Cofete is considered one of the most impressive natural monuments of the Canary Islands. A large arc opens up to windward on the Jandía peninsula, giving rise to an impressive inlet, related to the greater erosive intensity of the island. It is also home to one of the wildest beaches with the least urban development, 12 km long.

The wide coastline completes this natural set with an extensive beach, 12 km long and with a width of 50 m, which is only interrupted by the Islet of Cofete, from which the environment takes its name. The difficult access, which is only possible through an unpaved road, makes this enclave in an impressive virgin state with a high landscape value. The beach has fine golden sand, is windy and has strong waves, so extreme caution should be taken when bathing.