Los Caños de Meca
Los Caños de Meca is a small village with only 280 registered inhabitants. In the late 1970’s the location still didn’t even exist. The first buildings were settled bit by bit and came along with the hippie movement of that time, which still today characterises the townscape.
The village is primarily famous by its varied and beautiful coast which extends from Cape Trafalgar to the cliffs of La Breña where large and fine sandy beaches alternate with stunning rocky cliffs and fascinating coral reefs.
In the last years the location has been expanded by the construction of some appartments and little hotels, without however affecting its idyllic charme.
|Currency used||Euro (€)|
|Area (km2)||5 km2|