The trip was taken by public transport, bus (about 3€ each I think) and took about 40 minutes.
The place was really charming and as yet relatively unspoilt - weather was good and we had a nice relaxing lunch overlooking the sea.
The area is popular with surfers and there were also dune buggies running around.
El Cotillo had something of an artistic vibe, photo's on display, statues and crafts everywhere- also a fine old tower used to defend against marauders (now a small museum and gallery)- great place to visit.
|A defence against marauders|
|Ceramics were on display by..|
|The artist- Juan Antonio Sanchez|
|Riding the buggies looks fun|
|A work reflecting the nature of El Cotillo|
|As fish are gutted the seagulls wait patiently|
|Photo's on display|
|Reminded me of Picasso's Bull sculpture|
|It was hot enough for this|
|And this too.|
|And there was time for an enjoyable 'Al Fresco' lunch as well|