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Playa de Abama, Guia de Isora

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  • If you are staying at the hotel, is the perfect plan. Available golf to come, cars and a train has all the services. (Glasses, tubes, fins, hammocks, tents...)
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  • Leave the car in the parking lot of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel and, unless you are accommodated, it runs almost a kilometer enjoying the view of this beautiful hotel. Then with a staircase leads down to the beach (even this-how many of Tenerife-made carrying sand from nearby Africa. (For residents vièun rack lift or a small train or small electric machines). Arriving at the beach you can choose the free part or rent (like we did) two sun beds with umbrellas in the structure of the hotel (cost 21 euros) and is equipped with two large towels for every bed. Then enjoy Sun, sea, and a spectacular sunset, facing the island of La Gomera.
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  • Very nice small beach with restaurant. Does get crowded. Protect swimming for, main ocean waves. Free public parking for access, but must walk down a ways.  more »
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  • The beach is kept by Ritz Carlton hotels and that is probably why this is a really beautiful beach. Public access is not restricted though, parking is difficult and you should get here early as space is limited. A long walk down from the carpark ends above the beach, it's fairly small but very well maintained. There are toilets and there is a small restaurant but I'd bring your own food as it's very expensive.
  • Great place! And the most important thing that hotel obey the law and the entrance to the beach is free to all) Of course if you accidently find this place on the map, like it happened to us)
  • Nice beach, but its quite a walk to reach it (totally worth it, just be aware if you are traveling with kids)
  • Amazing place and beautiful view. Unfotunatly, the bar is reserved for hostel customers.
  • Nice beach, good for cave diving. Hard to park the car.