To reach this tranquil, secluded beach, around four kilometres from Pájara going south, you need to take a dirt track that leads to a large parking area. The nearest town is Ajuy, which is twenty minutes’ drive away, and there are no facilities or buildings, so you are advised to bring provisions. The beach’s all-round jungle vibe, powerful winds and strong waves make swimming difficult but not impossible; care must be taken, and you are advised to limit yourself to taking a dip near the shore.
La Solapa is the perfect place to switch off from the world and forget that it even exists; here, you can practise nudism, go for walks, and take photos of the majestic landscape. It is worth staying until sundown to enjoy the gorgeous display; one of those unforgettable natural spectacles that are few and far between, where colours changing from red through orange and yellow envelop the beach and bounce off the rocks, creating light effects that will take your breath away.