Its cliffs are some of the most spectacular landscapes of the Canary Islands, classified as a Protected Natural Area within the Rural Park of Teno.
They are vertical walls up to 600 metres high, formed by basaltic casts that enter the sea.
Its bottoms are 30 meters deep and have a spectacular fauna richness, ideal for snorkeling and diving.
There are numerous companies that offer different aquatic activities in the waters of the cliffs, such as: kayaking, jet skis, paddle surfing, whale watching, and so on.
This camera shows an impressive panoramic view from the Hotel Sensimar Los Gigantes.