Playa de la Enramada - A black pebbled beach with a lot of space and an enjoyable atmospherePlaya de la Enramada is situated between La Caleta and Costa Adeje and is a black pebble beach about 500 metres in length, bordered by cliffs. Almost half of the beach has a promenade which runs alongside a hotel complex. On the other half there is a footpath where it is pleasant to walk or cycle along the beach. The pebbles are pleasant to lie on and there is always plenty of space, although guests from the hotels, as well as the locals at the weekends, like to come here and swim.
A highlight is the beach bar Coqueluche. Here there is tasty food, delicious drinks, an enjoyable atmosphere, music and also plenty of loungers and parasols. Often there is a spectacular scene here when the paragliding schools use the area in front of the bar to land on. From here you also have a fantastic view of the neighbouring Island of La Gomera. The wonderful sunset is best seen from the viewing point at the eastern end of the beach.
The continuous beach promenade starts here at Playa Enramada and from here you can walk the seven-kilometre long route to Los Cristianos almost entirely along the shore, passing the beaches of Costa Adeje and Las Américas.