El Cotillo Piedra Playa Cliff Landslides Warning

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The Ayuntaniento of La Oliva (Town Hall) has put up signs at the southern end of Piedra Playa warning of the danger from a cliff landslides.

Cliff Landslides
The new warning signs

There have been a number of cliff landslides over the years between southern end of Piedra Playa (Surfers’ Beach) and the next beach, which is really only accessible at low tide. This means walking under the cliffs to get there.

I took the photo below in October 2012 after some heavy rain. This obviously destablised the cliffs causing the cliff to breakaway. Eventually this lead to a cliff landslide.

El Cotillo Piedra Playa Cliff Landslides Warning 1
I took this on 29th October 2012 at the very spot

 

More details can be found here.

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