It constitutes an enormous coastline of golden sand, protected by the Massif of Jandía from the strong northerly winds.
Due to the tranquility and cleanliness of its waters, it has exceptional qualities both for bathing and for basking in the sun, also offering the opportunity to do a multitude of water sports, including diving, catamaran sailing, boat trips or windsurfing.
In the upper part of the beach, a peculiar salt marsh ecosystem develops where plant species are adapted to periodic flooding from the sea. Due to the importance of this community, the area has been declared a Site of Scientific Interest by the Canarian Law of Natural Spaces.
Being located in front of the Solana Matorral urbanization, it enjoys various services such as hammocks with umbrellas and there are many nearby restaurants.