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We walked from San Andreas along a very easy path with seating and stunning views to the natural sea bathing pools. Views were fantastic and the pools are easily accessed from the path and also from a nearby car park.
A very popular place to get the feeling of taking a bath in the sea, but without the risk of getting smashed against the Rocky shore frequented a lot by locals and tourists as well. Very nearby, but a bit less "crowded" is another place...More
This place is truly beautiful the Natural salt pools are a little cold but welcoming. There are changing rooms at the top which cost 50 cents and a truly lovely beach bar/ cafe at the top. A must see and great experience!
Nice, natural salt water pools. They are chilly! Changing areas at top and there is a bar/cafe too where you can watch people below.
The pools can be quite deep in places and they get fairly busy with people of all ages.
We only had drinks at Charco Azul, and the view is beautiful. Fun watching the waves crash into the pool below.
Everyone was friendly with the exception of the bartender who was very gruff, and it appeared his coworkers were treading very softly around him....More
we went for a drives around La Palma and visited many places, we knew about Charco Azul because we visited an Travel info office on our first day on the island
on the day we first saw Charco Azul, we never had swimming costumes or...More
I would check to make sure that you don't waste a trip here only to find that it isn't open. Having been here in April it was nice but definitely not very warm and it's doubtful that the water would be. Looks like an interesting...More
The coastline is very rough on this part of La Palma: no beaches, lava rocks and strong waves. The man made sea water pool is a great way to enjoy the ocean without danger.
We didn’t go in the pool but it was interesting to...More
Hi myc91, you have to take bus (guagua) nr. 100 100 CIRCUNVALACIÓN NORTE, SENTIDO S/C PALMA, BARLOVENTO, STO. DOMINGO, TAZACORTE A LOS LLANOS. Please see on the website of lapalmamola for the timetable, but I saw they are... More
Hi myc91, you have to take bus (guagua) nr. 100 100 CIRCUNVALACIÓN NORTE, SENTIDO S/C PALMA, BARLOVENTO, STO. DOMINGO, TAZACORTE A LOS LLANOS. Please see on the website of lapalmamola for the timetable, but I saw they are leaving SC every hour. When arrived at San Andres y Sauces, you will have to walk during a few kms. Buen viaje :-)