This is the most traditional and picturesque swimming area of Puerto de la Cruz. It is located very close to the 18th century chapel, after which the beach was named. It owes its special charm to the small pools of water, which remain at low tide between the rocks. Formerly used as a small dock for boats, the beach is made of black sand and small stones and may be decorated with the Blue Flag, which guarantees good quality of water and services. An ideal end to your stay is certainly a walk on the waterfront promenade of San Telmo. There you will find all kinds of services, shops and restaurants where you can have a drink or enjoy the exquisite Canarian cuisine in a wonderful setting.
November 20, 2019
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