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Cliff-road from cape Bouak to the aiguades

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This cliff-road carved into the rock formely connected the sea breeze to the Aiguades (watering places) around Cape Bouak. It offers a panoramic view of the golf of Bougie and especially the bay of the Aïguades and the massif of Gouraya. On the heights, the peak of the monkeys.

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A: Cape Bouak cornice: Viewpoint 2

von Mustapha SADJI, 110 Meter entfernt

Cape Bouak cornice: Viewpoint 2

B: Cape Bouak cornice: Viewpoint 1

von Mustapha SADJI, 230 Meter entfernt

Sunny afternoon on the cornice of Cape Bouak where you can admire the bay, the Gulf of Bejaia and the...

Cape Bouak cornice: Viewpoint 1

C: Cape Bouak from Aiguades cornice

von Mustapha SADJI, 390 Meter entfernt

Since the seaside resort's Aiguades, a path leads to the cornice Aiguades and then join the cornice o...

Cape  Bouak  from  Aiguades cornice

D: From Tunnel to Patte d’oie : Viewpoint 2

von Mustapha SADJI, 1.1 entfernt

Starting from the Tunnel, the path leads to Patte d'oie (crow’s-foot) located down where this bifurca...

From Tunnel to Patte d’oie : Viewpoint 2

E: a view of Cape Carbon from Black Point Cornice

von Mustapha SADJI, 1.1 entfernt

The majestic cape Carbon is 240 meters high with a lighthouse of maritime signaling dating from 1889 ...

a view of Cape Carbon  from Black Point Cornice

F: Great Lighthouse Cornice

von Mustapha SADJI, 1.1 entfernt

From Cape Bouak to Cape Carbon through the cornice Aiguades and Cap "Noir", the path of the cornice o...

Great Lighthouse Cornice

G: a panoramic view from the summit of Peak Monkeys at Béjaïa

von Mustapha SADJI, 1.3 entfernt

Panoramic view from the top of Peak Monkeys on the Gulf of Béjaïa, its mountain range (The Babords), ...

a panoramic view from the summit of  Peak Monkeys  at  Béjaïa

H: a view of the Saline from Peak Monkeys at Bejaia

von Mustapha SADJI, 1.3 entfernt

On the track leading to peak of monkeys, you can admire the beautiful cove of the saline, Kaous Creek...

a view of the Saline from Peak Monkeys at Bejaia

I: Christian cemetery in Bejaia

von Mustapha SADJI, 1.5 entfernt

Located in the east of Bejaia, on the road leading to the watering places, the Christian cemetery con...

Christian  cemetery  in  Bejaia

J: from the crest of Gouraya : Viewpoint 2 Bejaia

von Mustapha SADJI, 1.7 entfernt

Panoramic view No. 2 on the footpath along the east-west ridge of the massif of Gouraya. On the north...

from the crest of  Gouraya : Viewpoint  2  Bejaia

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