From La Isleta we can also go East, towards Las Negras. As soon as we get away from the village through the fishermen’s boats, we can admire the promontory barely connected to the land that names the village. The seagulls fly playfully on the airflow and the Frailes’ mountains are the perfect background.
On the way, we pass through Los Toros’ cove where a little pine forest surprises in the driest weather of Europe. In the background, we can see the Amatistas’ viewpoint under which we can see the amethyst (amatista in Spanish), the amazing rose quartz. We continue to El Carnaje, a beach with lava “bowls” surrounded by the sea. At the back, La Polacra or dark stone and above Los Lobos’ hill. From that point begins La Polacra Reserve and we overlap with Las Negras and volcanoes’ itinerary until we arrive at El Playazo.