Cabildo confirms works to connect San Blas with Los Abrigos

Photo: Granadilla Ayuntamiento.

Tenerife Tourism chief Alberto Bernabé recently visited the municipalities of San Miguel and Granadilla to explain to residents the works that will provide a new connection between San Blas and Los Abrigos. Bernabé said that the project involves a wooden footpath with footbridges to cross two barrancos as well as five seating zones with shaded areas, viewpoints, and a plaza-mirador in front of Los Abrigos beach. The contract has been awarded to Señalizaciones Villar at an estimated cost of over €1.2m, and works will be carried out in six phases to allow the existing path to continue to be used.


  1. Can’t agree with Helen at all……the trail is treacherous and this is a much-needed upgrade to the lovely harbour at low abrigos

  2. Work on the new pathway progresses slowly.
    The dangerous steep climb in the middle has gone and a new zig zag has been started, much safer. Two weeks ago two bridges were put in place one at each end of the pathway.
    When completed it will be a real asset.

  3. I think it’s a brilliant step forward. We used to walk that route 4 times a day to school and back but it’s dangerous as it is.

  4. I agree with everything Helen Ball has had to say. They will spoil the area by over sanatising it.

  5. This sounds a lovely idea, but is it really necessary when there is already a path of sorts which is easily followed. I think the money would be better spent improving Los Abrigos as it is approached from the El Medano road. The unfinished grey apartment block makes the whole area looked unkept – such a shame for a depressing first view of what is really an attractive area spoilt by the approach.

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