| To travel is to find beauty: experiences for unexpected-angle lovers
Secluded, wild, with black sand: the archipelago possesses beaches of mystical beauty, ideal for those who wish to dive into the deep sea and gather energy from the ocean to find themselves.
Located not far from the port of Agaete, inside a canyon, amidst cliffs and volcanic landscapes, Guayedra beach in Gran Canaria is characterised by the famous inlet that divides the shoreline, leading to the most unique sunsets.
The Cala de Tacorón on the island of El Hierro is a small inlet on the Las Calmas sea, where the bluish hue of the sea mixes with the red of the lava soil to create a wonderful ochre effect.
Mountains, paths and landscapes formed from lava many years ago. The beach of Nogales encapsulates the essence of the island of La Palma. Situated in the northern resort of Puntallana, it is surrounded by wild nature and protected by the cliffs overlooking the Atlantic.
Finally, on the northern coast of Fuerteventura, Esquinzo Beach, protected by three large sandy mountains sculpted by the wind, is distinguished by its volcanic blackness that mingles with the golden sand and the deep blue of the ocean.