The beach is protected by a natural, C-shaped reef, and stone structures built by locals afford shelter from the strong air currents that occasionally batter the coast. These walls are formed from volcanic stone and are highly resistant.
La Concha stretches from the left side over to a series of inlets better known as Los Lagos. The beach is perfect for weekend trips and family outings with small children.
It has ample parking space – fifty metres across – for visitors who come by car or coach, and offers facilities such as showers, bathrooms, disabled access and a lifeguard service. You can bring your own provisions or visit Bar Torino, the restaurant at the bottom of the beach, for a fabulous meal with sea views.