Illa de Monteagudo is a beautiful tiny islet off the coast of Nigrán in Spain. It is composed of spectacular cliffs, coves and beaches, and its best-known feature is the watchtower that was built by King Alfonso X of Castile in the 13th century. The islet is now a protected nature reserve, and visitors can explore its captivating scenery, wildlife, and local history. There are several hiking trails from Nigrán beach to reach the islet, and visitors can take a ferry from Portonovo beach for a closer look. The islet is a great place for bird-watching in spring, scuba diving and snorkeling in summer, and swimming and kayaking in calm waters. With its spectacular coastal views, Illa de Monteagudo is the perfect spot for a day of relaxation and exploration.