It is located to the north of the municipality, between rocks and vegetation, and is formed by a main beach, with coarse sand, the Els Liris cove to the south, where a hundred-year-old hut stands out, and the Aiguadolça cove to the north, formed by rocks. If we follow the coastline by sea (by kayak, boat or swimming) or by road (the coastal path does not pass through this section) we arrive at the beautiful cove of Aigua Xelida. And if we take the coastal path from Cala Els Liris heading south, it will take us to Cala Pedrosa, where there is also an old barrack. Every year, on the first Saturday in September, the Habaneras song is celebrated on the large beach of Tamariu.
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