Specifically, the beach is found in a prime location, untouched and secluded from the hustle and bustle. It is right next to the small village of Benijo, which gives its name to the beach, and close to the Roques de Anaga, which are visible from the beach itself.
You can get there by taking the road leading to Taganana, the TF-134, and via bus line 246. Once there, there is parking for around 50 vehicles, and there are paths laid out to the beach.
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