The Anaga area, in Santa Cruz, has a trio of beaches which simply deserve an unhurried and inquisitive visit. Very close to the famous town of Taganana, after crossing this legendary massif with a recent Biosphere Reserve listing, we come to a surprising beach which, at low tide, is simply spectacular. If, moreover, the sun and sea conditions permit us to take a pleasant dip, then the outing becomes awesome; plus, there is a variety of places to eat nearby where you can enjoy the local fresh fish and seafood. The fine sand, cape on the right side, rock formations on the horizon and the nearby beaches of Almáciga and Benijo complete a simply irresistible cocktail. Go right now if you can.
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