The Villa is an excellent choice for those seeking a relaxing holiday in an idyllic location, close to the beach, with all the amenities of a charming historical village.
Set back from the coastal road and overlooking the serene rocky coastline between Cala d’en Roig and Cala Gamarus, it is a lovely property built to the highest standards.
Our Villa is mainly a single-story property but has a unique tower room that has been dedicated for rest and relaxation. A place to escape and enjoy some ‘me time’.
The rest of the bedrooms and living space are on a singular floor below. The living/dining areas flow seamlessly, creating a light and airy family living space, from where you can go straight private pool area and terrace, furnished with comfy outdoor loungers offering shade on the hot summer days. An al-fresco dining area provides the ideal place to enjoy lazy lingering evening meals whilst the children play in the swimming pool.
With such fine accommodation and unrivalled views to enjoy, guests could be forgiven for not wishing to leave. However, the nearby Medieval village of Begur should definitely be on your ‘must-see’ place to visit.
If you enjoy long walks and hiking, the abundance of coastal walks are aplenty; whilst the more adventurous may wish to try their hand at the variety of water-sports on offer. It is a tribute to the cleanliness of the water and the abundance of colourful marine life.
This is a 5-bedroom villa sleeping 10 guests, located close to the popular beach of Tamariu.
Lower Ground Floor- Bedroom with two single beds & en-suite bathroom with walk-in shower- Laundry room with washing machine & tumble dryer- Table Tennis
Tamariu is a truly delightful seaside village, east of Palafrugell. It offers a gorgeous sandy family-friendly beach, as well as a string of popular waterfront restaurants and a couple of well-stocked minimarkets. Tamariu has retained a lot of its charm compared to many other ‘resorts’ along the Spanish Costas, this is due the nature (good fortune) of its rather rugged (but sublimely beautiful) coastline and the difficulty (impossible) of large mass tourist companies getting transfer coaches up and down the narrow hillside roads.
And thank goodness for that, as what we are left with is an utterly charming stretch of coastline occupied by likeminded discerning tourists who respect the local countryside and embrace the traditional restaurants, tapas bars and which can be found in this gem of a village. And getting there could not be easier, as Girona airport is less than an hour’s drive away.
Perhaps the most notable feature of this magnificent destination is it’s rolling expanse of picturesque beaches, all of which are cosied around beautiful coastal towns and villages which are just overflowing with Catalonian charm and culture.
Whether you prefer romantic strolls or adventurous hikes across the rocks, these idyllic beaches provide the perfect backdrop for sunbathing, water sports, exploration and relaxation, a well-balanced mixture of serenity and activity.
When you step away from these lovely beaches, you’ll find that Costa Brava has a wealth of activities available for the whole family. There is the Aqua Brava water park, a favourite amongst children and thrill-seekers, a welcome beach alternative. There is also a plethora of cathedrals, national parks, botanical gardens and even world-famous golf courses all located nearby!
Costa Brava is also steeped in history, there are ruins and museums aplenty, with a specific homage to the great Salvador Dalí set across three separate museums.
For those night owls looking for something a little lively after the siesta, there is a whole host of exciting nightlife options located throughout Costa Brava. Whether you are looking for classy cocktails or an energetic nightclub, Catalonia has it all!
In fact, this area has one of the highest densities of Michelin starred chefs in the whole of the country, offering fantastic food choices for post cocktail and romantic dinners with the show-stopping background of the alluring Mediterranean.