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Alex C wrote a review Jan 2019
San Bartolome, Spain30 contributions12 helpful votes
If you’re lucky and there’s rough see you can see 20 meters geyser like see water burst and the sound is very impressive
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Date of experience: January 2019
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LaViajera007 wrote a review Oct 2018
Colorado Springs, CO205 contributions44 helpful votes
Our innkeeper gave us a small walking map to these bufones but he was very clear about the fact that we would see nothing since they are fully active in winter. Good to know, but we walked there in September and just the sounds were amazing!
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Tom W wrote a review Sep 2018
London, United Kingdom160 contributions86 helpful votes
You can drive all the way down a dirt track to park near the main bufone (read hole in the ground that spews sea water when the waves crash into a cave below your feet). From there it’s a lovey walk through the geo park to see many others, with great sea cliff views. We went on a calm day so the Bufones just made a loud woosh when each wave struck the cliff, even at high tide. It’s a nice 20min walk, or a short drive, back into the village. Casa Poli is a great place for lunch if you’re coming this way
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Karen90 wrote a review Jul 2017
Salisbury, England730 contributions180 helpful votes
We got the 1121 train to Pendueles. and walked back to Llanes passing by this on the route. There was no spray but you could hear the power of the ocean. The map obtained from the tourist info suggests more than one walking path but in fact there is just one the Comino and it isn't directly on the coast for the most part but it was enjoyable
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Joed D wrote a review Apr 2017
Athlone21 contributions14 helpful votes
Something different that I have never had a chance to experience in my life! Definitely worth a visit, and spectacular views all around just going on a stroll.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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