Doing this easy walk you will enjoy our beautiful coast:
- Fishers village "los abrigos", one of the best villages for eating fresh fish in Tenerife.
- Small beaches and coves
- The particular fauna and flora of our coast
- Amarilla golf
- "Montaña Amarilla"A small volcanic mountain by the sea with a characteristic yellow-golden color. The constant erosive process has revealed a characteristic fossil dune at the base of the structure.
All the end of the year, on November or December, coinciding with the arrival of the trade winds, many sailboats cross the Atlantic with sail, sailing from different ports of the Canary Islands. Its shipowners and skippers, prepare their ships thoroughly, equating them with everything necessary. Its final destination is the Caribbean. All these boats are looking for experienced crew members eager to share a unique experience, that's why many European travelers come to Tenerife looking for a place to enjoy this journey in exchange for labor.This marina in an ideal port of preparation, refreshment and rest for these long Atlantic voyages.
Visiting Amarilla Mountain means venturing into one of the Island's most unusual landscapes. You will marvel at the impossible shapes that the waves have carved into the yellow rocks on the mountain, which has been declared a Natural Monument because of its extraordinary beauty.
The waters here are so clear you will be sorry not to have a pair of goggles with you to do some snorkelling or even take a dive. You are likely to see groups of divers and clubs dipping under the waves here.
Next to the Mana Nui beach bar, there is a spot that has been made into a sunbathing area with easy access to the shore down a set of steps.