La Esmeralda forest is characterized by its tranquility and by its extensive beach of fine white sands that is set in a wild landscape, surrounded by dunes, forests and the Atlantic Ocean.
The beach is ideal to enjoy as a family or in solitude to meditate or contemplate nature in its maximum serenity.
During the summer months, the beach has a lifeguard service and sports activities are also done.
The more adventurous ones are encouraged to take a walk along the beach of about 7 kilometers, to the southwest, to the adjacent resort of Vuelta del Palmar or also known by locals as Los Moros, where the remains of "El Cocal", a ship stranded in 1969, lie.
Sport fishing is also practiced in the authorized areas.