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Was there for the beach 😁 and just couldn't stay away from that beautiful little mountain! Climbed up to the top on the side of it and not on the path this way was a bit more adventurous! View from top was amazing In would...More
Easy trails around and to the red mountain, two very nice beaches (Montana Roja and La Tejita) without any crowds in November. The beauty of the place immense and very peaceful. If you like to watch dozens of people doing kitesurf (maybe there were more...More
Really nice small mountain near El Medano/La Tajita, proper walking distance. Its starts quite shallow and the top becomes more and more steep. People use it often for workouts. Not recommended for elderly and people with bad heath/heart conditions.
It gives a very nice view...More
You will first see Montaña Roja when you land at the airport. There are two car parks close by. Not in any hurry we took our time to walk to the summit, while not particularly high at just over 170m the lack of any really...More
Car park with access to both heath and Montana Roja - might get crowded in summer? We had pleasant walk up, enjoyed the views, and really got a sense of volume of air traffic. We had brought food and water to have a picnic at...More
Herd a lot of the beaches in tenerife sur are artificial, this one is not, and it’s beautiful. Very scenic with the red mountain at one end and rocky pools at the other end. Had a beautiful relaxing day out.
Black sand and long beach. Red mountain (about 150m high) You need couple hours to get to the top and come back. Very nice view from the top. There were few nudist couples on the beach. I dont have anything against nudisam but we were...More
This red mountain of volcanic origin (or what remains of it) reaches 171m (560 ft). Close to the ocean / beach, it stands out from the landscape around and you easily identify it from the road TF-1.
You can park your car in an area...More