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A small beach with a huge amount of car park space. The village has about 8 untidy and unappealing bars selling dubious food and a small supermarket, certainly not worth a visit, we rented a villa here for 2 weeks which was good for visiting...More
This is a lovely beach, quiet and easily accessed. There are sun loungers and parasols available at 2.5 euros each.....very good value, but also plenty of space to use your own. There are a couple of bars at the back of the beach which are...More
This picturesque village is a must-see for urban eplorers staying at Tenerife. The village consists of two parts, both of wich offering some abandoned areas. The northern part is the former leper colony, built in monumental style typical for the Franco-era. The middle part, next...More
Abades is an unassuming little town on the east coast just off the TF1. Once a leper colony, the old buildings stand on the hill above the town. The town centre is small and right by the sea - a few restaurants, a couple of...More
We came here to explore the empty lepers hospital that towers above the town and were not disappointed. While the empty buildings themselves have been made largely secure and lack the ruinous appearance of some abandoned places the sheer vastness of the complex, with dozens...More
A lovely unspoilt beach, not very busy so no one sitting on your towel, pretty bay with a nice breeze. We didn't know anything about the leper buildings until we got back so didn't walk to them-a bit of history there.
We visited 3 times...More