Cabo de Gata Natural Park
Cove of exceptional beauty. It is accessed via an unpaved road, at the end of which there is a small car park. From there you walk down steep slopes. It is a cove to get lost, for those who enjoy unusual and remote places.
It has no services, except for the basic cleaning and police surveillance. It is worth taking excursions through the volcanic environment and reaching the Vela Blanca viewpoint, a singular and unique hillock to enjoy nature, the exceptional views that exist in the area, always respecting the rules of good use of this protected area.
From Cala Rajá you can see the reef of El Dedo, also called El Dedo de Dios. On the left of Cala Rajá I could climb the slope to observe this, we will also see the Cala de la Punta Negra, which is inaccessible from land, and the Vela Blanca hill with its watchtower