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Playa de Vallehermoso

Playa de Vallehermoso – located on the northern side of the island, Playa Vallehermoso is about three kilometers away from the village of the same name. The beach is gravely, the ocean rough and the cliffs steep, discouraging all but the most experienced swimmers. But nearby is a seawater swimming pool with changing rooms, showers, […]

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Tecina Golf

Tecina Golf (Lomada de Tecina, 38811 Playa de Santiago) – given the size of this island, it’s hard to believe that there’s actually a functioning 18-hole golf course. This one, which is part of a VIP hotel (Hotel Jardin Tecnica) ono the island’s southern coast, has seaside areas and grounds that make for challenging rounds […]

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Whale Watching

Whale Watching (Valley Gran Rey) – Tina Excursions lets visitors buy tickets to get on board its excursion boat “Tina” for a four-hour trip into the sea, and spot whales and other sea creatures. During such excursions, the boat moors off one of the island’s secret beaches where visitors can enjoy a swim and a […]

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Playa de la Guancha

Playa de la Guancha (Punta de Juan Daza) – this is an isolated beach with clear crystal waters southwest of the Punta de Juan Daza (off the island’s east coast). It takes about 90 minutes to hike along a high mountain path from San Sebastián. A nice view of the neighboring island of Tenerife can […]

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Playa de Alojera

Playa de Alojera (Road CV-16, Alojera)—located in a rural setting, Playa de Alojera is reached from Epina via a narrow winding road sloping to the inlet. The black sand beach found here is more than 200 meters (about 660 feet) long with moderate swell. A couple of small restaurants, operating out of houses under the […]

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Playa del Inglés

Playa del Inglés (Valle Gran Rey) — located in the southwest part of Valle Gran Rey, this beach benefits greatly from a generally calm ocean. Since the 1970s, this beach has been a legendary destination for ‘hippy’ and alternative movements. Unlike other unspoiled and naturist beaches in the Canary Islands, this destination is close to […]