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It was a beautiful spring-like morning and we walked the length of the beach.
Along the shoreline were scattered a variety of pretty sea shells, including pieces of mother-of-pearl which sparkled in the damp sand.
We then walked the path to the next beach, Cala de Enmedio. Although we encountered other walkers, there were very few people about.
Cala de Enmedio is a beautiful beach, accessible only by a 4×4 off-road vehicle, but the walk from Cala del Plomo takes no longer than 20 minutes.
A striking feature of this beach are the fascinating rock formations in the cliffs.
It was warm enough to sunbathe but although the crystal clear sea was tempting, the sea is now too cold for us to swim.
The colours and varieties of wild flowers in bloom along the sheltered paths and the warm sunshine made us feel that spring has arrived.
We took many photos of them.