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... a pretty little village, a former fishing enclave, now a tourist resort. The path out of Las Negras climbs a hill giving excellent views down the coast. The path seemed very busy compared to what we have been used to. After about an hour, we started a descent towards San Pedro with the ruins of the 18th century San Pedro Castle and a 16th century tower coming into view. Cala de San Pedro is described as a delightful bay. The ...
... for a restaurant right on the beach where you could park over night if you bought a meal. So after I had taken them out on the beach for a couple of hours to tire them out and stop them becoming too excited in the restaurant, at 8 p.m. we left to experience this gastromonic delight.. Only to find out that they closed at 7.30 in the week at this time of year !!!!!! ( Once again the Chuckle Brothers ...
... river bed called La Rellana to the summit top of a hill topped with communication towers. The vegetation on the way up was verdant compared to the rest of area and made the walk even more pleasant.
Once at the top, it was a steep path down the other side and back to the campsite. Whilst we have been out, Ruby has found a new Spanish friend. A white VW campervan has been parked in the camping space behind us and it looks like the two are talking to each other – ...
... and sticky with sun cream - this is why I don’t do beach holidays!!. The sea was very cold so I only managed a quick paddle. We persevered for about an hour and then headed back to the campsite for a shower and a cup of tea…..
Sunday 27th April
Weather: Mucho Scorchio
We walked out of San Jose back towards Torre de la Vela Blanca but took the coastal path ...
... Miguel de Cabo de Gata looks a bit scruffy and deserted.
We cycled around the Salinas, a huge area, just in from the sea where salt is produced. Bird hides are doted around the Salinas but without the benefit of a pair of binoculars, we could only guess that we were looking a flamingos and storks.
We cycled as far as La Fabriquilla, the last village before the road starts to climb up to the Faro de Gata (Lighthouse). From there we headed ...
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