This article was published in the Sunday magazine of The New York Times, released worldwide the beauty of the Natural Park of Cabo de Gata. It spoke of the park as a paradise on the Mediterranean coast as opposed to the definition of beach paradise that people have with long Caribbean beaches with coconut trees, emerald water and mojitos, the author is surprised to discover a small paradise with different coves surrounded by cliffs, rock formations of fanciful shapes that will delve into the sea just as they emerge from it, and all in a crystalline blue sea is everywhere. The author highlights the Cala Enmedio beach, he was pleasantly surprised and qualifies as one of the most beautiful spots in the world. We recommend that you read the entire article that was also published in the post that has the author in the same newspaper.
Annie Bennett wrote in the travel magazine of this famous English newspaper that enter the beach of Mosul is like stepping into a sculpture park, with extraordinary rock formations that frame the beach. She was surprised the huge rock in the middle of the sand and she remembered that this rock was the co-star of the movie scene Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade, where Indy and his father, played by Sean Connery scare a flock of seagulls to bring down a plane. Explain how the gulls did not take the direction that director Steven Spielberg wanted so they had to use paper gulls and some pigeons to shoot the scene. She also jokes about the heat that Harrison Ford had to spend sheathed in leather jacket famous archaeologist. She compares the capricious rock formations with a work of Gaudí. And says that this beach is just one of a series of spectacular beaches that form Cabo de Gata Nature Reserve, which surprised its volcanic landscape. Finish the article with some recommendations for accommodation and catering. Entire article.
The Lonely Planet travel guide in this article included Cabo de Gata in the first position of the 10 beach destinations yet to be discovered in the Mediterranean. They say that is the Mediterranean in its original condition without overcrowding you can find elsewhere. They highlight the beauty of its volcanic landscape, the beaches are not crowded and notes that there are still places to discover in this wonderful park . Article.
In this article the British newspaper reporter explains his experience traveling the wilds of the Cabo de Gata Natural Park. Hosted in Agua Amarga takes the hiking trail that takes him to Cala de Enmedio, Cala del Plomo, Cala San Pedro and finish with a boat trip to La Isleta del Moro. Cala de Enmedio surprised him for its beauty, Cala del Plomo is considered for him as an oasis where the desert meets the sea. In Cala San Pedro meets hippie community that counts as this cove was the last hideout of pirates in Spain. From Isleta likes the town that has been preserved as it was in the past of Muslim origin and fishing. The second day for the route from San Jose to Cabo de Gata lighthouse. Passing Genoveses beaches and Mónsul, says he feels like the movie stars that made movies in these places as Lawrence of Arabia, Cleopatra or Indiana Jones. He climb the Cerro de Vela Blanca, visit the Lighthouse of Cabo de Gata and watch the birds in the Saltworks. Reed the original
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