We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews nice beach yellow sand sandy beach san andres santa cruz sahara desert man made beach long beach clear water lots of parking changing rooms golden sands safe swimming sun loungers palm trees free parking a bit windy
As a local said: if the beach is sunny, it's going to be windy. If it's cloudy, the air is calm.
We picked a sunny day and experienced something way too extreme for a beach. The wind blew up to 40 km/h and the belongings...More
What a pity. Lovely sand and sea spoiled by the sight and smells of the oil industry. Oil tanks, rigs, a container port and a huge Tanker belching black diesel on the horizon. The pungent smells of petroleum encountered with every second breeze. We couldn’t...More
For anyone visiting this beach or San Andres,please be very careful with belonging s and money . We were robbed at a restaurant in the village and our hired car broken into also ,all in the one day .the police told us ,my friend is...More
A beautiful sandy beach but unfortunately as ive read many times , its usually windswept .
There is a regular bus service from the centre of Santa Cruz to the beach .
Also there are some beach bars which serve meals and drinks .
This beach on the coastal town of Puerto de la Cruz may be one of the best on the island. Even us, coming from a warm country couldn't resist soaking in the sun and sipping a delicious beach cocktail on a sunny beautiful day. You...More
Response from AngelaInTheSun | Reviewed this property |
Yes of course you can ... the beach at Playa de las Teresitas is wonderful soft sand. . . it was imported from the Sahara Desert, so that's why it is a golden colour, unlike the rest of Tenerife that has black sand... More
Yes of course you can ... the beach at Playa de las Teresitas is wonderful soft sand. . . it was imported from the Sahara Desert, so that's why it is a golden colour, unlike the rest of Tenerife that has black sand beaches... have a super holiday! Angela x