This afternoon, instead of taking the path to Barronal, we walked over the dunes to the right towards a cove which, according to the map, has no name, but I think it can be referred to as one of the Calas del Barronal.
Over the dunes a narrow, stony path leads down to a fabulous beach.
Despite the warm, sunny weather there was not another soul on the beach.
We are not geologists, but we find the rock formations and the colours of the cliffs here fascinating.
Rocks in bright browns, ochres and greys form interesting shapes behind the beach.
At the north end the grey cliffs form are etched into incredible forms.
Charlie posing under these cliffs where we had a picnic.
Looking to the south end of the sea we could see the headland at the south east corner of Spain. For some interesting photos of the dunes go to http://coloursofspain.wordpress.com