Rising to 36m virtually Isla Perejil is a small, uninhabited rocky islet located in the southern shore of the Strait of Gibraltar, 200 metres from the Moroccan coast & 13.5 km from Spain. Its sovereignty is disputed between Spain and Morocco.
In 1415, Portugal, along with the conquest of Ceuta [part of Africa], took possession of the nearby islet from Morocco. In 1580, Portugal came under the sovereignty of the King of Spain. With the Iberian Union split in 1640, Ceuta remained under Spanish sovereignty. Isla Perejil
I added a large head high water beach area to fill in some unused space, the cliffs are nice, and there is another beach as well as a lot of flat lands. The photo looks east.