La fajana a 100 canarian beach

One of the most charming beaches in the area is the beach of La Fajana, a coastline that perfectly contrasts the traditional black sand beach with the beauty of a green yet arid nature, something that many beaches in the Canary Islands have become accustomed to.

It is a rustic beach where you can lie on sand of an intermediate thickness (not too fine, not too pebbly), take a swim in the clean and crystalline waters of the Atlantic or simply stroll around the area. La Fajana is not usually too busy, so it is a perfect place if you want to spend a few days on holiday with some privacy.

This beautiful natural spot has not been spoilt by the exploitation of the third sector, so the beach is a perfect natural environment to get away and disconnect from everyday life. In the surroundings of La Fajana you will find, for example, small abandoned wooden huts that have stood the test of time, as well as a large number of plant species such as cacti, which are difficult to find in the surroundings of the beaches of the mainland and the Mediterranean.

At 200 metres long and 50 metres wide, this beach is just one of the many that are formed on the cliffy coast of Garafía, in the Canary Islands, where many coves appear and disappear according to the marine dynamics, which is why they are normally more accessible in summer.

We recommend that you visit them if you have the chance, as in addition to enjoying their beauty you will have the sensation of discovering new virgin beaches at every turn. Some of them are El Callejoncito, El Mudo, Buracas, Bujarén, Lomada Grande and La Fajana beach itself, among others.

But be careful when you enter the water, this beach is also known for its strong waves!

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