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Mermaids Reef, Cabo de Gata
Spain

Reef of the Mermaids, located at the tip of the Cabo de Gata, near the lighthouse built in the 1860s, the Natural Park of Cabo de Gata-Nijar is the first sea-land Park of Andalusia, Spain.

It is a volcanic park and marine-terrestrial space of greatest surface and ecological relevance of all the European Western Mediterranean Sea.

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Tags: cape; cabo; gata; almeria; andalucia; spain; sea; reef; sirens; mermaid
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