Beach Between Two Coves
Two sandstone formations are vigorously projected into the sea by the Sierra de la Plata, which form the coves of Gracia and La Plata. Between the two coves, there is almost 2 kilometres of beach formed largely of sandy deposit from the littoral drift current. It's not a component. Supposedly, it's called the beach of the Germans because some Nazis fled there to hide, protected by the Franco regime.