Nogales Beach: This quiet volcanic sandy beach is located east of the island in the town of Punta Llana. It´s surrounded by spectacular cliffs and rocks. We can get down the slope by Martin Luis which is the longest road, or the descent into Bajamar, is well signposted and at the top you can watch this unique and spectacular coastline.
Los Cancajos Beach, Breña Baja:
The black volcanic sand beach is located in the municipality of Breña Baja, in La Palma, to get here we just have to take the bus No 9.
From its calm and crystal clear waters we can enjoy a breathtaking landscape of green mountains.
Fuencaliente Beach: South of the Island of La Palma, in the Municipality of Fuencaliente, it´s a volcanic sand beach located next to the lighthouse of Fuencaliente. This beach is also part of the Cumbre Vieja and Teneguia Natural Parks
Arenas Blancas Beach-White Sands:
In the municipality of Villa de Mazo, and as its name says is a white sand beach. It is also known under the name of the Salt. Its small size makes it quite cozy 50mts beach.
Playa de Tazacorte, La Palma:
This volcanic sand beach is located in the Tazacorte. The beach is near the Port of Tazacorte, the end of the beach is surrounded by a wild mountain scenery.
Bajamar: This artificial beach is situated near the marina in Santa Cruz de la Palma. It is located near the Los Cancajos beach .
Puerto Trigo Beach, La Palma: The beach of Puerto Trigo is a small creek, 30 meters long, located in a rural area of the coast of Puntallana, the banana trees almost reach the sea and the actual beach is reached by a road passing between them.
Girre/Playa de Las Hoyas:Las Hoyas beach is more than half a
kilometer long and it´s located in the southern municipality of Tazacorte.
It´s fine black sand and moderate waves represent a claim which attracts swimmers all year long. Located in a rural area it has some services such as kiosks, security measures, bathrooms, and equipment rentals for water sports.
Lago de las Damas- El Charcón:
Lake Las Damas Beach, in Tazacorte, it´s in an untouched and isolated area, we can get here on foot from the banana plantations. Part of the reclaimed area by lava from the eruption of Mount St. John in 1949. It is about 250 meters long, black sand, gravel and pebbles.
El Charco Verde Beach(Green Pond): Charco Verde beach is a bay of 250 feet long and an average width of 75 meters. Located in a rural area, its soil is sandy and black. You can reach by bus and has a snack bar with a terrace. It is one of the favorite places for the locals and also frequented by fishing lovers.
Pelota Bayana Beach: Bayana beach is on the coast of Los Llanos and has a small tourist infrastructure despite being in a rural area. It is 250 meters long.
Puerto Naos Beach
Puerto Naos Beach: The beach of Puerto Naos is one of the best known of the island.
It´s about a km long by 65m wide. It supports a moderate swell, allowing windsurfers to practice their sport. Situated in a semi-urban environment, is surrounded by a promenade, with restaurants cafés and some hotels. It has a palm planted on the sand, which dates from the time when the area became urbanized, it´s the oldest tourist resort on the island.
El Jorado Beach, La Palma, The Canary Islands:
Located at the mouth of a gorge and between cliffs it´s better to access the beach by boat. The road on foot is really hard, as it is in an isolated area. It has 230 meters long by 18 wide.
Playa de El Burro(Donkey´s Beach): 220 meters long by 15 wide average, Burro Beach is in a blank spot on the coast of Villa de Mazo. It consists of several bays and is made of pebbles. Windy and moderate waves, is rich in protected species by the Canarian Government.
El Pocito, Martina: The Pocito beach or La Martina is in an isolated spot unfrequented and virgin which must be reached on foot. Of medium black grain sand and lava stones, the beach is 150 meters long.