A beach resort for grown-ups
The Costa Brava town of Tossa de Mar offers plenty of history, great food and a warm welcome
I’d been curious about whether I’d see one since my first morning in Tossa de Mar. But it wasn’t until a week into my holiday that I finally spotted a Spanish flag, albeit one that was flying, almost sheepishly, from the balcony of a third-floor apartment.
I was in Spain, but I was really in Catalonia. The red and yellow Catalan flag was everywhere, as were posters calling for...
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