The beach is accessible through a security door at the back of the hotel that requires your room key. Careful when you step out onto the path as there are cyclists everywhere. Across from the path is a concrete wall that many climb over to get to the vast sandy beach. Otherwise you could find an opening in the wall for you to walk through especially if you are on a scooter or have a pushchair. There are many sun beds with permanent standing umbrellas- that you pay a daily rate for. The sea was only mildly cold at the end of September so we swam easily in it. There were no sea weeds or jelly fish and it felt and smelt clean. It was easy to wade out into the sea to shoulder height and there were no sudden drops and it was a mild sea with little or no waves that you commonly get in the other Canary Islands. I can’t recall seeing any toilet facilities or shops on the beach. Many users were from nearby hotels and a few locals. But not too far from this particular beach were shops including a mall.
Easy access. Quite well sheltered. Washes out with the tide.
Beach outside hotel is good with wave breaks set off to calm the waves.
The beach outside the hotel is nice and ckean with a normal yellow sand. There’s a cafe/bar and local shops close by. If you walk to the left you can find camels to ride on (the beach further to the left from the hotel). Hooe that helps.
Beach is publicly owned as are all beaches. You have to pay for sun beds locally and not st the hotel.
A nice Sandy beach. Access is via a secured gate (using your security key to get back in), and literally three metres away. Busy but not too crowded.
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