The view is magnificent, either we looked towards the windmills shinning in the sun up on the hills or we looked at La Puenta de Tarifa, located on Islas de las Palomas, where it is the most southern point of Europe. At only 14 kilometres by sea are located the rising Rif mountains of North Africa; that day they looked blue surrounded by a yellow fog.
Next, we followed the city's wall built by French in XVIII century, then we took a rest in a park taking photos of Africa's shore; later we had a nice lunch at a little tapas bar and last we lost ourselves wandering the streets till we met another lovely park next to the municipal library and in front of the police, where we spent some wonderful and peaceful moments surrounded by silence, flowers and singing birds.
On our way back we stopped at a miramar, a belvedere point, very popular there, where one can admire the windmills and of course the Rif mountains. It was only a 4 hours trip, but we want to go back soon, to visit the rest of the city, because there are still many beautiful things to explore and discover. And many photos to take.