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Everything (sorry in abvance)

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Everything (sorry in abvance)

Going to Santa Susanna on 2 October, first time. Is there anything we should definitely do? Are there places not too far away we should visit? I am a 50 year old woman and my 28 year old nephew will be travelling with me. Looking to really enjoy our holiday and find some exciting stuff to do. Thank you in advance 😊

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1. Re: Everything (sorry in abvance)

start by looking here

http://stasusanna-barcelona.uk/

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2. Re: Everything (sorry in abvance)

Do you want to rent a car? If so, the parking in Santa Suzana is free and you have mobility to move around another resorts.

Calella is pretty nice, but in October the season is ended and also the parties and a lot of shops probably will be closed.

Tossa del Mar is exceptional (30m-1h from Santa Suzana).

The view from old citadel is awesome, and the walking between the medieval streets are nice.

Also if the wather is not so ok, you can make a trip to Barcelona (1h from Santa Suzana)

For me, a car was 150eur for 4 days.

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3. Re: Everything (sorry in abvance)

Thank you x

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