The Tazacorte Beach It is located in the municipality of the same name, in the island of La Palma. It is a historically important place because in its beaches there was the first landing of the Spaniards to La Palma in 1492.
It is an urban type beach, so its occupation is usually high, with half a kilometer of extension. Have fine black volcanic sands With some gravel. Its waters have waves more than interesting for the practice of windsurfing.
This enclave is surrounded by a promenade and an interesting wild vegetation that gives it an incredible natural setting.
The beach is separated from Port of Tazacorte by the mouth of the Barranco de las Angustias. The location, being close to an urbanized area such as the port, has all the services thereof, in addition to beach bars and hotel facilities and other beach services.
The bus service brings you closer to the beach, but if you prefer to arrive with your car, there is parking available.
We recommend a walk through the old port of Tazacorte, where the picturesque fishermen’s houses form a charming postcard and you can find restaurants where you can taste excellent fresh fish.