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Charco Azul

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Charco Azul

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Visit Bodegas Teneguía winery in La Palma

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Visit Bodegas Teneguía, one of the most awarded wineries of the Canary Islands, where you get to know more about winemaking in La Palma, besides being able to taste from the fruit of its soil.
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santpedor wrote a review Oct 2020
Barcelona, Spain334 contributions90 helpful votes
The day we visited there were very few people there so a swim in the charco was a real pleasure.There was a lifeguard on duty and only a handful of tourists. This place is much nicer than the typical hotel pools. Unfortunately the nearby restaurant was closed so we had to go elsewhere for lunch.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Erick H wrote a review Mar 2020
Guildford, United Kingdom172 contributions57 helpful votes
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An incredible spot to visit. This amazing attraction is mostly free. The only paid feature is the showers are €.50 per use. Otherwise there is a larger pool that has water coming in from the sea. And a smaller wading pool for people to hang in and around. The larger pool isnt always open, depending on the weather. When we went there was a red flag up indicating no swimming allowed. Several area were roped off as well due to extra high waves affecting the area. And this isn't a loss of you can't swim. Just watching the waves on the rocks and pool is quite miraculous. If you want, there is also a walking path where you can see some other areas that are full of longer waves and fun little lizards along the way.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Sunandski1963 wrote a review Feb 2020
Canada255 contributions85 helpful votes
It’s a steep walk or set of stairs to taller, but so worth it! Change rooms, bathrooms and no cost for the pools (or bathrooms) Very clean, and was a lovely place to have a swim. Lots of families and everyone was having a free at day. A full service restaurant is on site- somewhat high prices for the area- octopus options etc. We didn’t eat there but the place was full.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Jacqueline H wrote a review Jan 2020
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A little too public for us, it did look amazing though. Extremely steep walk back to the nearby town, almost a 45 degree incline all the way for a 30 min walk! Don't be fooled by guide books which say 20 min walk. Everywhere in La Palma as well as La Gomera is up and down long steep hills. Very beautiful however I thought I was fit until I went on this holiday!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Panagiotis Meletis wrote a review Jan 2020
Santa Cruz de la Palma, Spain16 contributions
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Watching the tide roll over the black rocks is truly a blessing. Pretty nice atmosphere, feels like a somehow touristic place, but also a secret one. I can't speak about the summer months though, as I was only here in early January. But still, we weren't the only ones visiting at the time. Didn't try the food, but the restaurant seems nice. Don't forget to go up the stairs afterwards for a much wider view of the natural pools from above.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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