This volcanic spot rises up to a considerable height above sea level. Its natural wealth adds to the significant fact that many birds have chosen to take refuge there, including Bulwer's shearwaters, which nest in its inaccessible crags.
Municipality: Adeje and Guía de Isora
Expanse: 24.1 hectares (59.5 acres)
How to get there:
This cliff is on the coast, and the best way to see it is from the sea. If you plan on going by land, take the TF-47 that passes Playa San Juan. From the town, drive towards Santa Cruz. Between kilometre 6 and 8 you will see a series of trails branching off towards the sea, leading you closer to the highest point of the cliff.