Charco de La Laja: a natural treasure to enjoy in Tenerife

This small volcanic paradise is one of the most beautiful places on the coast of San Juan de la Rambla. With transparent and calm waters, Charco de La Laja is an ideal place to connect with nature in a unique environment.

The island of Tenerife contains a wide variety of natural treasures. Its splendid hotel offer and an enviable climate throughout the year have made it one of the favorite tourist destinations in Europe.

Where is the Charco de La Laja?

The Charco de La Laja appears almost by surprise at the end of one of the streets in the center of San Juan de la Rambla. There, from the viewpoint that bears the same name, it already impresses. You can hardly hold back the desire to go down the stairs, jump into its crystal clear waters and swim with your eyes on the Atlantic Ocean.

To get there you must cross a path that runs along the coast. In addition, once you park your car in one of the streets close to its access, you have to go down some stairs until you reach the puddle and the area set up to lie down and sunbathe.

Although the waves are generally calm, you should be careful because sometimes it can be strong. It is also advisable to bring drinks and food because once you go down, there is nowhere to buy anything, unless you want to go back up the stairs.

In addition, not far from there, in the heart of Puerto de la Cruz, is the most famous artificial lake in Tenerife, the Martiánez pools, the perfect place to intersperse a refreshing bath with a good ice cream, lying in one of its hundreds of hammocks.

More natural pools and pools in Tenerife

El Charco del Viento is a unique environment created from ancient volcanic eruptions that reached the sea and cooled very quickly. The result is a small natural bay formed by two lava arms that protect the waters from the strong waves in the area. Located in the neighborhood of Santa Catalina, La Guancha, it is a place very frequented by residents of the municipality and tourists, due to its great beauty and uniqueness.

Las Jaquitas, natural pools of volcanic origin, are one of the most appreciated by the residents of the municipality of Guía de Isora. The coastal area known as La Jaquita, in the town of Alcalá (Guía de Isora), is located just below one of the most luxurious hotels on the Island, the Gran Meliá Palacio de Isora. The sunsets with the island of La Gomera in the background are spectacular.

Punta del Hidalgo, without a doubt, is one of the most visited and characteristic places on the coast of San Cristóbal de La Laguna. The natural pools have the distinction of Blue Flag, which guarantees an excellent state of the waters and quality of services. The seawater pools are perfectly equipped for bathing, have surveillance, showers and access adapted for people with reduced mobility.

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