Tamariu, Spain, has one of the most unspoilt stretches in the coast of Costa Brava, with scenic woods, cliffs, cloves and the blue sea. Tamariu features a beautiful resort on the coastline, which has managed to retain the Mediterranean village character. Apart from this there are other great resort called Costa Brava and LIafranc resorts which are worth visiting. Tamariu beach is very nicely sheltered and has clear water which is ideal for swimming and snorkelling .
Tamariu beaches include Aiqua, Xelida, Aigua Dolca, L’iris, Fonda and Cala Pedrosa beaches. A great way to explore the beaches are by hiring small boat and going around. The deep blue sea spread offers great opportunities for Water sports, and so is a favourite hub for Water sport lovers. Many tourist attractions are also within easy reach from the beach, making it a convenient location to explore Costa Brava. There are many open air Bars and Restaurants lacing the beach promenade and harbour. Restaurants here are particularly famous for Seafood, fish and other Catalan cuisine specialties. Tamariu is located about 110 km south of the border with France in the bay of Costa Brava. Tamariu is very near to Palafrugeli and Begur. Tamariu’s name is inspired from the presence of many Tamarind trees along the coastline. Originally a fishing village, Tamariu is not over-developed and has managed to retain its charm and simplicity.
Locals are very warm people and welcome tourists with a big heart. The locals are also always ready to show you around the place. Building up relations is a very integral part of the culture here. Tipping the server after enjoying a great meal at the restaurants is regarded as a kind gesture.