La Palma Beach Reviews and Ratings Guide

La Palma's coastline is widely considered to be the most dramatic of the Canary Islands. It has some stunning untouched beaches with black volcanic sand and crystal clear waters, hidden bays with wonderful pebbles beaches and magnificent easy-access sand beaches near town, as well as natural sea pools.

Natural seawater pool at the coastal promenade El Melonar, between San Andrés and Puerto Espíndola. With several pool-types to choose from, this is a...
Only a few minutes north of Puerto Naos, Playa Los Guirres (former Playa Nueva) lies surrounded by banana plantations. This beach offers a wooden sun...
This beach is located in the previous harbour of Tazacorte and is as such very much protected from the roughness of the Atlantic. As a consequence,...
Black sand beach, 2 kilometers south of Puerto Naos, on the main street to El Remo. This beach is very popular amongst locals and offers a number of...
This is one of the most popular beaches of the island. It has been awarded the "Blue Flag" for its exceptional quality. Palm trees line the black...
Heading North on LP-1, we leave Tijarafe behind us and shortly after pass the KM 85 mark. A few hundred meters further down to our left, we now turn...
This black sand beach is considered to be one of the island´s most beautiful. With its roughly 450 meters length it gives way to consistently...
Playa de la Zamora consists out of two bays of black sand, Zamora Grande and Zamora Chica. It is very popular amongst surfers.
We are heading north on LP-1 towards Punta Gorda and turn left into Avenida de la Constitución as we reach the town. We stay straight and pass...
Playa de Las Cabras is a southern extension of Playa de el Faro, located close to the windmills which can be seen from afar. This area is less...
This beach is almost connected to Playa Nueva and can best be reached by following the footpath south at Playa Nueva. The good waves have made it...
Playa de El Faro is a black sand beach, situated directly to the north of the El Faro saltines (salinas), a location of scientific interest, and the...
Pebbles and rocks define this beach, which is protected through some of the cliffs around it. This small village relies mostly on agriculture and is...
This beach consists of three bays. Due to its overall quality and sanitary installations, it has received the "Blue Flag" award continuously since...
Located on the southern tip of Santa Cruz de La Palma, this beach stretches along a large part of the Breña Alta coastal access. From the beach...
Las Monjas is the only official nude beach in La Palma, situated 1.5 kilometers south of Puerto Naos. This nice bay is only accessible by foot and...

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