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PR TF 06.2 Roque de Las Bodegas - Almáciga - Benijo - El Draguillo

PR-TF 06.2


PR TF 06.2 Playa del Roque de Las Bodegas - El Draguillo
PR TF 06.2 Playa del Roque de Las Bodegas - El Draguillo
PR TF 06.2 Playa del Roque de Las Bodegas - El Draguillo

Difficulty: Low


This trail runs through a spectacular natural coastal area of great beauty located on the north coast of Tenerife. 

It starts in Roque de las Bodegas, a small village overlooking the beach of the same name. The route heads east from there, crossing several fields in the direction of Almáciga beach, a paradise for surfing enthusiasts. 

Keep walking until you reach Benijo beach, which you can see in all its splendour from the Playa de Benijo viewpoint. 

Continue along the route until you reach El Draguillo, so called because several dragon trees (“dragos”) grow there. From here you can enjoy magnificent views of the north coast of the Anaga Massif and then return along the same route.


  • Always stay on the marked trail and do not enter private property, hunting grounds, water galleries, wells or caves.
  • Pay special attention when crossing or walking along trails used by bicycles, horses or motor vehicles and when walking in ravines with water courses.
  • Avoid direct encounters with potentially dangerous animals, such as livestock, beehives, and dogs. 
  • Proceed with caution and watch for obstacles, loose rocks, uneven terrain or steep slopes to avoid accidents and falls. 
  • Check out our guide to hiking in Tenerife and, if necessary, contact the emergency services by calling 112.


Recommendations and tips


Free access for all visitors, no reservation required.

More information

Technical information sheet

Route information

Walking route

Tenerife ON


4,44 km

1 h 40 m

363,61 m

191,22 m

One way with fitness level 3/5

  • Altitude gain:363,61 m

  • Altitude loss:191,22 m

  • Maximum altitude:181,90 m

  • Minimum altitude:1,55 m


Route code

PR-TF 06.2

Posts and signs displaying the PR code and yellow and white marks.


Route map and profile

Elevation profile


Low *MIDE safe mountain criteria

  • Maximum altitude:181,90 m

  • Minimum altitude:1,55 m

Connections with other routes

How to get to route start point

Roque de las Bodegas beach, Carretera de Almáciga (TF-134), km 12.

Bus number 946, Las Bajas bus stop code 1539. TITSA

Limited parking spaces in the hamlet.

How to get to route end point

El Draguillo.

El Draguillo, only accessible on foot.

El Draguillo, only accessible on foot.

Municipalities passed through

  • Santa Cruz de Tenerife

Protected Areas


Parque Rural de Anaga

The Anaga Rural Park, which occupies 7% of the island and is part of the Anaga Biosphere Reserve, was one of the first landmasses to emerge from the seabed when the island of Tenerife began to ...

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Parque Rural de Anaga


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19ºC Minimum



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22ºC Maximum

19ºC Minimum

Places of interest

These are some of the points of interest you can find along this route.

Unique building

Chapel of Nuestra Señora de Begoña

Our Lady of Begoña is the patron saint of Almáciga and one of the most venerated images in the...


Benijo Beach

A wild beach surrounded by nature and with spectacular views of the Roques de Anaga. It is 300...


Roque de las Bodegas

Small enclave of Taganana with a popular pebble beach, famous for the large rocky outcrop that...


Barranco de Benijo

Ravine that starts at Roque de Anambro and ends at the famous Benijo Beach.


Almáciga Beach

With fine black sand in a rocky setting, this unspoilt beach stretches for 300 metres and is 35...



Hamlet founded on the site of a Guanche settlement, famous for its proximity to Benijo Beach,...



Small hamlet with a long agricultural tradition with its small chapel dedicated to Our Lady of...