First thing in the morning, amidst the mist that populates the waves in the township of Guetaría , a typical fishing village in the shores of Guipuzkoa  (Basque Country), we can discern the shape of Mount of San Antón , which as we can see on J. G. del Sol Cobos in this image from this group blog , resembles a mouse. All along the rough way up, we have one of the best sights of the Basque Country. There is even a lighthouse on top that integrates the landscape and makes us think of the traditional lifestyle in this area of Northern Iberian Peninsula.
This so well-known shape in Guetaría connects through a tombolo  (branch that gets two parts together) with solid ground, and from different point of view will look as the tail of a rodent.
— J. G. del Sol Cobos (@jgdelsol) octubre 27, 2014 
Image by of the Guetaria Mouse from Zarauz, Guipuzkoa, Spain.
After some research about the history of this natural park surrounded by the Cantabrian sea , we know that until the 16th century it was an island. Today, it's a famous spot in Guipuzkoa, where we can find plants and trees as native as exotic, besides a fantastic panoramic view of the coastline.
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