Gran Canaria

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It is one of the most important town beaches in the Canary Islands. The temperature is usually pleasant all year round. It is a long beach with a natural barrier reef about 200 metres from the shore, which protects it from the tides, and it is equipped for many types of water sports. It also has a large promenade full of services like terraces and cafés next to the sea.

Type of beach

  • Seafront promenade:
  • Composition: Sand
  • Type of sand: Golden
  • Conditions: Calm waters
  • Mooring berths:
  • Vegetation:
  • Protected space:


  • Length: 2250 (m)
  • Width: 50 (m)
  • Occupancy rate: High
  • Degree of urban development: Urban

  • Marina: Alcaravaneras
  • Distance to beach: 2,5 km.


  • Sunshade rental
  • Sun lounger rental
  • Water craft rental
  • Toilets
  • Tourist office
  • Litter bin
  • Cleaning service
  • Children's play area
  • Scuba diving area

Accesses and safety

  • Marina: Alcaravaneras
  • Distance to beach: 2,5 km.


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