Los Bufones area is located along Costa de Cantabria on side of Cantabrico sea between the town of Ribadescella (to the south) and the village of La Franca (to the north) on the autonomous community of Asturias in Spain. This area is famous for these water spray-jets called Los Bufones (The Jesters). Locally, Búfon is also the name for lamentation of pets who are annoyed. It is that sort of sound make by Los Bufones. At the time of the highest tide and when the sea is strong, a large volume of water pushed by waves into cracks and chimneys is ejected with great force out of them and forms spray of water like geyser sometime over 10 meters of high called blowhole in geology. This area is also home of a large number of limestone sinkholes open on the sea, sea caves, natural sea arches, narrow channels, rocky islands and isolated spires along more than 40 kms of coast line with impossing cliffs and lovely sandy beaches. The karstic area found along Asturian coast is principaly composed by Dinantian limestone and Skiddavian sandstone.