Cabo Blanco is located 7 kilometers approximately from the municipal capital, reaching an average altitude of 250 masl.1

It is formed by the nuclei of Cabo Blanco, Morro de los Gatos and Los Toscales.

It has the Cabo Blanco Primary and Secondary Education Center, with the Cabo Blanco Secondary Education Institute, with a health center, a parish church dedicated to San Martín de Porres, a municipal tannery, a civic center, several playgrounds, squares And public parks, with several banks, a pharmacy, sports courts, an insular canarian fishing ground, with the municipal football field José Antonio Fumero, as well as small shops, bars and restaurants.

Its landscape includes the geological formations of the Roque Igara or Hígara, a Salic dome, and the Chijafe Mountain, which is part of the remains of the old massif of Adeje.