This beach is located at the tip of the northern part of the island, near the Anaga mountains. Its uniqueness lies in the fact that two rock formations emerge from the ocean: Roque Benijo and Roque La Rapadura. This place is one of the much quieter places, less visited by tourists: in summer, the number of visitors can be considered average, and in winter – very small. As a result, its natural charm has been preserved. Therefore, it is a great option for those looking for wild beaches. The only problem is the road to Playa de Benijo. To do this, it is necessary to travel the Anaga mountain range, which by the way is very charming.