Sound caused by buffoons. The rocks of the cliff has been pierced by the sea, to the point of forming a series of “tubes” inside the cliff, which extend from the level of the tide to the top of the cliff. Inside these tubes compressed waves go up at breakneck speed, generating an expulsion of water at high speed at the top of the cliff, causing this (wonderful and deafening) hum. During the recording some voices of visitors can be heard.
Author: David Duyos