Didn't noticed any.
For travellers with cars it's an absolutely charming secluded and quiet corner, very close to the broad sandy beach (200m. through the scented pine forest)
Parking is under the trees on the locked territory free of charge.There are almost no mosquitoes(in the very centre of Canos De Meca tourists
suffered from itchy insects).We loved eating outdoors under the olive tree,enjoyed mild breeze.
The villa itself is spacious and cool whith wooden up stairs and fireplace. In the kitchen there are a gas cooker, a fridge,pots and pans and other utensils.But we noticed that in Spain isn't popular to have kettles.
The host is running family business,very experienced in guests accomodation. He speaks Spanish,English and German fluently,very helpful and welcoming.
The nearest supermarkets "Mercadona" are in Canil and Barbata, but it is no probs for tourists with cars.
Trafalgar lighthous atracts with its magic crystal light,we walked there almost every evening, the place is really mysterious.