The bone shaped Capones Island is accentuated by a dramatically weather beaten Spanish lighthouse, Faro de Punta Capones, built in 1890. The beautiful structure, sitting above the island's crown of wild grass and low lying trees, served to warn passing boats of the dangerous, rocky coastline. Today, it is powered by two large solar panels. For the adventurous soul, climbing up to the top of the lighthouse is a must! From the top one can admire the impressive precipices, stony inlets and the foggy mountain range along the mainland in the distance.