The main beach runs between headlands and is the focus of the resort. A second, less crowded beach, lies beyond a steep coastal hill and is known as Playa de Fanals.
Evening entertainment consists of many music bars, usually with a non-Spanish theme, discos, some with spectacular laser shows, casinos, as well as entertainment laid on by hotels. The resort has a large number of restaurants and cafes, most of which are in the narrow streets of the old town. All types of cuisine can be found, although there is a heavy emphasis on British-style meals and fast food. There are also a few Catalan restaurants offering local cuisine.
There is a coastal train service every 30 minutes to Tossa and the train station at Blanes where connections run to Barcelona until early evening. There are regular buses to Barcelona and Girona and a ferry runs six or seven times daily to the other resorts along the coast.
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