It is an urban beach, very popular in the Tenerife area, and receives a large number of visitors who enjoy strolling along the sand and the promenade.
Playa Jardín is a beach complex made up of three beaches, Punta Brava, Playa del Charcón and Playa del Castillo, located in the north of Tenerife.
With its 700 metres of extension, you are sure to always find a place to lie down and enjoy the sun and the sea breeze.
It is protected by breakwaters for a calm swell, ideal for visiting with the family, children and spending a carefree day. In addition, the wind is very gentle.
It has a high occupancy rate almost all year round.
Municipality: Puerto de la Cruz
A large part of its popularity is due to the fact that it is located on the coast of Puerto de la Cruz, one of the most touristy places in Tenerife.
The theme park “Loro Parque” is very close by, which means that more people come to visit it.
It is one of the beaches in Tenerife that offers the most services, and its proximity to Loro Parque makes it a favourite place to take a dip.
- Children’s playground
- Beach bars
- Surveillance points
- Sports area
- Lifeguard points
- Tourist information points
It also has a surfing area that is not protected by the breakwater, where the waves are higher, so you must be careful not to go near these areas.
The sand is black and coarse but very pleasant. Its colour is due to volcanic action, but it is still a great beach for relaxing, diving and sunbathing.
From the beach you have a good view of the Teide Volcano.
It has been awarded the Blue Flag, which means that its waters are safe for diving.
It also indicates that it offers all the necessary services for bathers.
In short, it is a suitable beach in terms of the environment and tourist development.
It has ramps and accesses for people with reduced mobility.
The promenade that runs along the beach offers green areas with gardens and beautiful vegetation.
It was designed by the artist César Manrique, who in the 1990s designed a paradisiacal place with beautiful gardens, endemic plants, waterfalls and small rock caves.
His project came to fruition and today it is a reality that is available for everyone to enjoy.
Come to this area illuminated by colourful flowers, palm trees and a warm and refreshing breeze.
Hotels and Restaurants
The place is surrounded by hotels and restaurants open almost all day long.
You will find delicious food belonging to the Canarian gastronomy, but they also offer international dishes and a variety of flavours for all tastes.
You can hang out in one of the cafés, terraces overlooking the beaches or in one of the gazebos where musical performances are held.
There are also many shops and establishments that sell everything you need for your day at the beach.
How to get there
You can get there by car via the Tenerife Norte motorway, heading towards Puerto de la Cruz.
There are many streets nearby where you can park, and you will also find some parking spaces available on the seafront promenade.
You can get there by public transport on route 381, which stops right in front of the beach.