At low tide, you can walk around this point. On our way back to town, we followed a path through the property on top the rocks.
This cottage colony appears to be surrendering to the sea.
Some beach areas consist of mounds of tiny little shells that crunch under your feet at the tide line. In other zones the sand is smooth. We saw lots of starfish at the shoreline, and I picked up some large cockles in one area.
The irony of the A La Playa sign is the waves appear to be lapping the foundation at high tide.
Another structure (a bano) eroded by the tide.
Nets left at the shoreline.
Fishermen pulling in their nets.
Turnaround point. The end!