BLOCS DE GRANIT
The rocks that are left to us are blocks of granodiorite, of the granite family.
The hardest granite resists to break down and is exposed to the elements, although it does not escape, and the result is the “sauló”, a thick sand that forms the renowned golden beaches of La Selva.
The rock is eroded as if it had onion skins, giving rounded or cubic shapes.
Often the blocks present deep fractures that are used both for resistant plants, such as succulent plants and grasses, as for reptiles, the common dragon (foto), and the lizards finding an ideal habitat.