The weather this March has been very changeable. There have been warm, sunny days but we have also had cooler and windy days plus a fair amount of rain. This weekend the weather has settled and we are promised fair weather through Easter. On Friday morning I went to the end of las Negras beach and cleared the cove there of rubbish, filling a sack with all the plastic that had been washed up in the recent storms. Not our job but the council will not do it. Here is a photo I took after.
Yesterday was another glorious day. Here are a couple of photos I took early morning at Las Negras.
It was good to see activity on the sea and the water taxis to San Pedro prepared for visitors again.
Today was even warmer with the temperature in the high twenties. We walked over the mountains to el Valle de Rodalquilar.
The light was brilliant and the countryside looked so fresh after the recent rain.
Down at El Playazo and the beach beneath the Bateria de San Ramon visitors were enjoying the beach and the sea.
We walked back to Las Negras along the coastal path encountering many other wakers along the way.
The photo above is of Cala del Cuervo, the last cove before Las Negras.
This photo was taken from the cliffs above Las Negras looking towards Cala de San Pedro.