Inaugurated in 1963, with the beginnings of tourism in the south of the island and built on an old tomatoes wrapping factory, it was declared an Asset of Municipal Architectural Interest at the end of 2017.
Unique for its architecture by means of pillars on the sea, they allow a direct access to the Atlantic Ocean.
From its terrace our camera offers spectacular views of the beach El Médano, distinguished with Blue Flag, and the Paseo Nuestra Señora de Las Mercedes de Roja.
In the background is the beach of Leocadio Machado, cradle of windsurfers and kitesurfers
. El Médano preserves its origins linked to the world of fishing, offering its restaurants fresh fish of the day for enjoyment by the sea.