That's the name of a live web cam link to Mojacar Playa -http://www.mojacarnet.com/index.html. Watch the traffic going round and round one of the three roundabouts on the playa, look at the (mostly) blue skies and get a glimpse of the beach in the distance. Wish I was there now!
This is where we stayed - down the far end of the playa. Lovely and quiet yet close to everything. Raul the famous Spanish footballer was our near neighbour (He has a house in the area) though I don't know if he was in residence when we were there. There were a lot of very visible security devices around where he lives. Not a very pretty sight.
"Cabo de Gata Natural Park"
This is a fantastic place. It has it all - beautiful beaches, wonderful scenery, weird and wonderful flora and fauna, desert and rocky mountain landscapes, salt marshes and salt works, a bird reserve with pink flamingoes among other species.
A day here is one to remember. Better still if you have more time to explore the terrain. You can even do a Vespa tour of the area. Check the Guardian newspaper website (travel section) for details.
"Moros y Cristianos, Carboneras"
Everyone little town in Southern Spain seems to have a fiesta at some stage during the spring and summer. Carboneras is no exception. We got up very early (for us) on Saturday morning to see some of the spectacle in one of the local parks. It then processed near the beach and up one of the narrow streets to the local church with St Antony of Padua (the local patron saint) leading the way.