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The rock formations here are great and create huge photogenic plumes of spray when there’s a decent swell coming in. I read a tip about visiting in low tide and I recommend googling tide times and being there at as a low a tide as...More
If you want to spend a really relaxing time with not a lot of people around you ... you cannot miss this beach.
It doesn’t have a very easy access but if you don’t mind to walk a bit down stairs, that’s the perfect place...More
My rating refers not to the beach itself but to the way to access it. The beach itself simply beautiful with breathtaking views, nice black sand and gorgeous mountains in the back. The sunsets there are not to miss! BUT getting there by car was...More
Me and my Husband went here for his birthday in the hope of doing some free diving - this isn’t the beach for that. However we where so happy we came, the views on the drive through Anaga to reach Benijo where amazing. When we...More
A beautiful untouched black sanded beach. There are no sunbeds, umbrellas, not even a toilet or a trash can, but this just makes it more amazing. The view is stunning and the road to here through Anaga is breathtaking. It's a good place to surfers...More
Like other Canary Isles, Tenerife isn't blessed with many good natural beaches. There are a number of artificial beaches with imported sand and some decent beaches with natural black volcanic sand. Benijo isn't either of these. Though listed on some websites as one of Tenerife's...More
We visited this beach on our last day on Tenerife. We wished we had visited earlier in our stay so we could have visited a 2nd time. We parked on the dirt road that goes up behind the restaurant, and walked down to the beach....More
This beach is really beautiful. You have to be careful, make sure you are there at low tide, when the tide comes in the beach almost disappears. To get there, you have to come by car or walk from Almaciga along the road, and finally...More