Bathing at Las Teresitas “not advised” as warm weather brings jellyfish to popular beach

Anyone thinking of a weekend getaway to Las Teresitas, Tenerife’s popular pretty crescent-shaped white sand beach at San Andres, just north of Santa Cruz, will need to reconsider after the authorities advised bathers to avoid it yesterday due to jellyfish. The beach was not actually closed to the public, but with some 24 people suffering stings yesterday, advice was officially issued to avoid it, and policía local officers together with paramedics and Protección Civil volunteers were on hand to deal with incidents. The situation will be analysed again today to see if other measures need to be adopted.

 

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