Formed by fine and dark sand of volcanic origin. It also tells part of the island's history. It has a bunker, one of the hundreds that were built along the entire coast of the Canary Islands, and which date back to World War II.This beach boasts as a blue flag for its water quality and for the multiple services it offers: adapted WCs, lifeguard service, information panels on the local marine life, defibrillator, playpark on the avenue, etc.
Beach: Hoya del Pozo
Type of sand: dark
Swimming conditions: strong waves, windy
Length: 130 m
Width: 45 m
Occupancy rate: high
Degree of urban development: semi-urban
Marina: taliarte pier
Distance to beach: 2 km.
Means of access: On foot easy,Car
Nearest motorway: gc-10
Showers, footwash, litter bin, cleaning service