generally works best in light winds. South is good, as is
a light east. Usually it doesn't work very well with west
wind, and is in rotor with north (except if it is exeedingly
light). As mentioned above, the lower take-off altitude means
greater height gains during winter. In summer, you are usually
better moving inland to 'Cenes de la Vega' or one of the other
sites if big distance is your goal.
The take-off is situated besides some communications
antennas. Top-landing is very tricky.
You'll find the landing further towards
the sea (visible from take-off), beside a bend in the road.
There are some pine trees lining one side of the field. It
is good, but don't even think of overshooting it (should be
suitable for all but beginners).
There are some quite spectacular (if not
the longest) cross-country opportunies in this area. One of
the most luring involves landing on the beach for a swim.
Another option would be to follow these mountains towards
the west into the province of Malaga.