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triphelp555 wrote a review Apr 2019
Sursee, Switzerland101 contributions41 helpful votes
It is always a pleasure to be there. The atmosphere of this special place is great, and the pool was great to swim in.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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KhudyAkov wrote a review Sep 2018
Murmansk, Russia11 contributions7 helpful votes
Amazing authentical place where you can swim in the ocen and lay in the little pool. Good views open while your stroll downstairs to the water.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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traveller446 wrote a review Feb 2018
lincolnshire68 contributions30 helpful votes
An easier drive than we expected from reports, parking limited but fine at this time of year. There are 460 ish steps, but not difficult as the incline is not steep and there are hand rails all the way. Fascinating place, with houses/hideaways made in the rock face. Not many other people around when we visited around midday. The sun probably doesn’t get over until late morning, but it was sunny and very windy. Wouldn’t do it when possibility of it raining. Didn’t get right to the bottom as waves were crashing and we were getting wet. An interesting visit, there are drinking water fountains, but don’t go expecting a beach and all the facilities.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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ghbonu wrote a review Jan 2018
Lucerne, Switzerland109 contributions23 helpful votes
For nature lovers a wonderful short hike (463 massive concrete steps, inlaid with natural stones, from approx. 100m above sea-level down to the sea). Even on calm days the sea constantly growls, swishes and snarls between the steep rocks. The place is not a safe harbor, but the only access to the sea from Puntagorda. We were there almost alone, should it be crowded the attraction dwindles. I read that the romantic (or to others: bizarre) huts - almost hanging from the cliffs - have to be destroyed by government decrete from Madrid. The place will lose some uniqueness if this happens. If you are in Puntagorda it is certainly worth a visit - the winding 5km road down there with it's steep green, black and brown rock-side is also enjoyable. Not many parking possibilities though! And take great care when the sea is rough, they say every year some careless tourists drown down there.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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Jane L wrote a review Sep 2017
Inverness, United Kingdom9 contributions3 helpful votes
Puerto de Puntagorda is a must visit when in Puntagorda! 300+ steps down to the old harbour. A very small turning and parking place at the end of a long winding road from the village. You walk past many cliff houses and stores, some still in use, we heard a radio blaring out from one. You feel you have to whisper when you pass them. A stunning place to sit and take in the beauty of this island, watching the waves hit the cliffs And the crabs crawling along the cliff edge too. Take water but there are 2 water points down the steps. Only when you get to the bottom the handrail becomes rope, the top is wooden. Two pools at the bottom full of fish but you could take a dip! Just has to be done!
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Date of experience: September 2017
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