Thursday, September 18, 2008

Tamariz beach

This used to be the most fashionable beach in the area during the 60s and early 70s.
The small castle is a private residence.
Tomorrow I will show you what's inside the white tent.

13 comments:

Silwy said...

Nice beach, what about today... is that beach still in use for swimming, or...........Who knows how is it like to live in the castle?

Your EG Tour Guide said...

The castle is so beautiful. What a beautiful place to live!

Hilda said...

A residence? Wow. Are those wooden posts his? I like them.

I also love that beach. Looks so wide, but the tide seems to go up very high too. Should be lovely to stay on a terrace at night just listening to the waves.

Marcel said...

I could live in the castle, but I bet I could not aford to keep it up. I could also stand a few days on that beach.

tr3nta said...

Nice Tamariz photos... I miss Portugal some times...

My Life In Montreal said...

I would love to live inside that castle. I would also love to visit that beach one day. The pictures are truly amazing.

Mo said...

Nice beach. I'm curious about the owners of the castle. What do you know about them.

Barbara Rahal said...

What a lovely castle, is still a private residence??..wow!! I will be back for the content of the white tent..Im curious now!!

Bergson said...

A castle in the beach, is that chvaliers bathed with them armors?

JM said...

Silwy, we had the revolution in 1974 and many things have changed. The beach is still fantastic but it's allways overcrowded... There is no perfect revolution... (just kidding!) :-)

Hilda, the wooden posts belong to the bar on the right of the foto and they are there just to earmark the tables area, piled in the background.

Mo and Barbara, I have no idea who the owners are, but surely they don't live there, you allways see the cleaning crew only...

Bergson, I would really love to watch the owners trying to swim on their 16th century ancestors' armors... lol!

Y.E.T.G., Marcel, Tr3nta, M.L.I.M., glad you enjoyed the pics!

Thank you all for your comments.

marie6 said...

That castle is impressive, imagine living in one!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

That's quite the residence. Pretty nifty!

crittoria said...

What a beautiful castle!!