Walked for several miles down almost deserted beaches near Gunjur village. Lots of sand, seashells of all sizes, hundreds of sea birds and, naturally, the odd cow or two. It is a foregone conclusion that you will see at least one cow when you go to the beach.
It really was a beautiful day down by the seashore. El Chucho beach has taken a bit of a battering and has looked better, but it happens at least once a year so it comes as no surprise.
Torre del Mar is a working seaside town and a popular, busy summer beach resort on the Costa del Sol and boasts one of the longest (4 kilometres), and certainly one of the widest, beaches along the coast.
On Friday afternoon I popped down to El Salon with my nine month-old granddaughter for her first trip to the beach Lots of sand castles The water was calm, but very cold, although that didn’t stop anyone.
There were thee people swimming this afternoon on La Caletilla, one in a wetsuit but two hardy souls in regular costumes.
A fair number of people on El Chucho beach today.
And now for a QuickVid at El Salon beach in Nerja. Less crowded now, much easier to find a spot.
On Sunday, there were pretty, bright red bits of cloth adorning poles on the beaches in Nerja, trying to work out what they might mean after viewing the scene.
Two of the fleet of eleven Crap Catchers available for the Axarquia region were off Calahonda beach (and the rest of the beaches no doubt) on Sunday. If true, I was rather surprised to read in a recent article that there are
A bit of a blustery day, particularly down by the beach and up on the Balcón de Europa, but nice enough. Heard a rumour that Sevillano has stopped doing the buckets of beer! Can’t have that, must check it out.