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Playa de Las Gaviotas

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Lovely black sand beach

This is a beach only accessible by car but at the end of the winding road you will find a nice... read more

Reviewed September 19, 2018
Ioana D
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Beautiful beach

It was the beach we were going to when in San Andres. Beautiful natural secluded black sand beach... read more

Reviewed August 26, 2018
BorisBru
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Reviewed September 19, 2018 via mobile

This is a beach only accessible by car but at the end of the winding road you will find a nice beach off the beaten path. This rather small black sand beach has a small bar but no sunbeds or restrooms as it is a...More

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Reviewed August 26, 2018 via mobile

It was the beach we were going to when in San Andres. Beautiful natural secluded black sand beach with relatively calm waters accessible by car only. Totally recommended to spend a day there and enjoy the ocean. Though in high season it might be difficult...More

1  Thank BorisBru
Reviewed July 19, 2018

A small, black sand beach at the end of a winding road. We arrived here expecting a naturist beach, but it is not. The beach was crowded on this weekday afternoon but only a few people at the far end were without bathing suits, all...More

Thank edkedk
Reviewed January 7, 2017

we got there too late in the day to swim but had a drink at the bar next to it (nice people running it). nice little black sand beach

1  Thank michzerb
Reviewed December 12, 2016

I really recommend to visit that beach in the first part of the day as in the late afternoon sun is behind the mountain. Beach is not crowded probably because the only way to get there is by car. The sea is quite calm in...More

1  Thank mich_woz
Reviewed January 20, 2016

Positives. After the completion of comprehensive securement-work of the non-trustworthy cliffsides behind Gaviotas Beach, and the clear-up on the beach itself, Gaviotas is now a lovely 200 meter beach with powdery soft black sand (less than 0,5 mm in diameter). Gaviotas is directly exposed to...More

1  Thank Guegues
Reviewed May 29, 2015

From the lovely and civilized "Playa de Las Teresitas" (constructed with Sahara sand) you head north-east along the winding serpentine road "TF 121" for 3,3 km, (you pass the satellite town of El Suculum on the way as well as the Mirador point (with an...More

3  Thank Guegues
Reviewed November 24, 2014

For arrive, you need to have a car (by bus also but really tiring). Supposed to be a nude beach but almost nobody do it. Really calm and not overcrowded. Be careful with drifts and recommend to bring own food & drinks there isn't any...More

1  Thank VoyagerInShape
Reviewed November 4, 2014

Black sand and rocky, with cliffs. If you like a challenge, go. Access depends on the parlous state of the crumbling road around the cliffs. Natural beach. No frills.

1  Thank patersontenerife
Reviewed June 22, 2014

Very quiete and nice, black sand, free parking, nudism, waves for bodyboarding. Open minded people, here you have from family to gay couple and surfer, a big mix but very peaceful. No music, no bars, no food, if you plan to spend the day there...More

6  Thank Magnoparecchio
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john m
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I wouldn't recommend to get there walking from San Andrés.
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