La Escalera Beach is 600 metres long and is perfectly placed on the northwestern coast of the Canary Islands. Getting to the beach is difficult, as it is only reachable via dirt track.
The best way to get here is in an off-road vehicle that can handle uneven terrain. At the end of the gravel track, there is space for parking.
To reach the beach itself, you will have to take on a very steep flight of steps, or escalera, which gives the beach its name. The numerous cliffs and other rock formations merely enhance the area’s natural beauty.
The golden sand here borders crystal-clear waters with strong waves. The beach is a favourite among naturists at low tide, although the deserted, remote setting means there are no facilities or restaurants here.