Judging by the graffiti around the gate and around the beach, it seems that this property has been sold and is now private. So in a few years, there'll probably be a big, fancy-shmancy hotel development on this lovely, quiet bit of coast that is otherwise far away from the tourists.
Our second stop was Playa de las Teresitas, probably one of the more famous beaches of the island, which we'd never visited on our previous trips. It's a really big beach with white sand shipped in from the Sahara. We were pleasantly surprised: it was well-frequented but not too crowded, pretty quiet, and the kids had a great time.