You may find that Cove Bay may resemble a coconut plantation, as an entire coconut grove stands boldly on the cliffside of the sea; a truly authentic feature of this area. The exposed, windblown trees situated at Cove Bay bow permanently towards the north-west of the island. As you walk across the undulating cliff face it’s easy to note the irregularity of the landscape, created by thousands of years of crashing waves. Just across the basin, the rock face appears to take on a chalky disposition and is shrouded in large sections of green shrubbery. To the top of this cliff-face, there is a rocky peak which stands at an elevation of just over 300 feet called Pico Teneriffe. Legend has it that this pinnacle allegedly achieved its name by being the first point of land directly northeast of Spain’s island, Tenerife.