Torrecilla beach is gradually being put back together once again in preparation for the main summer season, with tons of sand being brought in, as it always is after each destructive storm, from other places. Much of the southern coast seems to need rebuilding at least a couple of times each year.
Popped down to a couple of beaches this morning, Torrecilla and El Chucho. Work has started to remove some of the storm debris, such as broken shower units but there is much to do to get them back into reasonable shape. The damage is quite substantial as you will see from the following photos.
Very hot today, so in the sea is a great place to be.
Seven-thirty in the evening and still the odd bod on Torrecilla beach. One thing that a few people have commented upon this year is that by 09:30, most, if not all, the sunbeds on the various beaches have been taken for the day. Many have a ‘reserved’ sign on them – a proper sign, not a German towel.
Plenty of people on Torrecilla beach, Nerja, around lunchtime. Fairly clear sea and the beach is at its widest at the moment – the ends tend to disappear at certain times of the year.
This is the time of year when the sun and clouds combine to make interesting shapes, patterns and colours. Sunset over Torrecilla beach in Nerja on Monday evening was quite good, some nice reflections.
The weather seems to have turned, with wavy seas and the odd bit of wind.
Did they just drive down and disappear into the sea?