The famous beach in the north of the island along with the area dedicated to the Agaete pier, which is visible on the webcam.
The crystal clear waters along the northeast coast preserve unique marine life, ideal for diving. The region’s rock formations are of incredible beauty, including a prominent monolith known as the “Finger of God.” Despite erosion and destruction, this monolith still impresses with its majestic form.
These waters are rich in a variety of marine life, including fresh fish from the northern regions. Among the interesting types of fish here you can find salem, samosa, sardines, octopus, limpets, seifia and much more. Traditional fishing scenes include artisans with pots and nets. Women weaving nets on the pebble beach and sailors drying their catch add to the atmosphere of maritime culture.