The hotel rooms are not only rooms for sleeping and relaxing, but are meant as an integral part of the journey. The views of the ocean and the service, which meets every wish and every need of the guests, play an important role. The property offers a wide range of adult-only dining options. Visit the buffet restaurant for breakfast and dinner. Two other restaurants, a bar and a traditional Italian ice cream parlor are available to all guests.
Evening at Playa Diego Hernandez with visitors preparing to leave. Playa Diego Hernandez beach. Hippy Bay. Hippy Bay rocks and crystal clear sea. At the northern end of La Caleta,s sea front go up the steps to the top of the headland.
This entire area is a nature reserve with outstanding rough beauty. The paths and trails are rough and we advise strong footwear and not flip flops. This V shaped bay with a flattened end is mainly rocky has large areas of flat rock suitable for sunbathing. Some nude sunbathing takes place here. Located in one of the 3 coves about 1 kilometre east of the last houses of Puerta de la Cruz.
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By car turn off the TF5 at junction 32 and head for Rincon. Head straight for the coast by passing Rincon by keeping it on your right. This road is 1 car wide, hope nobody is coming the other way. Zoom in on the map for details.
One of three adjacent beautiful coves. Playa de los Patos has black sand and there is a beach bar for those cold drinks or snacks.
The waves in this area can be very spectacular. A small bay with a 50 x20 metres black sand beach, which continues with narrow boulder covered sandy stretches going along under the foot of the rock cliffs. This continuation depends very much on the straight of the tide and weather it,s a neap or spring tide.
Playa de Las Gaviotas. Which in turn is North East of Santa Cruz.
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There is an bus that travels along the main TF which leaves a 1. If walking some corners can be cut off between the zig zags of the road. The shortcuts cross thorny land and not recommended unless a very obvious foot path trail is available.
A car park and a small kiosk is located next to Playa de Las Gaviotas beach selling snacks and drinks. Las Gaviotas beach is quiet small being about metres by 40 metres and is composed of Tenerife's volcanic black sand.
Very popular with the young and also naturists. Playa Tejita Nude beach Highly Recomended. The Playa de la Tejita gay beach is much smaller and just over the ridge next to the cafe, becomes cruisey if you continue into the rocks under the headland cliffs. Playa de la Tejita located on the coast in front of the village of Tejita and the camping site Montana Roja.
The beach is about 10 min walk along a flat trail from the car park alongside the TF road. There is a smaller trail to the beach from the bus stop. The bus stop is about yards along the road nearer to Los Abrigos from the car park.
The mountain a small extinct volcano with a caldera that has a section of it's rim missing on the North East side. Spectacular views are available from the Volcano's rim. At the end of Calle Chasna near the sea near where a ladder is set into the rock for swimmers to use is a path tothe top of Montana Amarilla. Please note that this path is steep and because of the loose sand and gravel over solid rock is very slippy.
I therefore reccomend the route described below. Travel east along Av de Jose Antonio Tavio to the end and the shopping centre shops pubscontinue east after a slight left twist in the road along Calle Olimpia for metres to the sharp left bend.
Look for the dirt footpath that starts 50 metres away behind the wall on your right. Follow the main foot path clockwise around the inland side of Amarilla mountain, this takes you to a rocky headland overlooking the bay on your right. For a very scenic route you can go via the top rim of the Amarilla mountain's Caldera again use the above path then take a minor track that starts centrally at the back of the mountain. Follow the trail up the mountain on your right and follow the main path along the rim anticlockwise untill it descends and meets a teneriffa fkk hotel on your right turn right.
There are plenty of good walking trails in this area with good views of this rugged coast line. Walk south east beyond the Arona hotel and beyond the lone villa on the headland almost as far as you can go. This beach tends to be male only.