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Stumbled across one of several secluded beaches with volcanic black sand, paid a few euros for a sun lounger. Hardly anybody around so enjoyed the majority of the time with just a few other sun seekers. The sea was a bit cold but it was...More
As there is not a church, a school or a post office, this is not a real village.
Easy public bus service avery 30 minutes (less in the evening) to Santa Cruz from outside the Tourist Office, but drop-off on return elsewhere (though nearby) In...More
1st weeks holiday in 20 years with my husband and was beautiful. We stayed at oasis San Antonio which was pretty peaceful apartments. There’s supermarkets within walking distance as well as restaurants that also just serve drinks. Sea walks and if your very adventurous a...More
We stayed at the H10 Taburiente Playa which is situated in this area. There are a few black volcanic beaches here where you can hire sunbeds and umbrellas for the day( sunbed 3 euros, umbrella 2 euros)
We went for early morning walks and the...More
This is a beautiful place and very different if your not from this area. The black sand and lava rocks. The water is very cold and if you decide to go in, be careful of the currents. Close to the airport and a nice place...More
The dark sand and the lava rocks: this is a typical volcanic beach. Several small beach areas between the rocks. The wind and the waves are pounding hard from the Atlantic Ocean so it is no always possible to go into the water. Best to...More
Holiday resort between the airport and the historic town of Santa Cruz. This fine place has a village feel about it and has good connections with the big town to the north, although Los Cancajos has much to offer the visitor - many excellent restaurants,...More