This is a big rock that look like a hand with a finger pointing at the sky. That's why it's called God's Finger. Last year a hurricane or something like that (I'm not sure) make it change its forms. Canary people called it God's Stump now, just joking. I think is very dificult to see, but well, there it is :)
It was tropical storm "Delta" that broke it. The coastline is still impressive, though. I love the drive from Agaete to La Aldea - best done with many stops to be "amazed" at the whole thing, in my opinion. :)
You can also eat, bathe in the pebble beach or take a ferry to Tenerife from Agaete. The nearby "valley of Agaete" is also very nice. Coffee and tropical fruit such as avocados are still grown in it in a traditional manner.