14 Mar San Juan’s beach
San Juan’s Beach
We can meet San Juan’s Beach in the municipality of Guia de Isora, west side of the island.
This is a beach of volcanic sand belonging to the thirteen beaches that have been awarded the blue flag, with an influx of tourists and residents all year round.
Being a very quiet beach, its position means that there is very little wind being protected by a dam and a port, it is crowded with tourists of all ages, but above all older people because, besides the favorable climate, the waters are calm and relaxation is the watchword.
Some important notions about the port of the San Juan’s Beach, which is surrounded by a dam of about 238 meters in length and the mouth of the port is open to the south-east. It is a fishing port where the old pier is still preserved, currently they have built a bigger one.
You can also rent chairs and umbrellas or hammocks. It is a very equipped beach, you can find toilets, showers, foot-wash, and a large parking lot with access for disabled people.
There is a very long promenade, about two kilometers long, where there are bars, restaurants, shops, pedestrian paths with bus stops and taxis, to fully enjoy this wonderful beach and all that is around it.
Interesting thing: if someone were here on Wednesday, they could take a tour of the market where there are antiques, crafts and fabrics.
You will find an old lime kiln a few steps away from the sea, which has now been restored, and made history having been a great producer of lime for traditional constructions.
You can reach this fabulous beach either by bus number 473 from Costa Adeje or by taking the motorway towards Guia de Isora.
Ciao amici! Qui eravamo da Playa de San Juan, giornata fantastica!!! 22 gradi, sole, mare, venticello e si sta una meraviglia, lo riproponiamo per chi non lo ha visto!😎😎😎
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Pubblicato da Tenerife Surprise su Martedì 11 dicembre 2018