To its sides it's equipped with some pedestrian promenades that house a few beach equipment shops, cafes and restaurants. Simple village houses surround the beach in a lovely sort of way and the pine trees lend so much depth to the already calm, peaceful atmosphere of the Platja de Tamariu.
The beach extending nearly all around the bay has clear sparkling water and the shore have fine golden sand. During the season, you can rent various sailing boats, pedaloes and canoes. During the weekends the beach does get a little crowded but you can always find more secluded spots along the quieter coves on the two ends of the beach. The restaurants serve authentic Catalan food with delicacies like baby squid fry etc.