The beach is almost a kilometre long, with black sand and moderate waves. It is a wild beach, which is relatively secluded and lacking in services. Much of its charm is in its location, at the foot of the cliffs in an impressive natural environment.
It’s popular among nudists, although it is a mixed beach. It is also highly regarded among bodyboarders.
It doesn’t have parking nearby, therefore you’ll need to leave your car near Playa del Bollullo. You can access Playa de Los Patos via a small trail which descends the cliffs behind the beach.
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