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All reviews tapas sea front laid back dark sand lovely place bars and restaurants small beach small town la gomera wednesday market sun loungers lovely walk fishing village food and drinks lovely beach couple of hours working town
This little harbour is very picturesque with a lovely walkway around the beach. The sand is volcanic so black. There are lots of good restaurants, cafes and shops in this location too. I really like this place!
A little off the beaten track find this once busy fishing port. It now hosts a small number of boats but boasts a great beach protected by the harbour. Some nice place to eat the one we found right on the beach offered a nice...More
Nice little beach but very stoney. Also does feel a bit closed in with the harbour. Worth a look if your in the area but don’t go out your way. However the snorkelling is reasonable as the fish like the stoney sea bed, so better...More
Come here if you want to get away from the touristy crowded beaches in Los Cristianos or Las Americas. Pay the few bucks for sun chairs and umbrellas and the guy will also serve you food and drinks from the bar. 5€ Mojitos say it...More
We travelled from Las Americas (477 Bus 45 mins), get off before the beach, there is a path along the side of water, really nice views, round the corner is the port which was closed off as they were working on it. Very nice quiet...More
We absolutely love Playa San Juan - a small, black sand beach, port and predominantly Canarian resort. With a free car park behind the beach, a beach bar/cafe, toilets and sunbeds and umbrellas it is the perfect place for relaxing. The beach is sandy but...More
We decided to spend a few hours on the beach since Playa de San Juan has rave reviews on Trip Advisor.
The beach is lovely, wide and quite clean with bathroom facilities and water stations to wash off the sand.
It was filled mainly with...More