This tiny island was recommended by our B&B hosts. You walk through the surf over a rocky isthmus, and climb around the paths. A wealthy industrialist bought the island in the late 60's and illegally built a secret hideaway during the 1970s. You can't see the building until you are there. (I asked how he did it. First they planted fast growing tall plants, and then stone by stone, hauled in a night, they built three or four rooms, walks, and a small swimming pool hidden in the vegetation.) This may not seem like it is worth a visit, but there are a lot of rare and unusual plants and drop dead views from various perspectives. In the off season maybe there are a dozen visitors each day. Walking through the surf over the rocks is a small adventure.
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