Here, according to legend, Andromeda was tied to the rocks, as a sacrifice of the people of Jaffa, to appease the sea monster, so that the monster could devour her. And here came the miracle in which the hero Perseus saved Andromeda, a moment before the monster rose from the sea to devour her. Perseus took Andromeda on his flying horse and they married and lived happily ever since.
The King and Queen of Euphoria were appalled by the trouble and learned that the only way to calm and get rid of the monster's punishment was to sacrifice their own daughter Andromeda. They tied her to a rock in the sea, not far from the beach and waited.
But then, as in fairy tales, the hero Perseus arrived. Although without a horse, horses do not swim so well, Perseus fell in love with Andromeda immediately. He stalked the monster and turned it, as he sometimes did, to stone. Then he took Andromeda riding the flying horse Pegasus and married her and since then they live happily ever after ...
If you walk once in the port of Jaffa, you can see the rock that tradition says is "Andromeda Rock" in the sea, not far from shore.