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I don’t know if it was just bad luck today, but the wind was blowing so much that you barely could walk on the beach without having sand all over your body and eyes.
Too bad because the beach is very nice, well organized and...More
It is such a pity that this nice place is so full of litter. Not on the beach as such but on the parking area and around that. Plastic bottles, soft plastic, millions of cigarette butts and even human excrement.
Wind rain and wind most...More
So it's a lovely beach, there are toilets, beautiful white sand and palm trees.
We went because it was supposed to be good for kids to snorkel but it was super super windy!!!! We ended up leaving after 20 mins. The wind was...More
The beach is beautiful and a little bit different from the other beaches in Tenerife. Unfortunately the weather was so windy and we could not enjoy it as much as we wanted to. We ended up having sand all over our stuff, in our hair...More
Beautiful beach in Tenerife, just north of Santa Cruz. Man made with sand from the Sahara desert and backed by the pretty village of San Andres and mountains. it's a big beach with plenty of sun beds and a small number of cafes and bars....More
Just loved it: chillin on the beach with the Teide volcano on one side and the ocean on the other one. I recommend you to rent a sunbed (for only 2,5 €) because it's really windy and sunscreen is a must😁
Went to this beach a couple of days ago. Very clean. Sea quite shallow for several metres. Lots of locals and families there. A few places to buy drinks and sandwiches. Would recommend a visit if staying in Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
Response from A8223XUangelar | Reviewed this property |
Yes of course you can ... the beach at Playa de las Teresitas is wonderful soft sand. . . it was imported from the Sahara Desert, so that's why it is a golden colour, unlike the rest of Tenerife that has black sand... More
Yes of course you can ... the beach at Playa de las Teresitas is wonderful soft sand. . . it was imported from the Sahara Desert, so that's why it is a golden colour, unlike the rest of Tenerife that has black sand beaches... have a super holiday! Angela x