The Tebeto beach in Fuerteventura is a beautiful place full of contrasts and very exotic.
How is the Tebeto beach?
Tebeto beach is much appreciated by local people, also some summer camp in small shops, not very wide but very comfortable with gray areas along the cliff, has a small and narrow ravine introduces enough to land forming a small area of vegetation in small ponds, the sand is golden, safe for swimming by having a large swath of shallow, children can have so much fun playing with the waves, but remember it’s North Sea and should not rely on their current, remember that there are no lifeguards.
Where is the Tebeto beach in Fuerteventura?
Tebeto Beach is located on the west coast of Fuerteventura, the best way is head first to the town of Esmeralda for FV10, on arrival you’ll enter the village, passing the square is a right curve and then a small slope in this area you must turn left and go through some small streets, it is easy to get confused, we finally found one paved road out of town and ends shortly after moving to a dirt track junction, turn right and follow this track about 5 km to the sea, to lean to the side cliff, the beach access is difficult, you must find a narrow path running down the ravine, there are cars from people who know the beach and often park along the access.
Services offered by the Tebeto beach
This beach has no services, is located in an unpopulated area, quiet and tranquil, just find some trash bins at the entrance and a plaza for parking, the nearest town where you can find some services is Tindaya 6 km, you will find a small shop in town to buy what you need in case you want to spend the day at the beach.
On this beach you can find brackish water sources.