear waters that are ideal for swimming and sunbathing.

Santa Susanna has something to offer everyone: families will find plenty of fun activities such as amusement parks, water parks and mini-golf courses; nature lovers can explore the nearby wetlands or hike up Montnegre Hill; while nightlife enthusiasts can enjoy a vibrant bar scene with live music venues throughout the summer months. There are also many sports facilities available such as tennis courts, football pitches and sailing schools – making it a great destination for those looking to get active during their holiday!
For those keen on exploring further afield, there are many cultural sites to visit nearby including Girona’s old quarter or Salvador Dali’s house in Cadaques. For foodies there are plenty of delicious local dishes available at the numerous restaurants dotted along Santa Susanna’s promenade – from paella to traditional Catalan seafood dishes – all washed down with some exquisite local wines from Empordà region wineries!

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