Charco Azul is located on the north side of El Hierro in the Canary Islands and is comprised of two salt water pools with striking caves in a volcanic landscape.
Near the entrance of the pools, staircases have been built for safe access. This is a destination where locals go to relax and also appeals to tourists for its gorgeous clear waters and contrasting landscapes.
Luxury surrounds Playa Calera, which is located in Valle Gran Rey. The area is surrounded by resorts, providing many conveniences and there is also a wide range of activities including snorkelling and fishing. The beach landscape is lovely, boasting a long strip of black sand, banana trees, and clear waters.It’s a great beach destination for any who want to relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.
Palm trees, turquoise waters and smooth sands make up the lovely Playa Puerto Naos. Long rows of sunbeds are available to lounge in, and are a unique rarity visitors can enjoy, especially if they need a seat to watch the beautiful sunsets.
This beach is great for snorkelling or paragliding as well, a big plus for the water sports enthusiasts.
What was once a fishing area, is now one of the local spots for a relaxing day at the beach. The beach of El Tamaduste has crystal clear waters, black sand and is an ideal spot for a bit of peace and quiet.
Tourists really wanting to get away can find a relaxing and quiet spot in Playa de San Sebastian. Aside from a few boats along the horizon, there is little to detract your view from the amazing shimmering black sands, blue waters and the island of Tenerife and Mount Teide. Relax, take a swim and enjoy your sunshine holiday!
If it’s a colourful escape you’re looking for, playa de Puerto de Tazacorte is a charming area to visit. Stunning mountains and gorgeous houses strewn in lively hues paint a postcard-perfect picture.
Travellers spending time in this area can enjoy windsurfing or can have a drink by the lively beach promenade. A must-see beach!