Just beyond San Andrés you will find Teresitas Beach one of the first man made beaches on the island, the sand was imported from the Sahar
The road straight on past Teresitas beach continues on for another 6 kilometres and brings you to Igueste de San Andrés , where the road ends.
It is a little village at the foot of the Mercedes Mountains,it is made up of paths through the houses,you have to park and walk, the village was once only accessible via boat and they had to be self-sufficient, they still are today, there are allotments growing all kinds of fruit and vegetables.You will also find a stream running alongside the road fed from the mountains and even more surprising is that there are numerous ducks living quite happily there.
The beach is a pebble beach, there is a cafe but it's not always open, plenty of coastal foot paths to explore.
All in all it is well worth the drive, it's a rugged coast line but that adds to the character of the place.