The Tamarindos Complex has a pool area that is surrounded by a green lawn for sunbathing.
Everywhere you look you can see palm trees, which give the resort a typically Mediterranean feel.
During high season, the Tamarindos Complex offers an entertainment programme for children.In the evening, you can occasionally experience live music.
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Leisure facilities at the Tamarindos Complex
As a guest at the Tamarindos Complex, make the most of the leisure facilities that lie right at your doorstep.
This includes a swimming and paddling pool, a beautiful garden with sun terrace and Mediterranean seating areas under palm trees. There is also some play equipment for children set up on the grass. You can play table tennis or rent a bike to discover the surrounding area. Moreover you could also knock a few balls over the net on an indoor or outdoor tennis court. In July and August, a specially-designed entertainment programme ensures fun and excitement for children and teenagers. In the evening hours you can dance to live music. Last but not least, there is of course the 5 kilometre long beach at Peñiscola that invites you to lounge around in the sun from morning until sun down. A true holiday paradise for families with children!
Accommodation at the Tamarindos Complex
At the Tamarindos Complex you will stay in functionally-furnished holiday apartments that are suitable for a maximum of 6 people. The open kitchen leads into a living area that, depending on the location, has direct access to a terrace or balcony. Outdoor furniture is provided. In the garden of the apartment complex there is a communal barbeque area with seats available for all guests to use.
The area surrounding the Tamarindos Complex
The colour history of Peñiscola dates back to the year 1000 A.D.The old town, which lies on a 64-metre rocky headland, was originally a fortified castle. Today, the historic old town is still only connected to the mainland by a narrow strip of land. The local sights include a citadel that dates back to the 14th century. The mainland is dominated by modern tourist districts with numerous shops, restaurants, bars and a range of places to go out.
The back country is characterised by vast plantations of orange and olive trees. Occasionally you can also catch sight of blooming almond trees.
Fancy an exciting family trip with lots of fun and swimming? If so, then a visit to the Port Aventura theme park in Salou is a must!