The golden-hued dunes amidst a shimmering sea are like a dream in Maspalomas.
Located in San Bartolomé de Tirajana, this beach is popular with tourists as it boasts lush green landscapes: el Palmeral, la Charca...
For the travellers who really enjoy fun in the sun, la playa del Inglés is the place to visit.
Located on the other side of Maspalomas, this beach is a popular destination among tourists from all over the world as a great place for sailing, surfing and kitesurfing.
Located in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, travellers are in for a treat: More than 2,250 metres of soft, golden sand.
This beach will have visitors in awe from the sparkling blue ocean. Playa de las Canteras is great for all, as the area features services, making it optimal for families to fully enjoy the calm waters for swimming or snorkelling.
La Tufia is magical for the high tide coming in makes the area disappear from sight.
This gem of a beach is popular with fishermen and is a gem in the south-eastern town of Telde. Visitors who venture to this area are sure to enjoy the views and friendly atmosphere.
Arcuas is a small beach, which was once used as a port. The picturesque beach combines dark sands, and lovely rocks with a glimmer of the sea.
A great holiday plan on In El Puertillo consists of a dip in the water, riding waves with the surfboard and then taking a stroll.
Güi Güi, or Guguy, is a peaceful natural environment where the surrounding mountains reveal an almost untouched area.
It requires a 2 hour walk, but the peace and silence felt at this beach make it a great destination to visit.
There are no services in the area, so packing food and beverage for the day is recommended.