An interesting historic structure is the Acueducto del Águila, also commonly known as the Eagle Bridge. The exact date of its construction is unknown, the beautiful bridge lies over a deep gorge and has about 40 arches. Surrounded by hills covered with lush vegetation, the bridge has a fascinating look. Usually, tourists visit it as part of a sightseeing tour on the way to the famous local caves.
One of the main advantages of the miniature resort is picturesque beaches, each of which has its own unique features. Away from the main tourist areas is El Playazo beach that becomes a venue for holding numerous festivals in summer. During the day, the traditional beach atmosphere reigns on the coast, but when darkness falls, it turns into a huge open-air disco where you can have fun until dawn.
A great choice for travelers who prefer relaxing in a comfortable environment is Playa La Torrecilla. Its length is about 300 meters; the fully-equipped beach has its own rental centers for hiring beach equipment, as well as several excellent restaurants. In high season the beach is always full of vacationers, so tourists are advised to go to the beach as early as possible.
A popular attraction of the resort is the charming beach of Playa El with a length of about 200 meters located in a beautiful bay. This miniature beach is framed by beautiful cliffs in which locals have carved their first homes hundreds of years ago. Some of these houses have survived to this day, they are considered unique historical monuments.