South of Spain an area of more then 35000 hectares of plantations extends along the coastline. Especially in the province of AlmerÍa they cultivate most of the vegetables and fruit for the rest of Europe. Half of the workers, estimate, live illegally here. Teachers, farmers, fishers, students – no matter which profession the migrants exercised before, here all of them have to live through the same ordeal. “You can’t avoid these plantations. For ‘people without papers’ it’s the only way into Spain” some people say. The people build up shacks from old plastic or discarded materials or they live in little houses between the plantations, provided for money by the plantation owner.