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Monumento Natural Isla de San Andres

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Seen from town, accessed by boat or scuba

This island can be seen from the town and can only be accessed by boat or if you are scuba diving... read more

Reviewed May 26, 2016
ItalianChicken1
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Paso Robles, California
Little more than a large rock in the sea

Attraction ??? Little more than a large rock in the sea! Not sure why it is called a tourist... read more

Reviewed September 20, 2019
Kingpaul100
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Malaga, Spain
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Sep 20, 2019
“Little more than a large rock in the sea ”
May 10, 2017
“A Large Rock Stuck In The Sea”
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Attraction ??? Little more than a large rock in the sea! Not sure why it is called a tourist attraction ???
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I can only describe this so called monument as a large rock sticking out of the sea in the bay here at Carboneras, it can be seen when you walk along behind the beach, but I could not recommend anyone to go out of their way to find this so called attraction.
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This island can be seen from the town and can only be accessed by boat or if you are scuba diving there. It is a protected area and for marine purposes nothing can be touched which is understandable. Great for diving and checking it out though. It is a Necropilis and contains
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