Cosmic Villas is delighted to present this relaxed and idyllic holiday base within easy reach of a gorgeous beach and all the amenities of a charming historical village.
Situated off the scenic back road from the picturesque bay of Tamariu, it is just 500m downhill to the picture-postcard waterfront. This rather luxurious villa has been methodically constructed to the highest of standards and has been built on one level, allowing it to flow seamlessly, creating a gloriously light and airy family living space.
From the light and airy open plan living/dining room, sliding doors lead straight out to the delightful private pool area where a covered terrace furnished with comfy outdoor loungers offers shade on hot summer days and an al-fresco dining area provides the ideal place to enjoy lazy lingering evening meals whilst overseeing the children as they play in the swimming pool.
With such fine accommodation and unrivalled views to enjoy, guests could be forgiven for not wishing to leave. Nevertheless, the nearby Medieval village of Begur is indeed a must-visit, and keen walkers will enjoy the abundance of coastal walks whilst the more adventurous may wish to try their hand at Scuba diving, a popular pastime along these shores, a tribute indeed to the water cleanliness and colourful marine life.
** Please note there is 2 hours complimentary maid service available at this villa (every day except Sunday's)
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This villa is set in its own grounds in an elevated position and has been designed to make the very best of its location with great views down and over the Bay of Tamariu. There are 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, and it can accommodate up to 8 people
According to the British Telegraph newspaper, the beach at Tamariu ranks as one of the best beaches on the Costa Brava. Embraced by pine-clad headlands, the horseshoe-shaped beach is very pretty, family-friendly and sheltered.
Just behind the beach is the pedestrian promenade, where there are some cafes, restaurants and beach gear shops. Parents can happily while away a little time in the shade, sipping whatever they fancy, with their children, only yards away from them, play safely on the sand.
It probably won’t be the first time you’ve heard of it, in this neck of the woods, but Tamariu was originally a small fishing village. It has definitely retained some of its charm and identity, and its beautiful south facing sandy bay offers a romantic destination for lovers. It’s also a good choice for families seeking a quieter Costa Brava resort.
The activity in the village will peak in August, but as yet there aren’t any English bars or breakfasts. Neither are their high-rise hotels on the landscape, only a blend of greens, blues and sandy shades with pretty whitewashed buildings in the foreground.