Another beautiful day, so this morning we decided to walk to Cala de San Pedro, leaving Las Negras along the Rambla de los Agüillas.
Here, and along the path which connects the rambla with the cliff path to San Pedro, the colours of the countryside were lovely. Although it is supposed to be winter now, the deciduous trees still have not shed their leaves.
Once upon the coast path we enjoyed the magnificent coastal views of the Cabo de Gata and the calm, blue Mediterranean.
Soon, Cala de San Pedro came into view, looking empty with no yachts in the bay.
We looked down on the deserted beach which is so different now from in summer.
Palms, cacti and succulents add colour to the banks and cliffs behind the beach.
We walked alone along the beach where we saw no people, only boats.
Here is a view of the old fort with the palm trees overlooking the beach.
Above the beach, the bright yellow flowers of aeoniums are striking against the deep blue sky. Daisy, now three months old, had no problem coping with the four hour walk.