It's a tiny island which has been recently turned into a tourist attraction (until two years ago it was private, and the house of the former owner still stands). You can walk around the gardens and sit under the trees while enjoying a stunning view on the sea or contemplate the quirky Gaudi style-meets-50's architecture of the building. Most paths though, unfortunately, are closed and cannot be visited (you can't get to the top nor to the other side of the island). Entrance fee was about 4 euros per person.
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