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Feb-2011

Smuggler’s Cove Walk with Guests – 10th February 2011

We start the walk slightly inland from El Portet.

The Bermudan Buttercups look amazing against the bright blue skies.

We follow the tack for about 2 km along the dry river bed.

Until we reach the cove – it’s a beautiful inlet which was used by smugglers back in the 15th century to bring in illicit silk and tobacco.

Valerie was hoping for a bit of warmth and sunshine for her week, so was delighted to be sunning herself on the beach in temperatures of 22 degrees!

It was a Sunday so the Spanish families who own the small beach cave houses were down eating and drinking “al fresco” – it’s always great to see them having fun and it adds to the overall mood,

With the sea sparkling below us we climb up to the under-cliff

Then we walk with the amazing rock formation above us

With fabulous views of the sea

The contrasts in colours of the pale cliffs, the green trees, the blue sea and the purple lavender is a sight to behold

A great coastal walk.

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