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Beaches of Tenerife

Tenerife is an isle in the Atlantic ocean, that's why there are a lot of beaches. Totally, there are 140 natural beaches as well as especially organized for the visitors of the isle. The colour of the sand in black and sometimes gold, though there are a lot of stone beaches. There are nudist beaches in Tenerife as well as the Blue flag beaches. In 2008 9 beaches of Tenerife received the right to be called beaches of the "Blue flag". The campaign "Blue flag" is aimed to create not only clean beaches, but there also should be a high level of sanitary, beach-rescue service and first-aide service. Blue flag is assigned to the beach that meets the following  requirements: clean water, condition quality, safety, infrastructure and services. 


"Socorro" means "help". According to the legend, guanches found a statue here and took it to the cave. Since that time, it has become a place of pilgrimage. When the conquistadors came here and decided to take away the statue, suddenly it started bec...

El Médano

The beach bears against the Montaña Roja. There are the sand dunes at the base of the mountain. Constant trades attract here the wind and kite surfers. Here you can also find special schools to practice these sports. It is a natural beach with...


A small artificial beach with yellow sand brought from Sahara. Not to let the sand be washed out by the waves, a wave break was built, so the ocean is very quiet here. The beach is called in honour of the Camisón cape, which joins to this beac...


Since 1997 it has been receiving the blue flag. It is a long artificial beach with grey-yellow sand. Here you can practice any water sport, though the water on the coast is quiet. More popular here are parasailing, surfing, diving. You can get here b...

Nudist beaches of Tenerife



• Playa de los Patos (Orotava)

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• Playa de Diego Hernandes (Adeje)

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• Playa la Montaña Amarilla (San Miguel)

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• Playa de la Montaña Pelada (Granadilla)

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• Playa de la Montaña Roja (close to Tejita, Granadilla)

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• Playa de Las Gaviotas (Santa-Cruz)

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