The beach is adorned with low cliffs and, like other beaches in the region, wave swell remains strong year-round. These waves have a direct impact on the topography of the beach.
It may look semi-urban, but accessing the beach is not easy. You can reach it by car, and must then carefully climb down the rocks. Its dark sand, dotted with black stones, melds with its brilliant blue sea.
Del Valle beach is 200 metres long and around 50 metres wide. There is no parking, restaurants, bars, or other services such as showers, disabled access ramps, toilets, or facilities for the purchase or hire of equipment.
Visitors to the beach must bring food and drink and anything else they will need during their trip. Some bins and footbaths are provided. You are strongly advised to wear slip-proof shoes that can be worn in the water.