We completely missed last month’s photo challenge, so we’ll make up for it by posting two in November.

The first is of a small coastal village on Tenerife that is home to about 300 inhabitants. Its numbers are boosted significantly in summer months as people from hillside areas with holiday apartments in the village descend on the place.

This photo wasn’t taken in summer which is why the neat, cobbled sunbathing decks are empty of people…even though the temperature would have had British visitors stripping off deliriously.

It’s small bay provides natural shelter for a small fleet of fishing boats and it’s claimed that the town is named after a crab that is common to the area…but where on Tenerife is it?

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