Jurado Beach

Also known as Playa de la Peña Horadada, it owes its name to the large stone arch on its coastline. The Barranco de La Peña flows into it, which rises to Betancuria.
It was very important in prehistoric times as a border between the two aboriginal kingdoms. The Barranco de la Peña was the western border between the kingdoms of Ayose and Guise, which from here connected with the Barranco de La Torre, at the eastern end.