Mirador dels Cards

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Mirador dels Cards is a great scenic viewpoint just over 30 minutes from the beach Platja del Codolar, in Tossa de Mar, where begins the GR-92 walking trail and with a drop of over 100 meters leading to it. It passes through a wooded area of high natural value (as the cork tree forest Sureda d'en Santos) and this way allows great views of both the old medieval walls of the Vila Vella of Tossa and the cliffs over the sea. Through this same trail, several miles further south, you will reach Lloret de Mar village.

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Mirador dels Cards, Tossa de Mar, south Costa Brava

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