A wonderful swimming spot, especially for families.
Natural ocean-fed pools in the island's northeast.
The peculiar patterns of erosion in this part of the island's northeast has given rise to a trio of natural pools, refreshed by the Atlantic and protected by the mountains of the Anaga range, that are fabulous for swimming. On one side, the Bajamar Lighthouse; the small beach with the dike beyond, and at the other end, the open sea. Depending on ocean conditions, the pools may not always be open, but they usually are, and are a marvelous place to spend a chunk of the day, or all of it (it's an especially great option for families). Another part of its charm lies in its surroundings, including the lovely promenade which connects this park with Punta del Hidalgo.