This is quoted to be Canary Islands' most beautiful anchorage. Waves crashed on the reefs on both sides of the entrance to the anchorage where golden sand beaches welcomed us to the Canaries.
The islands here are fairly barren with an obvious geologically volcanic landscape which makes for great hiking and biking.
Jordan made the strenuous hike up 1 of the calderas but I decided to stay on the quiet beach. He said the hike was difficult as the volcanic rocks were constantly slipping underfoot.
View down to Sea Turtle from above
Descending the backside, he hiked over to the rugged west shore where the prevailing winds assault the craggy cliffs. There he discovered a blowhole. While looking down at the waves, a couple good ones gave him a dangerous close-up encounter, leaving him refreshingly wet! Check out YouTube for video (https://youtu.be/lCZ15HtTyuo).
The next day, we took the dinghy around to the small sleepy village port, Caleta del Sebo. A labyrinth of sandy streets separate the all-white, low rise buildings accented with mostly blue. Daytrippers were coming and going on ferries that cross from the further south big Island of Lanzarote.
Even a white dog!
Sleepy Caleta del Sebo