While there is an enormous coastline, a lot of it is rough and not fit for shorelines or travel. Enormous scale angling and ports are at Ad Dakhla. A significant part of the region is bone-dry desert. The territory close to the sand divider made by the Moroccan military (otherwise called "the embankment") is encompassed via land mines and ought to be dodged. Authoritatively, the domain was separated by Spain into two locales: the northern strip, known as Saguia el-Hamra, and the southern 66%, named Río de Oro.