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Beautiful but windy beach, worth the visit. Dont park where the restaurant is, if you wont be a custumer. There is a parking in the back... You can acces beach by foot, accesible by stairs.
The day when we were there, was quite windy, black...More
We went with some friends who had a car. The beach is clean and sandy. The waters are shallow and wavy. You have to get to it by stairs which are steep in places. Check also high tide as waters go right up to the...More
Looks lovely. It is not really so hard to access it as I have read in other reviews. Some steps down, a bit of wind (the lovely Canaries' wind :))) ) and when you finally arrive with your feet on the soft black sand...u realise...More
As soon as you park and reach the stairs leading down, your chin will fall. You can stand here for an hour and stare at the ocean. The beach gets down the stairs. Swimming is possible only at low tide. We were here after lunchtime...More
We went there by car, because Benijo is a quite remote village. The beach is really worth a visit and you can spend good times there.
As we returned, our car got broken into through the window, although we had nothing really expensive in there,...More
Slightly hidden place, which requires to make some effort to reach it (probably renting a car), however, it certainly pays off (however, you can have some problems with parking your car). The beach is covered with black volcanic sand and represents the opposite of ovecrowded...More
I loved so much this place. I arrived from Anaga Mountains in this beach. It was cloudy, windy, the sea was with enormous waves. A few people could have a swim, but here you feel nature on your skin. Probably Cristoforo Colombo saw the same...More
It's not just Playa Benijo that should be on your bucket list. The road that snakes up from San Andres and then down from the high Anagas into Taganana, hugging the coastline as it meanders past Playa de San Roque and Almaciga's wild surf before...More