Choose Tamariu Holiday Homes for natural beauty and quaint village charm
Tamariu is a scenic coastal town in the Palafrugell municipality in Girona, Spain. It lies on the Costa Brava approximately 110 kilometres from the French border. Its name is derived from the tamarisk trees, which are found in abundance in this region. Going for a holiday in Tamariu is a one-of-a-kind experience and there are plenty of Tamariu holiday rentals to choose from. These rentals will allow you to take in the charm and distinctive nature of Tamariu which has retained its original fishing village roots from time immemorial. Some of the Tamariu holiday rentals are to be found in close proximity to the beach which has been awarded blue flag status and is therefore clean, with good quality water. Dive into the cerulean waters here for a perfect swim. You can also use the opportunity to dive into some caves to be found in the Llosa de Cala Nova, a submerged mountain. Visit the beautiful seaside summer paradise of Island Vir Holiday Villas for another unforgettable beach holiday.
Villas in Tamariu - take a dip in some Blue Flag award winning waters
Tamariu holiday rentals can also be found amidst the many sandy coves that are worth exploring. For instance, the Aigua Gelida has a pretty sandy cove. There are a huge number of very modern constructions here and you can find some good deals for Tamariu holiday rentals in this region as well. Some of the other Tamariu holiday rentals can put you in close proximity to the beaches, like the ones in Aigua Blava, Llafranc and Callela de Palafrugell as well. The main beach in Tamariu, however, is the Platja de Tamariu which is in a horseshoe formation and fringed with pine trees. There is a beautiful, bustling promenade which has quaint little shops and eateries where you can enjoy local cuisine.
Tamariu apartments also offer a few sporting activities, like snorkelling, kayaking and diving. Diving in the Tamariu reef can be a surreal experience when one looks at the structure of the reef itself. Marine life, the underwater rock formations and even the wreck of the Boreas at the entrance of the harbour – all make for a superb holiday in Tamariu. If you are inclined to watching local sports, make a beeline to the promenade in the evenings where the local citizens gather around to play boules, a game with metal balls. Depending on the season, there are also a large number of local music festivals that take place predominantly in the summer. Apart from these festivals, a holiday in Tamariu is also memorable simply for walking around the little village, which remains almost unchanged from how it used to look in times gone by.