This morning we went for a walk around Monsul beach and across the dunes to Barronal beach enjoying the Spring sunshine. Not many people on the beach but across the sea small yachts were passing by. In this photo the large piece of driftwood makes an interesting foreground in front of Monsul’s iconic rock and the boats in the distance sailing past.
Daisy loves it here and was showing her son, Bobby, how to play in the sand and sea.
Walking up the dunes and looking back we had this good view of the beach, headland and the boats.
We walked across the dunes and down the path to the more remote Playa de Barronal. Nobody else on this beach but the clocks did go forward this morning.
The rock formations here are fascinating.
We are not geologists but anybody can see the volcanic origins of the Cabo de Gata in the cliffs behind the beach.
We took these photos to show the different colours, minerals and strata of the cliffs and background here.
A final photo of the headland at Barronal.