Isla de San Andrés Natural Monument
Declared a natural monument in 2003, the San Andrés island is 70,307m² and is made of volcanic rock. It is home to many seabirds and has a rich marine life around its shores. The island also has remains of a Moorish necropolis.
Only 400m from the Puntica beach near Carboneras, east of Almeria city, it can be easily seen from the mainland, especially with a good pair of binoculars for a close-up view.