Official Tourist Intermediary authorized by the Government of the Canary Islands (License I-0004147.1)
Always respecting buoy signage at all times, navigating in Tenerife is easy as there is no special area in which navigation is restricted. So, feel free to get lost in all the nooks and crannies of the island, especially the ones below.
Ocadilla Beach: hidden near Punta Hidalgo, this beach is perfect for sailing, enjoying a natural cave where you can take refuge from the sun on the hottest days and also have some privacy. It is only accessible by boat or kayak, so it is empty most of the year.
Playa de La Garañona: This beach in the north of Tenerife is accessible by sea and by a rather complicated path on the cliff wall, so it is unlikely that you will have company.
Playa de Masca: this location can only be reached by boat or by making a somewhat difficult path, however, it is a well-known enclave so, surely, there is someone on the beach when you arrive.
Montaña Pelada Beach: accessible only by boat, this southern beach of the island is ideal to be alone and enjoy privacy along with its beautiful sand and white stones.
Playa del Ancón: the least known, solitary and secluded beach on the coast of La Orotava, to the north of the island. A secret paradise!
Playa Roque Bermejo: this area is the most popular of all, mainly because it is right next to a village, however, you have a small port where you can moor the boat and spend as much time as you want on the beach. It has a plus: it’s a phenomenal fishing location.
“A ship should not sail with a single anchor, nor life with a single hope”