Together with the beaches of Troya I and II, this boasts the longest tourist tradition in southern Tenerife. Whether you are looking to spend a restful day sunbathing on a deck chair or an action-packed day of water activities, this beach has all the ingredients to make you feel completely at ease. This volcanic beach is located in a very central point, just ten minutes' walk from the bus station. It features all the amenities you might expect of an urban beach, with large hotel establishments nearby. It is always advisable to take a stroll along the promenade where you will find plenty of restaurants, bars, shops, grocery stores, rest areas, parking facilities and a nearby taxi rank. Useful information: Location: Adeje. Length: 130 m (425 ft). Width: 50 m (165 ft). Composition: Sand. Means of access: On foot (easy) or by car. Disabled access: No. Type of beach: Urban. Amenities: Foot showers, showers, waste bins, municipal cleaning service, public phones, bars and restaurants, as well as sun loungers and parasols for hire. Parking facilities: No. Bus service: Inter-city, a twenty-minute walk from the station. Coordinates: 28° 04' 19,060'' N 16° 43' 58.60'' W. UTM coordinates: X: 329 711.36 Y: 3 106 386.01 H:28.