Beach destinations. Canary Coast

In the Canary Islands you can enjoy the beach all year round.

It is one of the most popular beach destinations due to its mild climate, which is practically constant throughout the year. La Palma, El Hierro, La Gomera, Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura and Lanzarote are the most important islands and constitute a truly privileged natural environment. Hundreds of beaches, hundreds of options for a good time.

Las Canteras

Las Canteras

Las Canteras beach in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is a sandy beach of 2250 metres in length. The beach has basic services such as disabled access, toilets and parking.See more
El Cofete

El Cofete

El Cofete beach in P√°jara is a sandy beach of 13700 metres in length.See more
Troya

Troya

It is an extensive beach in the municipality of Arona, in one of the tourist areas par excellence of the island of Tenerife.See more
Las Cucharas

Las Cucharas

Las Cucharas beach, located in Teguise, is a 640-metre long sandy beach separated by several breakwaters.See more
Matagorda

Matagorda

Matagorda beach, located in Tías, is a sandy beach of 840 metres in length.See more
Los Pocillos

Los Pocillos

Los Pocillos beach, located in Tías, is a sandy beach of 1230 metres in length. The beach has basic services such as disabled access and parking.See more
Blanca (Grande)

Blanca (Grande)

Blanca beach, located in Tías, is a sandy beach of 1190 metres in length. The beach has basic services such as disabled access, toilets and parking.See more
Pila de la Barrilla (Playa Chica)

Pila de la Barrilla (Playa Chica)

Pila de la Barrilla beach, located in Tías, is a sandy and rocky beach 90 metres long.See more
El Médano

El Médano

The beach is equipped with all kinds of services, a promenade and anchoring area. It is quite popular with the public.See more
La Jaquita

La Jaquita

A small beach of golden sand that offers visitors a good level of services and a certain degree of tranquillity.See more
San Juan

San Juan

Large beach adjacent to the port and sheltered by the quay, which means that many boats can be seen here.See more
Arenisco

Arenisco

Beach with a promenade, a good level of services and all kinds of restaurants and bars in the vicinity.See more
El Socorro

El Socorro

A beautiful beach, very popular with bathers, with a promenade and car park. It has a strong swell.See more
San Telmo

San Telmo

This beach is a small cove located on the Paseo de San Telmo, between volcanic rocks. Small puddles form between the rocks at low tide.See more
Playa Jardín (Playa San Felipe)

Playa Jardín (Playa San Felipe)

A beautiful beach of black sand. It offers an excellent level of services that make this beach very popular with the public.See more
Amadores

Amadores

Amadores beach in Mog√°n is a sandy beach 488 metres long, with numerous bazaars and restaurants.See more
Mog√°n

Mog√°n

It is an urban beach with numerous restaurant services.See more
El Confital

El Confital

El Confital beach in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is a 180-metre long beach made up of sand and rocks.See more
Los Guíos (Argel)

Los Guíos (Argel)

It is famous for the cliff that surrounds it with walls of over 300 m and a marina with all kinds of boats.See more
La Arena

La Arena

It is the tourist centre of the municipality with a good level of services.See more
Punta del Faro

Punta del Faro

The area has small natural pools that fill up with the tides. In the event of strong waves, it is advisable not to bathe in this beach as, as it is rocky, any blow from the sea can be dangerous. It has a very transparent seabed for swimming.See more
Caletón de San Marcial

Caletón de San Marcial

Caletón de San Marcial beach, located in Yaiza, is a 35-metre long beach of sand and rock.See more
El Bollullo

El Bollullo

It is a beach in a very pleasant setting which can be reached on foot along a path from the nearby car park. Caution when bathing due to the strong waves.See more
Playa del Valle (Aguas Verdes)

Playa del Valle (Aguas Verdes)

Dark sandy beach, with strong waves in a semi-urbanised area.See more
Caletón de los Cangrejos

Caletón de los Cangrejos

Located in an unspoilt and isolated area, accessible only on foot, these are small natural pools that fill up with the tides. Made up of cliffs, it is a windy beach with strong waves.See more
Caletón del Cobre

Caletón del Cobre

Caletón del Cobre beach, located in Yaiza, is a 52-metre long beach of sand and rocks.See more
El Roque

El Roque

It is a beach that is unsuitable for bathing, as it is very rocky and has a strong swell.See more
Punta Galdar

Punta Galdar

It is a beach of cliffs, windy and with strong waves, which lacks services.See more
Mujeres (Calera)

Mujeres (Calera)

Mujeres beach, located in Yaiza, is a sandy beach 395 metres long.See more
Cho Vito

Cho Vito

It is a small beach of pebbles and gravel with moderate waves.See more
Caleta de Abajo

Caleta de Abajo

It is formed in a short inlet of this winding stretch of coastline.See more
Las Coloradas (El Afre)

Las Coloradas (El Afre)

El Afre beach, located in Yaiza, is a 410 metre long beach made up of sand, pebbles and gravel.See more
Playa Gordejuela

Playa Gordejuela

The beach is surrounded by rocks jutting out of the water, making for a pleasant landscape. It allows you to enjoy the surroundings in a peaceful atmosphere.See more
Playa del Alcalde (Playa de la Noria)

Playa del Alcalde (Playa de la Noria)

A small beach located in front of the Town Hall and the fishing port, which means that it is completely sheltered from the waves by the port breakwaters.See more
Punta del Clavo

Punta del Clavo

The high cliffs mark the coastal edge of a plateau crowded with crops, greenhouses and villages, which struggle to occupy the edge of the sea itself.See more
Dorada

Dorada

Playa Dorada, located in Yaiza, is a sandy beach 350 metres long.See more
Castro (La Fajana)

Castro (La Fajana)

Playa de Castro is a beach located in an isolated, practically virgin environment, about 200 metres long, with volcanic black sand and pebbles and calm, clean waters.See more
Playa de Punta Larga

Playa de Punta Larga

It is an urban beach of fine sand and pebbles.See more
El Agujero

El Agujero

El Agujero beach in G√°ldar is a sandy beach 150 metres long.See more
Blanca

Blanca

Blanca beach, located in Yaiza, is a sandy and rocky beach 130 metres long.See more
El Gomero

El Gomero

It is a rocky beach with a strong swell that forces bathers to take certain precautions. It has no facilities.See more
El Pozo

El Pozo

It is a small-grained cove beach located in a fishing shelter.See more
La Redonda

La Redonda

La Redonda beach in G√°ldar is a rocky beach 45 metres long.See more
Flamingo

Flamingo

Flamingo beach, located in Yaiza, is a 250 metre long sandy beach.See more
Agua Dulce

Agua Dulce

It is a small beach near the town of Los Silos, which is not very popular with bathers. There are times when there is a lot of black sand.See more
La Caleta de Arriba

La Caleta de Arriba

La Caleta de Arriba beach in G√°ldar is a 40-metre long beach of rock and pebbles.See more
La Mulata

La Mulata

La Mulata beach, located in Yaiza, is a beach of sand, gravel and pebbles, 80 metres long.See more
Charco de la Ara√Īa

Charco de la Ara√Īa

Nearby you can find some hotel facilities and a municipal swimming pool.See more
El Burrero

El Burrero

El Burrero beach, located in Ingenio, is a 500-metre long beach made up of sand and pebbles.See more
La Campana

La Campana

La Campana beach, located in Yaiza, is a 140-metre long beach made up of sand, gravel and pebbles.See more
Martianez

Martianez

It is a busy beach in Puerto de la Cruz, surrounded by a beautiful setting of natural pools. It has complete and varied services.See more
Arguineguín

Arguineguín

Arguineguín beach, located in Mogán, is a 220-metre long beach made up of sand, gravel and pebbles.See more
Monta√Īa Roja

Monta√Īa Roja

Monta√Īa Roja beach, located in Yaiza, is a sandy beach of 260 metres in length.See more
Mara√Īuela

Mara√Īuela

Mara√Īuela beach, located in Mog√°n, is a 279-metre long dark sandy beach.See more
Janubio

Janubio

The Janubio salt flats are the largest on the island of Lanzarote. Protected natural scenery.See more
El Muelle

El Muelle

A small beach located on the quays of Puerto de la Cruz. In the surrounding area you can find all kinds of hotel and catering services.See more
Costa Alegre

Costa Alegre

Small beach with an artificial breakwater. The Costa Alegre beach in Mog√°n is a 55 metre long sandy and gravel beach.See more
Monta√Īa Bermeja

Monta√Īa Bermeja

At 500 metres to the south you will find “Los Hervideros”, a place of interest where the sea breaks strongly against the rocks.See more
La Carrera

La Carrera

La Carrera beach in Mog√°n is a 40 metre long beach of sand, gravel and pebbles.See more
Charco de los Clicos

Charco de los Clicos

Charco de los Clicos beach, located in Yaiza, is a beach made up of sand and gravel, 500 metres long, with a slipway for fishing boats, separated from Charco de los Clicos beach by a rocky outcrop.See more
Las Aguas

Las Aguas

It is a rocky beach that is not very popular because of the strong waves that complicate the conditions for bathing.See more
Patalavaca

Patalavaca

Patalavaca beach in Mog√°n is a 303-metre long sandy beach, ideal for bathing, with numerous restaurant services.See more
El Golfo

El Golfo

Isolated beach of gravel and sand.See more
Los Colmenares

Los Colmenares

Isolated and quiet beach that does not offer any type of service, but on the other hand allows you to enjoy it in total tranquillity.See more
Aquamarina

Aquamarina

Aquamarina beach in Mog√°n is a 70-metre long sandy beach, suitable for bathing.See more
Paso

Paso

It is located in the Timanfaya National Park. Access by car is forbidden.See more
El Barranco

El Barranco

The beach is close to some low-rise housing estates, despite which it has a low number of visitors.See more
La Verga

La Verga

La Verga beach in Mog√°n is a 180-metre long sandy beach with numerous associated services.See more
San Blas

San Blas

It is a rocky beach with calm waters that has no facilities and is not frequented by bathers.See more
Balito

Balito

Balito beach in Mog√°n is a 220 metre long gravel and pebble beach.See more
Valleseco

Valleseco

It is a small beach located at the end of the quay of the port of Santa Cruz de Tenerife and next to the refinery.See more
Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico beach in Mogán is a 284-metre long sandy beach with numerous restaurants and cafés.See more
Las Teresitas

Las Teresitas

It is a tourist centre par excellence. It offers all kinds of facilities and a large number of hotel and catering services.See more
Las Gaviotas

Las Gaviotas

Nestled at the bottom of a mountain, this beach located very close to Santa Cruz de Tenerife offers hardly any services.See more
Tauro

Tauro

Tauro beach in Mog√°n is a 440-metre long beach made up of sand, gravel and pebbles, located at the mouth of the Tauro ravine.See more
Playa Chica

Playa Chica

It is a beach next to Playa Jardín, with black sand. It offers an excellent level of services that make this beach very popular with the public.See more
El Cura

El Cura

El Cura beach in Mog√°n is a small, quiet beach of dark sand, 193 metres long.See more
Medio Almud

Medio Almud

Medio Almud beach in Mog√°n is a beach of sand, gravel and pebbles, 87 metres long, situated at the mouth of a ravine with a pleasant semi-natural environment.See more
El Burro

El Burro

It is an isolated beach at the foot of a steep mountain. It is not equipped with infrastructures and is little visited by the public.See more
Tirita√Īa

Tirita√Īa

Small black sand beach flanked by cliffs, at the mouth of the small Tirita√Īa ravine. It has a very pleasant natural setting.See more
El Llano

El Llano

A beach close to the centre of Igueste, with dark sand, which can only be reached on foot and which does not offer any type of service.See more
Taurito

Taurito

It is a beach with moderate waves and currents that require extreme caution when bathing in rough seas. Black sand, with numerous nautical and sports facilities.See more
Fonsalia

Fonsalia

It is a beach of pebbles and fine gravel, with calm waters, located in an area of farms and banana plantations without any kind of services.See more
Antequera

Antequera

The beach is located at the foot of a mountain that forms an impressive landscape. Access is by boat.See more
Playa Chica (Los Pozos)

Playa Chica (Los Pozos)

Beach located in the town centre of Puerto del Rosario, with white sand, and equipped with services for the disabled, showers and lifeguards.See more
Veneguera

Veneguera

Veneguera beach, located in Mog√°n, is a comfortable beach for bathing, with a very pleasant natural environment and landscape.See more
Casas Blancas

Casas Blancas

It is a beach located in a very beautiful setting, with clean, crystal-clear waters. It can be reached by boat.See more
Olegario

Olegario

A small beach of sand, pebbles and gravel sheltered by a small stone breakwater.See more
Los Secos (El Cerillo)

Los Secos (El Cerillo)

Los Secos beach in Mog√°n is a 260-metre long beach of sand and gravel.See more
Roque Bermejo

Roque Bermejo

Located at the foot of an impressive cliff, this beach has crystal clear waters. Access to it is by boat.See more
El Draguillo

El Draguillo

At the foot of a cliff where the water breaks with force, this beach can only be reached by boat.See more
Benijo

Benijo

This beach is located in an impressive protected area.See more
Boca Barranco

Boca Barranco

Boca Barranco beach is a sandy beach 260 metres long.See more
Fabi√°n

Fabi√°n

The access to this beach nestled at the bottom of an impressive cliff, where the waves break strongly, is quite complicated.See more
Almaciga

Almaciga

It is a beach with strong waves, located in a protected rocky environment. It does not offer any type of equipment.See more
Roque de las Bodegas

Roque de las Bodegas

This beach is surrounded by high cliffs, within a protected area. The bathing conditions are complicated due to the waves.See more
Alcavaneras

Alcavaneras

Alcavaneras beach in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is a sandy beach of 550 metres in length.See more
Tachero

Tachero

On this beach, as on almost all beaches in the area, the swell is strong, which complicates bathing conditions. It is not very crowded.See more
San Cristóbal

San Cristóbal

San Cristobal beach in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is a 950-metre-long bowling beach.See more
Tamadite (Tamaiste)

Tamadite (Tamaiste)

Located at the bottom of a ravine, access on foot to this beach is quite difficult. The wave conditions make it necessary to be cautious when bathing.See more
El Caletón

El Caletón

A beach of pebbles, gravel and rocks, with no services. Frequented by surfers as it is located in a windy area.See more
Los Muellitos

Los Muellitos

Los Muellitos beach in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is a 70 metre long beach made up of sand and pebbles.See more
Los Verilitos (Curva de Elena)

Los Verilitos (Curva de Elena)

Golden sand beach, in a residential area of Corralejo.See more
La Cicer

La Cicer

La Cicer beach in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is a 520 metre long beach made up of sand and pins.See more
De Corralejo viejo (Playa de apartamentos Hoplaco)

De Corralejo viejo (Playa de apartamentos Hoplaco)

Beach of golden sand, in a residential area of Corralejo.See more
Boca las Castillas (Poblado El Romeral)

Boca las Castillas (Poblado El Romeral)

Boca las Castillas beach in San Bartolomé de Tirajana is a bowling beach of 1700 metres in length.See more
Corral de Espino

Corral de Espino

Corral de Espino beach in San Bartolomé de Tirajana is a sandy beach of 1450 metres in length.See more
Barranco Seco

Barranco Seco

It is a large secluded cove that can only be reached by boat or by walking along the ravine that flows into it. The surrounding environment is magnificent and the waters are clean and crystalline.See more
El Cardón

El Cardón

El Cardón beach in San Bartolomé de Tirajana is a sandy beach 1500 metres long.See more
El Rincón

El Rincón

This beach offers acceptable conditions for bathing, but it does not have any kind of infrastructure.See more
Tarajalillo

Tarajalillo

Tarajalillo beach, located in San Bartolomé de Tirajana, is a beach made up of sand and pebbles, 2240 metres long.See more
El Sargo

El Sargo

It is a small beach with an anchoring area, not very frequented by bathers.See more
El √Āguila

El √Āguila

El √Āguila beach in San Bartolom√© de Tirajana is a 430 metre long beach made up of sand and pebbles.See more
El Pris

El Pris

It is a small beach whose conditions for bathing are complicated due to the strong waves, which is why it is not very popular with bathers.See more
El Besudo

El Besudo

El Besudo beach in San Bartolomé de Tirajana is a sandy beach 170 metres long.See more
Playa del Hierro

Playa del Hierro

It is a windy beach frequented by surfers.See more
El Camello

El Camello

Isolated beach made up of rocks, not very suitable for bathing. It has no infrastructures of any kind.See more
Playa de los mallorquines

Playa de los mallorquines

Golden sandy beach, difficult to access, windy and isolated.See more
Las Burras

Las Burras

Las Burras beach in San Bartolomé de Tirajana is a golden sandy beach 300 metres long.See more
Las Caletillas

Las Caletillas

It is a small cove of fine gravel. It has no services of any kind.See more
El Cochino

El Cochino

El Cochino beach in San Bartolomé de Tirajana is a 250 metre long golden sand beach.See more
Playa del Aguila (Playa de la escalera)

Playa del Aguila (Playa de la escalera)

Golden sandy beach, difficult to access (stairs in poor condition), windy and isolated.See more
La Zamora

La Zamora

Small dark sandy beach located in the municipality of Fuencaliente.See more
Playa de Esquinzo (Playa de la duna)

Playa de Esquinzo (Playa de la duna)

Golden sandy beach, difficult to access, windy, isolated, with a sand dune up to the top of the cliff, frequented by surfers.See more
El Faro

El Faro

El Faro beach in San Bartolomé de Tirajana is a 320-metre long beach made up of boulders and gravel.See more
Punta Larga

Punta Larga

It is a small beach surrounded by small buildings and is accessible by car. It has few facilities.See more
Las Mujeres

Las Mujeres

Las Mujeres beach in San Bartolomé de Tirajana is a 520-metre long beach of skittles, gravel and sand, in a pleasant natural setting.See more
Abadejos

Abadejos

It is a small cove which can be reached on foot and is located in a cultivated area. It has a low level of occupation.See more
Echentive

Echentive

Beach formed in 1971 as a result of the eruption of the Tenegu√≠a volcano. It is located next to the “Fuente Santa” Gallery and has natural pools of great beauty.See more
Pasito Blanco (El Hornillo)

Pasito Blanco (El Hornillo)

Pasito Blanco beach in San Bartolomé de Tirajana is a dark sandy beach 203 metres long, next to the port of Pasito Blanco.See more
El Faro

El Faro

The beach of the lighthouse of Fuencaliente, which is currently being restored. It is close to the salt flats of Fuencaliente. It can be reached by car.See more
Monta√Īa de Arena (La Cometa)

Monta√Īa de Arena (La Cometa)

Monta√Īa de Arena beach in San Bartolom√© de Tirajana is a dark sandy beach 250 metres long, in a pleasant natural environment.See more
Las Cabras

Las Cabras

It is a small beach, isolated and not very frequented by the public. It is not equipped with any facilities.See more
Las Maretas

Las Maretas

It is a beach with moderate waves, with bowls and without any equipment.See more
Las Carpinteras (Las Mujeres)

Las Carpinteras (Las Mujeres)

Las Carpinteras beach in San Bartolomé de Tirajana is a sandy beach 181 metres long, in a pleasant natural environment.See more
El Puertito

El Puertito

It is an isolated cove, located in the municipality of Fuencaliente, small in size and offering no services of any kind.See more
El Cabezo

El Cabezo

This beach is a little further away from the centre of El Médano, where the summer residential area begins. It has dark sand and is the venue for windsurfing and kitesurfing championships.See more
El Jablito

El Jablito

It is a small white sand beach. Frequented by the locals and for scuba diving.See more
Llanillo (Santa Agueda)

Llanillo (Santa Agueda)

Llanillo beach in San Bartolomé de Tirajana is a 290-metre long beach made up of gravel and pebbles.See more
El Río

El Río

The beach is surrounded by small buildings and can be reached by car. It has no facilities whatsoever.See more
Lomo Galeón

Lomo Galeón

El Lomo Galeón beach in San Bartolomé de Tirajana is a sandy beach, 32 metres long, made up of gravel and pebbles and difficult to access.See more
El Molinero

El Molinero

El Molinero beach in San Bartolomé de Tirajana is a 197 metre long gravel and pebble beach.See more
Murgas

Murgas

It is a small cove near the town of Puerto Naos, not very frequented and does not offer any type of service.See more
Santa √Āgueda

Santa √Āgueda

Santa √Āgueda beach in San Bartolom√© de Tirajana is a 145-metre-long dark sandy beach in the seaside neighbourhood of El Pajar.See more
Ganeguín (El Pajar)

Ganeguín (El Pajar)

Ganeguín beach in San Bartolomé de Tirajana is a 73-metre long beach of sand and gravel, used as an entry and exit point for boats.See more
Pelota Bayana (Playa Bayana)

Pelota Bayana (Playa Bayana)

It is a bathing area in the vicinity of Puerto Naos, not very frequented and without any facilities.See more
Ambar

Ambar

Ambar beach in La Aldea de San Nicol√°s is a 220-metre long beach made up of sand, gravel and pebbles.See more
Las Monjas

Las Monjas

It is a dark sandy beach close to Puerto Naos. It is easily accessible on foot.See more
Tasarte

Tasarte

Tasarte beach in La Aldea de San Nicol√°s is a 710-metre long beach of sand, gravel and pebbles.See more
Los Abrigos

Los Abrigos

It is a small but cosy beach of sand and gravel, without services, with moderate waves.See more
Aneas

Aneas

Aneas beach in La Aldea de San Nicol√°s is a sandy beach of 60 metres in length.See more
El Remo

El Remo

The beach is surrounded by small houses and crops. Signposted access and car park.See more
Playa Chica

Playa Chica

Fine sandy beach, nestled at the bottom of a mountain. Semi-urban with low occupancy. It does not offer any services.See more
Tasartico

Tasartico

Tasartico beach, located in La Aldea de San Nicol√°s, is a 465-metre long sandy beach.See more
La Bombilla

La Bombilla

It is a rocky beach, surrounded by small buildings. It has no facilities.See more
Radazul

Radazul

Two small, recently created beaches, with solarium and access to the sea, with fine sand. It has all the services.See more
Descojonado

Descojonado

Descojonado beach in La Aldea de San Nicol√°s is a 50-metre-long bowling beach.See more
Lioguicha

Lioguicha

Lioguicha beach in La Aldea de San Nicol√°s is a 240-metre long sandy beach.See more
Martín Luis

Martín Luis

It is a rocky bathing area, located at the foot of a cliff. It is little frequented, probably due to its difficult access.See more
G√ľi- G√ľi Chico

G√ľi- G√ľi Chico

G√ľi- G√ľi Chico beach in La Aldea de San Nicol√°s is a 350-metre long sandy beach.See more
Puerto Trigo

Puerto Trigo

It is an isolated bathing area, not very frequented. It is not equipped with any kind of facilities.See more
G√ľi- G√ľi Grande

G√ľi- G√ľi Grande

G√ľi- G√ľi Grande beach in La Aldea de San Nicol√°s is a sandy beach of 360 metres in length.See more
Nogales

Nogales

It is a sandy beach, sheltered by the cliff face. It can be reached by car and has a car park and signposted accesses.See more
Honda

Honda

Formed by two coves separated from each other by the houses of Mr. Juan, it communicates with the beach of Guacimeta in Tías.See more
El Varadero

El Varadero

This small cove is not very popular with the public and does not offer any type of facilities.See more
La Caleta del Caballo (Playa Mejias)

La Caleta del Caballo (Playa Mejias)

La Caleta del Caballo beach (connected to Playa Mejias) in Teguise is a sandy beach of 500 metres in length.See more
San Juan

San Juan

San Juan beach, located in Teguise, is a 100 metre long sandy and rocky beach.See more
Puerto Espíndola

Puerto Espíndola

It is a rocky beach, surrounded by small buildings and with a moderate influx of people. It has no facilities.See more
Puerto de Tazacorte

Puerto de Tazacorte

Beach in the town of Tazacorte with a promenade and car park.See more
La Aldea

La Aldea

La Aldea beach in La Aldea de San Nicol√°s is a 720-metre-long bowling beach.See more
El Charcón (Lago de las Damas)

El Charcón (Lago de las Damas)

It is an isolated rocky beach with few visitors. It has no facilities of any kind.See more
Puerto La Aldea

Puerto La Aldea

Puerto La Aldea beach in La Aldea de San Nicol√°s is a 30-metre long bowling beach.See more
Los Guirres (El Volcan)

Los Guirres (El Volcan)

It is located in a cultivated area. It has a car park and signposted accesses as well as an area suitable for dogs.See more
Pozo Izquierdo (El Arenal)

Pozo Izquierdo (El Arenal)

Pozo Izquierdo beach in Santa Lucía de Tirajana is a 1280 metre long beach made up of sand, gravel and skittles.See more
Roque Prieto

Roque Prieto

Roque Prieto beach in Santa María de Guía de Gran Canaria is a rocky beach of 40 metres in length.See more
La Cangrejera

La Cangrejera

Small houses surround this beach, which is accessible by car and has a medium level of occupancy. It has no facilities.See more
Punta del Angosto

Punta del Angosto

Punta del Angosto beach in Santa María de Guía de Gran Canaria is a 175-metre-long bowling beach.See more
El Pozo Norte

El Pozo Norte

It is a small beach with small houses. It has no facilities.See more
San Felipe

San Felipe

San Felipe beach in Santa María de Guía de Gran Canaria is a 450-metre-long beach made up of sand and skittles.See more
Piedra Nueva

Piedra Nueva

It is an isolated and little frequented beach, which does not offer any kind of service.See more
El Pocito

El Pocito

It is located in a cultivated area and is not very frequented. It has a car park.See more
La Bajita

La Bajita

Semi-urban beach located in the neighbourhood of Lodero, in the vicinity of the airport. It has no facilities.See more
Vueltas

Vueltas

Small urban beach of dark sand used for anchoring boats. It has no infrastructures.See more
Los Roquitos

Los Roquitos

Beach of sand, pebbles and gravel, difficult to access on foot, with a moderate influx of people.See more
La Sepultura

La Sepultura

Beach formed by rocks and sand surrounded by cliffs. It does not offer any type of services.See more
Martín

Martín

Small, isolated beach, with a low number of visitors. Difficult to access on foot.See more
Jin√°mar

Jin√°mar

Jin√°mar beach is located on the coast of Jin√°mar, on the border with Telde. It is a sandy beach 975 metres long.See more
Tamargada

Tamargada

It is a small solitary beach formed by rocks and strong waves, surrounded by cliffs at the mouth of a ravine.See more
El Poris

El Poris

The beach can be reached by car, is not very popular and is not equipped with facilities.See more
El Barranquillo

El Barranquillo

El Barranquillo beach in Telde is a sandy beach 140 metres long.See more
Las Vistas

Las Vistas

It is an extensive beach with all kinds of services and catering facilities, located in one of the most popular tourist areas.See more
Las Salineras (Las Salemeras)

Las Salineras (Las Salemeras)

A small rocky beach with clear, transparent waters, surrounded by small buildings and with a medium level of occupancy.See more
San Borondón

San Borondón

San Borondón beach in Telde is a sandy beach 225 metres long.See more
Los Cristianos

Los Cristianos

It is a beach in an important tourist centre, so it has all kinds of services and facilities for its users.See more
El Burro

El Burro

It is a small beach located in a rocky area with transparent waters. It does not offer any type of service.See more
Chica (Del Palo)

Chica (Del Palo)

The Playa Chica beach in Telde is a sandy beach 80 metres long.See more
El Palmar

El Palmar

This beach is somewhat distant from the tourist centres of the area, so it allows you to enjoy a certain degree of tranquillity.See more
Nueva

Nueva

It is a small, isolated and little frequented beach that does not offer any kind of service.See more
La Garita

La Garita

La Garita beach in Telde is a sandy beach 260 metres long.See more
El Callao

El Callao

It is a small beach with few visitors and no facilities whatsoever.See more
Playa Chica

Playa Chica

As its name indicates, it is a small beach located in the centre of El Médano, opposite the fishing port. With dark sand, this beach practically disappears at high tide.See more
Los Enojados (Los Sajonados)

Los Enojados (Los Sajonados)

This dark sandy beach is little visited by bathers and does not offer any services.See more
Leocadio Machado

Leocadio Machado

A very long, fine sandy beach, located in the town centre of El Médano. This beach is a paradise for lovers of sailing and surfing.See more
El Hombre

El Hombre

El Hombre beach in Telde is a sandy beach 270 metres long.See more
Las Galletas

Las Galletas

The beach is sheltered by the breakwater of the port of Las Galletas, so it enjoys calm waters. It has a good level of services.See more
Playa de Los Tarajales

Playa de Los Tarajales

A beach of sand, gravel and rocks, annexed to that of Los Cristianos and lacking in services.See more
La Ballena

La Ballena

Small beach of dark sand located in the village of Las Galletas. It has a Sailing Club and an area reserved for scuba diving.See more
Callao Chico

Callao Chico

Small beach of sand and gravel, with no services and a high influx of people in summer.See more
Amarilla

Amarilla

A small cove nestled at the foot of a mountain, whose colour gives it its name. It has clean, crystalline waters.See more
El Parchel

El Parchel

Urban beach of gravel and pebbles, uncomfortable for bathing.See more
Agua Dulce

Agua Dulce

Agua Dulce beach in Telde is a sandy beach 140 metres long.See more
Pocilla Beda

Pocilla Beda

A dark sandy beach in a pleasant natural setting.See more
Tufia

Tufia

Tufia beach in Telde is a 40 metre long sandy beach.See more
Los Frailes

Los Frailes

A small quiet beach of sand, gravel and pebbles with an interesting sea bed.See more
Ojos de Garza

Ojos de Garza

Ojos de Garza beach in Telde is a 450 metre long sandy beach.See more
La Arena (Mesa del Mar)

La Arena (Mesa del Mar)

A beach of fine black sand of volcanic origin, it is located under some cliffs. It offers calm waters sheltered from the sea currents.See more
San Agustín

San Agustín

San Agustín beach in San Bartolomé de Tirajana is a 670-metre long sandy beach.See more
Bajamar

Bajamar

It is a dark sandy beach with a moderate influx of people. It has toilets and showers.See more
Puerto Lajas (Las Lajas)

Puerto Lajas (Las Lajas)

Beach located in the town centre of Puerto Lajas, with grey sand and equipped with services.See more
El Inglés

El Inglés

El Inglés beach in San Bartolomé de Tirajana is a sandy beach of 2700 metres in length.See more
Los Cancajos

Los Cancajos

It is a wide beach of dark sand, very popular with the public and equipped with good facilities.See more
Maspalomas

Maspalomas

Maspalomas beach in San Bartolomé de Tirajana is a sandy beach of 2710 metres in length.See more
Las Meloneras

Las Meloneras

Las Meloneras beach in San Bartolomé de Tirajana is a beach of golden sand, gravel and small pebbles, 283 metres long, with numerous restaurant services.See more
Puerto Naos

Puerto Naos

Puerto Naos beach, with good facilities, car park and disabled access.See more
El Charco Verde

El Charco Verde

Easily accessible beach, fairly busy, with parking facilities.See more
Los Tarajales

Los Tarajales

It is located in the town of Tazacorte, next to the port. It has a car park and disabled access.See more
Pozuelo (Hoya del Pozo)

Pozuelo (Hoya del Pozo)

Pozuelo beach in Telde is a sandy beach 130 metres long.See more
Melenara

Melenara

Melenara beach in Telde is a 350-metre long sandy beach. The beach has basic services such as disabled access, toilets and parking.See more
Salinetas

Salinetas

Salinetas beach in Telde is a 350 metre long sandy beach. The beach has basic services such as disabled access, toilets and parking.See more
Santiago

Santiago

It is a beach with clear, clean waters, very popular in summer. The area has numerous hotels, restaurants, etc.See more
Butihondo

Butihondo

Butihondo beach in P√°jara is a sandy beach 1500 metres long.See more
Blanca

Blanca

Playa Blanca in Puerto del Rosario is a sandy beach of 875 metres in length. It has basic services such as disabled access, toilets and parking.See more
Gran Tarajal

Gran Tarajal

Gran Tarajal beach in Tuineje is a sandy beach of 560 metres in length. The beach has basic services such as disabled access, toilets and parking.See more
El Duque

El Duque

The beach is surrounded by hotel facilities and therefore has a high influx of visitors. It offers all kinds of services that make this beach a good choice.See more
Fa√Īab√©

Fa√Īab√©

A very popular beach that offers all kinds of services to the public. It is located in a highly urbanised area.See more
Perchel

Perchel

A bowling beach in a very pleasant natural setting.See more
Caleta de Fuste (El Castillo)

Caleta de Fuste (El Castillo)

Caleta de Fuste beach in Antigua is a 700 metre long sandy beach. The beach has basic services such as disabled access and parking.See more
La Arena

La Arena

La Arena beach in Arrecife is a 115 metre long sand and gravel beach. It is located within the port area.See more
El Muellito (Salinas)

El Muellito (Salinas)

El Muellito beach in Antigua is a 180-metre long beach made up of sand and pebbles.See more
Pozo Negro

Pozo Negro

The Pozo Negro beach in Antigua is a beach made up of sand and pebbles, 310 metres long.See more
Corralejo

Corralejo

Corralejo beach in La Oliva is a sandy beach 195 metres long.See more
Punta Prieta (Las Cocinitas)

Punta Prieta (Las Cocinitas)

Punta Prieta-Las Cocinitas beach, located in Haría, is a 90-metre long beach of sand and pins.See more
La Barra

La Barra

La Barra beach, located in La Oliva, is a sandy beach of 60 metres in length.See more
Punta Escamas

Punta Escamas

It is an isolated beach with strong waves.See more
El Islote

El Islote

El Islote beach in La Oliva is a 75 metre long sandy beach.See more
El Río

El Río

El Río beach in La Oliva is a 390 metre long sandy beach.See more
Punta Usaje (Jameos del Agua)

Punta Usaje (Jameos del Agua)

Beach situated in front of Los Jameos del Agua where surfing is practised.See more
Los Charcos III

Los Charcos III

Los Charcos III beach in La Oliva is a 210 metre long sand and gravel beach.See more
Baja Piquiento

Baja Piquiento

It is a small beach with moderate waves.See more
Los Charcos II

Los Charcos II

Los Charcos II beach in La Oliva is a beach of sand and gravel, 290 metres long.See more
Los Charcos I

Los Charcos I

Los Charcos I beach in La Oliva is a beach made up of sand and gravel, 100 metres long.See more
Piedra Mansa

Piedra Mansa

Piedra Mansa beach, located in Tinajo, is a 300-metre long beach made up of sand and rocks.See more
El Charcón

El Charcón

El Charcón beach, located in La Oliva, is a sandy beach of 325 metres in length.See more
Pico Alto

Pico Alto

Piedra Mansa beach, located in Tinajo, is a sandy and rocky beach of 130 metres in length.See more
Beatriz

Beatriz

Beatriz beach, located in La Oliva, is a 200-metre long beach made up of sand and gravel.See more
Barranco del Burro (Las Betancoras)

Barranco del Burro (Las Betancoras)

Barranco del Burro beach, located in Tinajo, is a 70-metre long beach made up of sand, rock and pebbles.See more
Punta Blanca

Punta Blanca

Punta Blanca beach, located in La Oliva, is a 90-metre long beach made up of sand, gravel and pebbles.See more
La Santa (Pueblo)

La Santa (Pueblo)

La Santa (Pueblo) beach, located in Tinajo, is a beach made up of sand and rock, 130 metres long.See more
El Majanicho

El Majanicho

El Majanicho beach, located in La Oliva, is a 150-metre long beach made up of sand and pebbles.See more
Los Risquetes

Los Risquetes

Los Risquetes beach, located in Tinajo, is a beach made up of sand, pebbles and rock, 600 metres long.See more
La Goleta (Grandes Playas)

La Goleta (Grandes Playas)

La Goleta beach, located in La Oliva, is a sandy beach of 150 metres in length.See more
Caleta del Fuego

Caleta del Fuego

Caleta del Fuego beach, located in Yaiza, is a beach made up of sand, gravel and pebbles, 27 metres long.See more
Punta Prieta (Los Coroneles)

Punta Prieta (Los Coroneles)

Punta Prieta beach, located in La Oliva, is a 600-metre long beach made up of sand and pebbles.See more
Barranco de las Pilas

Barranco de las Pilas

Barranco de las Pilasa beach, located in Yaiza, is a 250 metre long beach of sand, gravel and pebbles.See more
Puerto Remedios (Charco de las Agujas)

Puerto Remedios (Charco de las Agujas)

Puerto Remedios beach, located in La Oliva, is a 700-metre long beach made up of sand and pebbles.See more
Vaya Querida (Costa de Mala)

Vaya Querida (Costa de Mala)

It is a semi-artificial beach of sand and gravel in the form of a pond.See more
Medano

Medano

Medano beach in La Oliva is a 700 metre long sandy beach.See more
San Marcos

San Marcos

Located a short distance from the town centre, it is a sheltered beach of rock and black sand. It does not offer any type of facilities.See more
La Colorada

La Colorada

This beach is located between the Barranco de las Pilas ravine and the Cohon beach.See more
El Pozo

El Pozo

El Pozo beach in La Oliva is a 450 metre long sandy beach.See more
La Negra

La Negra

A small cove at the end of a spectacular ravine, it offers clean and crystalline waters. It is usually accessed by boat.See more
El Cohon

El Cohon

El Cohon beach, located in Yaiza, is a 35-metre long beach of sand, gravel and pebbles.See more
El Viejo

El Viejo

El Viejo beach in La Oliva is a sandy beach of 1000 metres in length.See more
La Cantera

La Cantera

Situated at the foot of a ravine, this cove is only accessible by boat, allowing you to enjoy the beautiful surroundings in a peaceful atmosphere.See more
Caleta Larga

Caleta Larga

Caleta Larga beach, located in Yaiza, is a 350 metre long beach of sand, gravel and pebbles.See more
El Caserón

El Caserón

El Caserón beach in La Oliva is a sandy beach 300 metres long.See more
Ereses

Ereses

It is an isolated, rocky cove at the bottom of a ravine, between cliffs.See more
El Pasito

El Pasito

El Pasito beach, located in Yaiza, is a 200 metre long beach of sand, gravel and pebbles.See more
El Bajo Negro

El Bajo Negro

El Bajo Negro beach in La Oliva is a 500 metre long sandy beach.See more
Playa del Cochino

Playa del Cochino

This beach is located in the Timanfaya National Park. Access by car is prohibited.See more
Larga

Larga

The Larga beach in La Oliva is a sandy beach of 800 metres in length.See more
La Caleta de Hermigua

La Caleta de Hermigua

It is a small cove of black sand, located near the town centre, with a low level of occupation. It has toilets and showers.See more
Charco del Palo (Piscina) (Charco del Palo)

Charco del Palo (Piscina) (Charco del Palo)

Charco del Palo beach, located in Haría, is a natural sandy pool 40 metres long.See more
Los Martos

Los Martos

Los Martos beach in La Oliva is a 900-metre long sandy beach.See more
Santa Catalina

Santa Catalina

It is a wide beach with a low level of occupation and strong waves. It does not offer any type of service.See more
Playa Baja del Ganado

Playa Baja del Ganado

Located on the island of La Graciosa.See more
El Dormidero

El Dormidero

El Dormidero beach in La Oliva is a 440-metre long sandy beach.See more
Tapahuga

Tapahuga

It is a beach close to the town of Santiago, with calm waters. It is not equipped with infrastructures.See more
Playa de los Conejos

Playa de los Conejos

Located on the island of La Graciosa.See more
El Moro

El Moro

El Moro beach in La Oliva is a 560-metre long sandy beach.See more
El Medio

El Medio

Located between ravines, this small cove enjoys tranquillity but does not offer visitors any type of service.See more
Caleta del Mariscadero

Caleta del Mariscadero

Caleta del Mariscadero beach, located in Tinajo, is a 600 metre long beach made up of sand, rock and gravel.See more
El Rosadero

El Rosadero

El Rosadero beach, located in La Oliva, is a 450 metre long beach made up of sand and pebbles.See more
Chinguarime

Chinguarime

Set at the bottom of a ravine, this beach can only be reached by boat. On the other hand, it allows you to enjoy the surroundings in a peaceful atmosphere.See more
Alzada

Alzada

Alzada beach in La Oliva is a sandy beach 840 metres long.See more
El Guincho

El Guincho

Nestled at the bottom of one of the ravines that characterise this area, access to this beach is only possible by boat, which makes it very peaceful.See more
Calas del Puertito

Calas del Puertito

Calas del Puertito beach in La Oliva is a 140-metre long beach made up of sand and pebbles.See more
La Roja (Oroja)

La Roja (Oroja)

It is an isolated beach, difficult to access (only by boat), with no services and not very frequented by bathers.See more
La Lajita

La Lajita

La Lajita beach in P√°jara is a 915 metre long sand and pebbles beach.See more
El Cabrito

El Cabrito

It is a wide cove that opens out at the end of a ravine. It enjoys pleasant surroundings and has toilets and showers.See more
Matas Blancas

Matas Blancas

Matas Blancas beach in P√°jara is a 1500 metre long beach made up of sand, gravel and pebbles.See more
La Guancha

La Guancha

It is located at the bottom of a ravine, so it is usually accessed by boat. It enjoys calm and transparent waters.See more
Sotavento (Jandía)

Sotavento (Jandía)

Sotavento beach in P√°jara is a sandy beach of 1100 metres in length. The beach has basic services such as disabled access, toilets and parking.See more
San Sebasti√°n

San Sebasti√°n

A large beach located in the town centre of San Sebasti√°n de la Gomera. It offers an acceptable level of services and an anchoring area for boats.See more
La Cueva

La Cueva

Black sand beach located in the vicinity of the port of San Sebasti√°n de la Gomera, which offers visitors a good number of facilities.See more
Morro Jable (Matorral)

Morro Jable (Matorral)

Morro Jable beach in P√°jara is a sandy beach of 4325 metres in length. The beach has basic services such as disabled access and parking.See more
Avalo

Avalo

The beach is easily accessible on foot, but it is located in a somewhat degraded environment. It has no services of any kind.See more
Aguila

Aguila

Small rocky beach, quite isolated and with strong waves, which means that it is not very frequented. It is usually accessed by boat.See more
Zamora

Zamora

Beach between cliffs at the mouth of a ravine, small in size and very difficult to access, as it is reached by boat. It suffers from strong waves.See more
El Inglés

El Inglés

Located at the foot of a cliff, and with dark sand, this beach has a medium level of occupation and has no facilities.See more
Valle Gran Rey (La Playa)

Valle Gran Rey (La Playa)

An extensive beach set in an attractive landscape, with calm waters and a moderate influx of people.See more
Vallehermoso

Vallehermoso

Small rocky and gravel beach with a medium level of occupation. Showers are available.See more
Las Coloradas

Las Coloradas

Las Coloradas beach in P√°jara is a 230-metre long beach made up of sand and pebbles.See more
Arguamul

Arguamul

It is a wide, rocky, isolated beach with strong waves. Little frequented by bathers. It has no services.See more
Morro de Potala

Morro de Potala

Morro de Potala beach in P√°jara is a 300-metre long beach made up of sand, gravel and pebbles.See more
El Trigo

El Trigo

It is a small cove made up of rocks that is wedged between cliffs that are difficult to access.See more
El Puertito

El Puertito

El Puertito beach in P√°jara is a beach of sand, gravel and pebbles, 545 metres long.See more
Alojera

Alojera

It is a semi-urban beach of sand and rocks which is easily accessible on foot. It has no infrastructures.See more
Argaga

Argaga

Small beach close to the town centre of Valle Gran Rey, made up of rocks and calm waters. It has no facilities.See more
El Viejo Rey

El Viejo Rey

El Viejo Rey beach in P√°jara is a sandy beach 800 metres long.See more
Las Arenas

Las Arenas

It is a small isolated cove located at the foot of the cliffs, with a low number of bathers and no foot traffic. It does not offer any kind of service.See more
La Pared

La Pared

La Pared beach in P√°jara is a 250 metre long sandy beach.See more
La Rajita

La Rajita

Nestled at the end of a ravine, this beach enjoys calm waters and a low level of occupation, which gives it great tranquillity.See more
Ugan

Ugan

Ugan beach in P√°jara is a 300 metre long beach made up of sand, gravel and pebbles.See more
La Restinga

La Restinga

It is located in the fishing village of La Restinga, at the southern tip of the island, and is the base of the island’s fishing fleet. Its sports diving centres are open all year round.See more
La Solapa

La Solapa

La Solapa beach in P√°jara is a sandy beach 425 metres long.See more
Ajuy

Ajuy

Ajuy beach in P√°jara is a 270-metre long beach of sand, gravel and pebbles.See more
Tarajalejo

Tarajalejo

Tarajalejo beach in P√°jara is a beach made up of sand, gravel and pebbles, 1370 metres long.See more
Arenas Blancas

Arenas Blancas

It is a sandy beach with no services.See more
Puerto Escondido (Del Matorral)

Puerto Escondido (Del Matorral)

Puerto Escondido beach in Puerto del Rosario is a sandy beach of 200 metres in length.See more
El Verodal

El Verodal

One of the largest beaches on the island of El Hierro, with red sand and strong waves.See more
Carrión

Carrión

Carrión beach in Puerto del Rosario is a 305 metre long beach of sand, gravel and pebbles.See more
Charco Azul (Sabinosa)

Charco Azul (Sabinosa)

It is a small cove near one of the most picturesque villages on the island, with well-preserved old houses in the purest El Hierro style.See more
El Puertito (Los Molinos)

El Puertito (Los Molinos)

El Puertito beach in Puerto del Rosario is a 200 metre long beach of sand, gravel and pebbles.See more
Charco Azul (Los Llanillos)

Charco Azul (Los Llanillos)

It is only a few metres long, close to beautiful houses with flower gardens.See more
Janubio (Jarugo)

Janubio (Jarugo)

Janubio beach in Puerto del Rosario is a 230 metre long sand and gravel beach.See more
Charco de los Sargos

Charco de los Sargos

It is an isolated beach, typically volcanic, with low occupancy.See more
El Aljibe(El Aljibe de la Cueva)

El Aljibe(El Aljibe de la Cueva)

El Aljibes beach located in La Oliva is a beach made up of sand and gravel, 1210 metres long.See more
La Maceta

La Maceta

It is an area with dykes forming swimming pools, with a large influx of people at weekends in summer.See more
El Castillo

El Castillo

El Castillo beach in La Oliva is a 190 metre long beach of sand, gravel and pebbles.See more
Punta Grande

Punta Grande

On a solitary jetty, buffeted by the waves, in front of the mythical Roques de Salmor, rocky islets inhabited until the middle of the present century by a species of giant lizards of prehistoric origin, emerges the smallest hotel …See more
Marfolín

Marfolín

The Marfolín beach in La Oliva is a 950 metre long sandy beach.See more
Chica (La Concha)

Chica (La Concha)

Playa Chica beach in La Oliva is a 200 metre long sandy beach.See more
Las Playitas

Las Playitas

Las Playitas beach in Tuineje is a 700-metre-long beach of sand and pebbles.See more
Giniginamar

Giniginamar

Giniginamar beach in Tuineje is a 550 metre long beach made up of sand, gravel and pebbles.See more
Puerto de la Estaca

Puerto de la Estaca

This beach is located next to the harbour, used as a refuge for fishermen.See more
El Castillo

El Castillo

El Castillo beach in Arrecife is a sandy beach 30 metres long.See more
Timijiraque

Timijiraque

Close to Puerto de la Estaca, it is one of the few sandy beaches on the island. It is usually frequented by surfers.See more
El Reducto

El Reducto

El Reducto beach in Arrecife is a sandy beach 470 metres long. It has basic services such as disabled access, toilets and parking.See more
Las Playas

Las Playas

At the beginning of the bay of Las Playas is the imposing figure of Roque de la Bonanza, a rock formation that rises vertically 200 metres above the ocean floor. It is one of the most photogenic motifs on the island.See more
El Cable

El Cable

El Cable beach in Arrecife is a 315-metre long sandy beach.See more
Ajabo

Ajabo

It is a small beach surrounded by housing developments with calm waters for bathing.See more
La Concha (Playa de Arencibia)

La Concha (Playa de Arencibia)

La Concha beach in Arrecife is a 250 metre long sandy beach.See more
Las Galgas (Caleton de Las Galgas)

Las Galgas (Caleton de Las Galgas)

A small beach surrounded by tall buildings and with a multitude of hotel facilities in the surrounding area.See more
El Embarcadero

El Embarcadero

El Embarcadero beach in Haría is a 180 metre long sandy beach.See more
El Pinque

El Pinque

It is a small beach located in a highly urbanised area, which is experiencing unstoppable growth.See more
El Risco

El Risco

El Risco beach in Haría is a sandy beach of 845 metres in length.See more
Las Salinas

Las Salinas

It is a small beach located in the vicinity of a large hotel complex.See more
La Cantería (Playa de Atrás)

La Cantería (Playa de Atrás)

La Cantería beach in Haría is a 300-metre long beach made up of sand and pebbles.See more
El Puertito

El Puertito

It is a sandy beach, sheltered, so it enjoys calm waters.See more
Caletón Blanco

Caletón Blanco

Caletón Blanco beach in Haría is a sandy beach of 250 metres in length.See more
Diego Hern√°ndez (Playa Blanca)

Diego Hern√°ndez (Playa Blanca)

It is a pleasant beach with calm waters and golden sand that is usually accessed by boat, although access on foot is not complicated.See more
Caleta Gonz√°lez

Caleta Gonz√°lez

Caleta González beach in Haría is a 140-metre long beach made up of sand and pebbles.See more
Los Morteros

Los Morteros

It is an isolated and quiet beach with no facilities but set in pleasant surroundings.See more
El Banquito

El Banquito

El Banquito beach in Haría is a 75 metre long sand and pebbles beach.See more
La Caleta (La Calleja)

La Caleta (La Calleja)

It is a beach in the village of La Caleta, which enjoys calm waters suitable for swimming.See more
Caleta del Mojón

Caleta del Mojón

Caleta del Mojón beach in Haría is a 200-metre long beach made up of sand and gravel.See more
La Caleta

La Caleta

La Caleta beach in Haría is a 45-metre long beach made up of sand and pebbles.See more
Caleta de las Escamas (Casas Escamas)

Caleta de las Escamas (Casas Escamas)

Caleta de las Escamas beach in Haría is a 40-metre long sandy beach.See more
Torviscas

Torviscas

It is a beach next to Fa√Īab√©, equipped with excellent facilities and very popular with bathers, who find all kinds of amenities in this area.See more
Caleta del Guincho

Caleta del Guincho

Caleta del Guincho beach in Haría is a 70-metre long sandy beach.See more
El Bobo

El Bobo

It is a small beach of dark sand with good services, located in an area equipped with all kinds of facilities.See more
Caleta de José María

Caleta de José María

Caleta de José María beach in Haría is a 180-metre long beach of sand, gravel and pebbles.See more
La Pinta

La Pinta

It is a sheltered beach with all kinds of infrastructures, which make it one of the main tourist attractions in this part of the island.See more
Los Caletones

Los Caletones

Los Caletones beach in Haría is a 125-metre long beach of sand and pebbles.See more
Troya (Las Américas)

Troya (Las Américas)

It is a beach with a high level of facilities and surrounded by all kinds of hotel infrastructures, which makes it one of the island’s tourist centres.See more
Furnia

Furnia

Furnia beach is located in the municipality of G√°ldar, on the island of Gran Canaria. It is in an unspoilt spot, located between cliffs and made up of rocks and boulders. The waters are crystal clear, although the beach has strong waves.See more
El Varadero

El Varadero

It is a small cove of boulders and sand that does not offer any kind of services.See more
Dos Roques

Dos Roques

Dos Roques beach is another of the small coves along the coast of G√°ldar. It has medium-grain golden sand combined with coves. It has a promenade as its only facility.See more
La Enramada (Callao de La Enramada)

La Enramada (Callao de La Enramada)

It is a large beach located in an area that is subject to a continuous process of urbanisation.See more
Boca Barranco

Boca Barranco

Boca Barranco beach in G√°ldar is a beach of fine golden sand and pebbles.See more
Las Sebas (Caleta Las Sebas)

Las Sebas (Caleta Las Sebas)

At present there is no beach. A ramp was built for the beaching of boats.See more
El Río (Callao del Rio)

El Río (Callao del Rio)

It is a large beach in an isolated spot that does not offer any kind of services. It is not very popular with the public.See more
Triana (La Burra)

Triana (La Burra)

Triana beach in San Bartolomé de Tirajana is a 574-metre long beach made up of sand, gravel and pebbles, in a pleasant natural setting.See more
Caleta del Espino

Caleta del Espino

Caleta del Espino beach in Haría is a 55-metre long beach of sand, pebbles and gravel. The sand gets lost.See more
Callao Hondo

Callao Hondo

A small beach of rocks and gravel, quiet and little used by bathers. No facilities.See more
Los Bigotes

Los Bigotes

Los Bigotes beach in San Bartolomé de Tirajana is a 75 metre long gravel and pebbles beach in a pleasant natural environment.See more
Caleta del Campo

Caleta del Campo

Caleta del Campo beach in Haría is a 50-metre long beach made up of rock and pebbles. It has no sand.See more
Tajao

Tajao

A small beach in the small village of Tajao, sheltered by the small pier of the port. It has no facilities.See more
El Charcón

El Charcón

El Charcón beach in Haría is a 15-metre long sandy and rocky beach.See more
Los Abrigos

Los Abrigos

It is a beach close to the Abades housing development, with golden sand and calm waters suitable for bathing.See more
La Garita

La Garita

La Garita beach in Haría is a beach of sand and pebbles, 810 metres long.See more
Cardones

Cardones

The clean and crystalline water of this beach makes it ideal for bathing. It has a low level of occupation.See more
De Seifio

De Seifio

De Seifio beach in Haría is a 60-metre long sandy beach.See more
Cueva de la Arena

Cueva de la Arena

It is a small, isolated beach with crystal-clear waters, which enjoys great tranquillity. It is close to the Abona lighthouse.See more
Las Palomas

Las Palomas

Las Palomas beach, located in Teguise, is a 70-metre long beach made up of sand and rocks.See more
Grande

Grande

Located in the vicinity of the Abona lighthouse is this golden sandy beach, which is often battered by the wind.See more
El Perejil

El Perejil

El Perejil beach, located in Teguise, is a 100-metre long beach of sand and rock.See more
Poris

Poris

It is a beach in the town of Poris de Abona, which offers calm waters and usually has a large number of bathers.See more
Bajo Raso

Bajo Raso

Bajo Raso beach, located in Teguise, is a beach of sand and rock 80 metres long.See more
El Bonito (El Rincón)

El Bonito (El Rincón)

This beach can be reached on foot by taking a long walk, which is why it is usually not very popular with visitors. It has no infrastructures.See more
Caleta de Famara

Caleta de Famara

Caleta de Famara beach, located in Teguise, is a 190-metre long beach of sand, rock and pebbles.See more
El Sombrerito

El Sombrerito

This small beach can be reached by taking a stroll, as it is not possible to reach it by car. It is not very crowded.See more
Famara

Famara

Famara beach, located in Teguise, is a beach made up of sand and pebbles and is 2800 metres long.See more
Aguadulce (Playa de Las Carretas)

Aguadulce (Playa de Las Carretas)

It is accessed by a sandy path from the nearby road. It is not equipped with any facilities.See more
La Charca

La Charca

La Charca beach, located in Teguise, is a 40 metre long sandy beach.See more
Tío Joaquín

Tío Joaquín

Tío Joaquín beach, located in Teguise, is a 335-metre long beach made up of rock and pebbles.See more
El Camisón

El Camisón

This beach is sheltered by the breakwaters that surround it, and is equipped with all kinds of facilities, which means that it attracts a large number of bathers.See more
Tía Vicenta

Tía Vicenta

Tía Vicenta beach, located in Teguise, is a 405-metre long beach made up of rock, gravel and pebbles.See more
Los Barqueros (Puerto del Buen Jes√ļs)

Los Barqueros (Puerto del Buen Jes√ļs)

It is a beach with strong waves and does not offer any type of service, which is why it is not very popular with the public.See more
Los Charcos

Los Charcos

Los Charcos beach, located in Teguise, is a sandy beach 450 metres long.See more
Las Arenas

Las Arenas

It is characteristic for its microclimate, which protects it from the north-westerly winds, and for being sandy from June to November, but in winter it loses its sand and becomes a bowling beach.See more
El Jablillo

El Jablillo

El Jablillo beach, located in Teguise, is a sandy and rocky beach 350 metres long.See more
El Basti√°n

El Basti√°n

El Basti√°n beach, located in Teguise, is a 375-metre long sand and rock beach.See more
El Ancla

El Ancla

El Ancla beach, located in Teguise, is a 150-metre long beach of sand and rock.See more
Ensenada de las Caletas

Ensenada de las Caletas

Ensenada de las Caletas beach, located in Teguise, is a 400-metre long beach made up of sand, pebbles and rocks.See more
Barlovento (Ensenada de los M√°rmoles)

Barlovento (Ensenada de los M√°rmoles)

Barlovento beach, located in Teguise, is a 220-metre long beach of sand, pebbles and gravel.See more
Los Charcos (artificial)

Los Charcos (artificial)

Artificial beach located in front of the hotel.See more
La Laja

La Laja

La Laja beach, located in Teguise, is a sandy beach of 150 metres in length. It is located on the island of La Graciosa.See more
El Salado (Bahía del Salado)

El Salado (Bahía del Salado)

El Salado beach, located in Teguise, is a sandy beach of 1800 metres in length. It is located on the island of La Graciosa.See more
Francesa (La Herradura)

Francesa (La Herradura)

The Francesa beach, located in Teguise, is a 700 metre long sandy beach. Located on the island of La Graciosa.See more
La Cocina

La Cocina

La Cocina beach, located in Teguise, is a 100-metre long sandy beach. Located on the island of La Graciosa.See more
Las Conchas

Las Conchas

Las Conchas beach, located in Teguise, is a 610-metre long sandy beach. Located on the island of La Graciosa.See more
Lambra

Lambra

Lambra beach, located in Teguise, is a sandy and rocky beach 600 metres long. Located on the island of La Graciosa.See more
Pedro Barba

Pedro Barba

Pedro Barba beach, located in Teguise, is a sand and gravel beach 115 metres long. Located on the island of La Graciosa.See more
Morros Negros (Morros Colorados)

Morros Negros (Morros Colorados)

Morros Negros beach, located in Teguise, is a sandy beach 45 metres long. Located on the island of La Graciosa.See more
Barranco de los Conejos

Barranco de los Conejos

Barranco de los Conejos beach, located in Teguise, is a 20-metre long sand and gravel beach. Located on the island of La Graciosa.See more
Las Mujeres

Las Mujeres

Strong waves break against the rocks that surround this beach, which is located in a cultivated area.See more
Caleta de Arriba

Caleta de Arriba

Caleta de Arriba beach, located in Teguise, is a 55-metre long sand and gravel beach. It is located on the island of La Graciosa.See more
El Fraile

El Fraile

The conditions for bathing are complicated by the strong waves and the rocks on this beach, which is not very popular with bathers.See more
Caleta del Puerto

Caleta del Puerto

Caleta del Puerto beach, located in Teguise, is a beach made up of sand and gravel, 100 metres long. It is located on the island of La Graciosa.See more
La Ballenita

La Ballenita

It is a rustic beach of sand and gravel with a medium level of occupation. It is an isolated beach with no promenade.See more
Isla de la Alegranza (El Caletón del Jablillo)

Isla de la Alegranza (El Caletón del Jablillo)

Isla de la Alegranza beach, located in Teguise, is a 215 metre long sandy beach. It is located on the island of Alegranza.See more
Guacimeta (Guasimeta)

Guacimeta (Guasimeta)

Guasimeta beach, located in Tías, is a sandy beach of 1050 metres in length. It is connected to the Honda beach in San Bartolomé.See more
Lima

Lima

Lima beach, located in Tías, is a 900-metre long beach made up of sand, rock and gravel.See more
La Viuda

La Viuda

It is a beach next to an industrial estate, located in a somewhat degraded environment. It has no infrastructures.See more
Candelaria

Candelaria

A beach in the pretty village of Candelaria that is often visited by the public. It is made up of dark sand, like most of the beaches on the island.See more
La Hornilla

La Hornilla

Urban beach, with dark sand. It offers a medium level of facilities and is quite popular with bathers.See more
La Pe√Īa Grande

La Pe√Īa Grande

La Pe√Īa Grande beach, located in T√≠as, is a 450-metre long beach made up of sand, rock and pebbles. The beach has basic services such as disabled access and parking.See more
Punta Larga (Las Arenas)

Punta Larga (Las Arenas)

It is an extensive beach surrounded by buildings and a pleasant promenade. It has a good level of facilities.See more
El Barranquillo

El Barranquillo

El Barranquillo beach, located in Tías, is a 75-metre long beach made up of sand and rock.See more
Las Caletillas

Las Caletillas

It is a sheltered beach in a highly urbanised but pleasant environment. It offers a nice promenade for strolling.See more
La Pe√Īa del Dice

La Pe√Īa del Dice

La Pe√Īa del Dice beach, located in T√≠as, is a 100-metre long beach of sand and rock.See more
Tabaiba

Tabaiba

It is a small beach with calm waters and acceptable infrastructures.See more
El Caletón de Enmedio

El Caletón de Enmedio

El Caletón de En medio beach, located in Tías, is a 200-metre long beach made up of sand, rock and pebbles.See more
La Nea

La Nea

Beach next to the Radazul Marina.See more
La Gara√Īona (Bah√≠a de la Gara√Īona)

La Gara√Īona (Bah√≠a de la Gara√Īona)

An extensive beach within an area declared a Protected Natural Area, inaccessible from land as it is at the foot of a cliff.See more
Los Fariones

Los Fariones

Los Fariones beach, located in Tías, is a 60-metre long beach made up of sand and rock.See more
Las Eras

Las Eras

It is a beach in the village of Las Eras, with dark sand, and has no infrastructures except for the nearby car park.See more
Los Roques

Los Roques

This beach gets its name from the two rocks that flank it. In the area you can find a few bars and restaurants.See more
La Madera

La Madera

La Madera beach, located in Tinajo, is a sand and gravel beach 85 metres long.See more
El Abrigo

El Abrigo

A beach in the municipality of Fasnia, close to a housing estate, but little visited by the public.See more
El Callao

El Callao

A beach of pebbles and gravel.See more
Las Malvas

Las Malvas

Las Malvas beach, located in Tinajo, is a 180-metre long beach of sand and gravel.See more
Risco

Risco

It is an open beach of sand and pebbles located next to the Risco neighbourhood in the municipality of Agaete, in the northwest of the island of Gran Canaria. This beach tends to receive fairly strong waves, and unlike most of the beaches of the island of Gran Canaria, it is…See more
Teneza

Teneza

Teneza beach, located in Tinajo, is a 90 metre long beach made up of sand and gravel.See more
El Muelle (El Caletón)

El Muelle (El Caletón)

It is situated next to the fishing port, some parts of which are also used for bathing. It has good conditions for bathers and is therefore very popular in summer.See more
Faneroque (Playa de Faneque)

Faneroque (Playa de Faneque)

Faneroque, also known as Playa del Faneque or Playa de Tamadaba, is a volcanic cove of black sand, located at the foot of the immense Risco Faneque, a little over 1000 metres high, some 300 metres to the (NW) of Playa del Risco,…See more
La Ría de la Santa

La Ría de la Santa

An estuary transformed into a lagoon when its two mouths close. Suitable for windsurfing beginners.See more
La Caleta de Interi√°n (Playa de la Caleta)

La Caleta de Interi√°n (Playa de la Caleta)

Quiet beach surrounded by small buildings with acceptable bathing conditions.See more
Sotavento

Sotavento

A sandy and pebble beach that usually receives a constant strong wind and waves. It is located very close to Playa de Guayedra, in the municipality of Agaete, on the island of Gran Canaria. Access through the Guayedra ravine, which can be done either on foot or by boat.See more
La Boca de Abajo

La Boca de Abajo

La Boca de Abajo beach, located in Tinajo, is a 200-metre long beach made up of sand and gravel.See more
Las Aguas

Las Aguas

It is a narrow and rocky beach with a moderate influx of people and without any type of equipment.See more
Guayedra

Guayedra

Playa de Guayedra is a beach of sand and pebbles that usually receives a constant strong wind and waves. It is located in the municipality of Agaete, Gran Canaria Island. It can be accessed through the Guayedra ravine, which can be accessed by …See more
Quemada

Quemada

Quemada beach, located in Yaiza, is a sandy beach 310 metres long.See more
La Mareta

La Mareta

It is a secluded beach where it is possible to enjoy great tranquillity, but it does not offer any type of service.See more
Las Nieves II (Playa del Muelle)

Las Nieves II (Playa del Muelle)

Las Nieves II beach in Agaete is a 210 metre long beach of sand and pebbles. Also called Playa del Muelle or Playa de Adelante, it is located next to the old wharf of Agaete, in the northwest of the island of Gran Canaria. …See more
La Arena

La Arena

La Arena beach, located in Yaiza, is a 330 metre long sand and gravel beach.See more
El Confital (Playa del Horno)

El Confital (Playa del Horno)

It is a sandy beach that is isolated, so it is not frequented by the public.See more
Las Nieves I (Las Nieves)

Las Nieves I (Las Nieves)

Playa de las Nieves is located in front of the old pier, in Agaete, Gran Canaria. This beach is characterised by being a bowling beach of 220 metres in length.See more
El Pozo (El Paso)

El Pozo (El Paso)

El Pozo beach, located in Yaiza, is a sand and gravel beach of 345 metres in length.See more
La Tejita

La Tejita

This beach is one kilometre long and is located in the Protected Natural Park that forms the striking Monta√Īa Roja (Red Mountain).See more
Las Salinas

Las Salinas

Playa de Las Salinas is a pebble beach that can withstand strong waves. This beach is located at the mouth of the Barranco de Agaete ravine, and can be accessed on foot from the Avenida Paseo de los Poetas, or by car via the main road to the beach.See more
El Valle de la Casa

El Valle de la Casa

El Valle de la Casa beach, located in Yaiza, is a sand and gravel beach 160 metres long.See more
Monta√Īa Roja

Monta√Īa Roja

At the foot of the Monta√Īa Roja (Red Mountain) we find this secluded beach, which allows you to enjoy a pleasant environment within a Protected Natural Park.See more
Turman

Turman

Beach with danger of landslides.See more
El Parrado

El Parrado

El Parrado beach, located in Yaiza, is a 700-metre long beach made up of sand, gravel and pebbles.See more
Juncal (Playa del Puertito)

Juncal (Playa del Puertito)

Caleta, between the municipalities of Galdar and Agaete, formed by a spur at the entrance, the end of the ravine at the bottom, and the imposing wall that goes back out to the open sea. It stands out for its calm, crystal-clear waters.See more
La Fuentecita

La Fuentecita

La Fuentecita beach, located in Yaiza, is a 110-metre long beach of sand, gravel and pebbles.See more
Vargas

Vargas

Vargas beach, located in Ag√ľimes, is a bowling beach of 1300 metres in length.See more
La Pelada

La Pelada

This beach is located in an area that has been declared a Natural Park and does not offer any type of service.See more
El Cabrón

El Cabrón

El Cabr√≥n beach in Ag√ľimes is a 290 metre long sandy beach.See more
El Tanque del Vidrio

El Tanque del Vidrio

It is a quiet beach, in the vicinity of which you can see a wind power station due to the winds that blow in the area.See more
Arinaga

Arinaga

Arinaga beach in Ag√ľimes is a 700 metre long sandy beach.See more
El Medio

El Medio

It is a very wide beach which is totally isolated and therefore has a low number of bathers. It is not equipped with any facilities.See more
Abades

Abades

It is a beach of gravel and boulders anchored in beautiful surroundings of cactus and tosca, very popular with campers.See more
Balos

Balos

Balos beach, located in Ag√ľimes, is a sand and pebbles beach, 1000 metres long.See more
Punta Blanca (El Caballete de Punta Blanca)

Punta Blanca (El Caballete de Punta Blanca)

It is a beach frequented by campers, which enjoys a pleasant environment with an abundance of crops.See more
Playa de las Arenas (Punta Gongora)

Playa de las Arenas (Punta Gongora)

Located under the cliffs of And√©n Verde, between Punta de La Aldea to the (W) and Playa del Risco to the (NW), it is undoubtedly an ideal place to find a very peaceful atmosphere, in one of the few wild and almost virgin environments that remain in…See more
Alcal√°

Alcal√°

A beach in the town of Alcal√° that offers a pleasant promenade and calm waters for bathing.See more
San Andrés

San Andrés

Beach made up of sand and pebbles, 450 metres long. The amount of sand depends a lot on the currents and the time of year. In winter it tends to be less arid than in summer. It is usually a quiet beach, very popular with local residents.See more
Méndez

Méndez

A small beach in the town of Alcal√° made up of skittles which does not offer any kind of service to bathers.See more
Los Enanos

Los Enanos

Los Enanos beach, located in Arucas, has a strong swell, like the whole coast of Arucas. Depending on the time of year, it is a sandy and quiet beach, and is quite popular in comparison with the surrounding areas. It is mainly frequented by the…See more
Baja Larga

Baja Larga

This beach is located in a somewhat degraded environment and surrounded by small urbanisations.See more
El Pe√Ī√≥n

El Pe√Ī√≥n

El Pe√Ī√≥n beach in Arucas is a 150-metre long beach of rock and pebbles. It supports a strong swell that makes it attractive for wave sports. It is a pleasant spot to enjoy natural pools at low tides.See more
Quintanilla

Quintanilla

Quintanilla beach in Arucas is a 160-metre long beach made up of sand and pebbles. It is a black sand beach, which at low tide you can spend a great afternoon relaxing and enjoying the sunsets….See more
Abama

Abama

This recently remodelled beach is located in an area that forms part of the Abama Hotel complex. Even so, access to the beach is completely free of charge.See more
Los Marrajos

Los Marrajos

Los Marrajos beach in Arucas is a 110-metre long beach made up of sand and pebbles.See more
La Enramada

La Enramada

This beach is located next to the road, and is accessed by going down some stairs that are not in very good condition. It has a strong swell, so certain precautions should be taken when bathing.See more
La Fuente

La Fuente

La Fuente beach in Arucas is a sandy beach 170 metres long.See more
Callao (Las Bajas)

Callao (Las Bajas)

It is a wide beach near the port of Guímar, without any kind of equipment and little used by bathers.See more
Las Coloradas

Las Coloradas

Las Coloradas beach in Arucas is a 170-metre long bowling beach.See more
El Puertito (Playa de G√ľ√≠mar)

El Puertito (Playa de G√ľ√≠mar)

A small beach located in the port of Guímar, it has a promenade and offers calm waters to the numerous visitors.See more
Los Charcones

Los Charcones

In the vicinity of Puertillo de San Andrés is Los Charcones. Los Charcones beach in Arucas is a 175-metre long beach made up of sand, gravel and pebbles.See more
El Socorro

El Socorro

This beach is more than one kilometre long, has a strong swell and is not very popular with bathers.See more
Callejoncitos

Callejoncitos

It is a small beach with a low number of bathers.See more
El Puertillo

El Puertillo

El Puertillo beach in Arucas is a 120 metre long sandy beach. The beach has basic services such as disabled access, toilets and parking.See more
El Monis

El Monis

Located in a rather degraded area, this beach does not have very good conditions for bathing.See more
La Veta

La Veta

It is a small beach with a low number of visitors.See more
Charco las Palomas

Charco las Palomas

Charco las Palomas beach is a rocky bathing area on the steep coast of Arucas.See more
San Marcos

San Marcos

It is a secluded urban beach, equipped with a promenade and a variety of other services, which contributes to the high number of visitors.See more
Las Salinas

Las Salinas

Las Salinas is a bathing spot between cliffs on the steep coast of Arucas. Situated in an unspoilt area, at the foot of an old salt mine, to reach this spot you have to walk a short distance.See more
Santo Domingo

Santo Domingo

It is at the end of a road that descends the cliff. It does not offer any kind of service.See more
Playa La Grimona

Playa La Grimona

This beach is next to El Socorro beach and is made up of pebbles, which at certain times of the year has a large amount of black sand.See more
Punta Gorda

Punta Gorda

This beach is located in an unspoilt area framed by cliffs, in the municipality of Agaete, in the northwest of the island of Gran Canaria. This small rocky beach has strong waves.See more
Troche (Los Troches)

Troche (Los Troches)

It is a bowling beach that does not offer any infrastructure.See more
Los Roques (El Bajío)

Los Roques (El Bajío)

Playa de los Roques is a small bowling beach accessible by a dirt road. The beach is close to the urbanised area.See more
La Guancha (Punta de la Guancha)

La Guancha (Punta de la Guancha)

Another of the small coves located to the northwest of the municipality of G√°ldar, Gran Canaria Island, situated in an unspoilt and isolated spot, it can be reached on foot. It is a rocky beach, windy and with strong waves, where it is necessary to take precautions….See more
El Navío (Piedra el Navio)

El Navío (Piedra el Navio)

A beach with strong waves that does not offer any kind of service and is not frequented by bathers.See more
Playa Punta Brava (Playa Grande)

Playa Punta Brava (Playa Grande)

Beach next to Playa Chica, with black sand. It offers an excellent level of services that make this beach very popular with the public.See more
Lagarto (Bco. Simón)

Lagarto (Bco. Simón)

Lagarto beach in G√°ldar is one of the small coves located to the northwest of the municipality of G√°ldar, on the island of Gran Canaria, accessible by a dirt track. Its transparent waters are ideal for scuba diving.See more
El Beril

El Beril

It is a sandy beach with calm waters, annexed to the Duque beach, which has been recently refurbished.See more
Arrastradero

Arrastradero

Arrastradero beach is another of the small coves located to the northwest of the municipality of G√°ldar, on the island of Gran Canaria. Located in an unspoilt and isolated spot, it can be reached on foot. It is a windy beach with strong waves, where it is necessary to take precautions….See more
Aguadulce

Aguadulce

A beach next to that of San Juan, made of pebbles and gravel. It has no services.See more
El Roquete

El Roquete

It is a beach with a moderate influx of people. There are hotel and catering services in the vicinity.See more
Risco Partido

Risco Partido

Playa de Risco Partido is a small beach located in the municipality of G√°ldar, on the island of Gran Canaria, accessible by a dirt track and then you have to walk a little, its descent is dangerous, but its charm lies in the seabed of the beach, where you can see the …See more
Las Ceras

Las Ceras

A pebble and gravel beach, with no services of any kind.See more
Arenal

Arenal

A long beach bordering the cliffs. It does not offer any kind of service and has complicated bathing conditions.See more
Martorell

Martorell

Martorell beach in G√°ldar is a small beach, located in the municipality of G√°ldar, island of Gran Canaria, on the edge of the inlet that bathes the town of Sardina.See more
Puerto Muelas

Puerto Muelas

Pedro Muelas beach, located in Yaiza, is a sandy beach of 130 metres in length. Campsite in the area.See more
San Juan (Bajamar)

San Juan (Bajamar)

The beach is bordered by a pleasant promenade along which you can take long walks. It is equipped with good infrastructures.See more
Sardina

Sardina

Beach, located in the northwest of the island of Gran Canaria, protected from the trade winds by the beautiful bay flanked by the Farall√≥n de T√°bata to the southwest and by the Lomo del Faro to the northwest. It has basic services such as access for disabled people….See more
Caleta del Congrio

Caleta del Congrio

Caleta del Congrio beach, located in Yaiza, is a sandy beach 280 metres long.See more
El Apio

El Apio

This beach is located in an area of plantations and suffers from strong waves, which makes it necessary to take certain precautions when bathing.See more
El Muelle

El Muelle

Playa del Muelle is a small beach of sand and pebbles. It is located in the municipality of G√°ldar, island of Gran Canaria, between Sardina beach and the port of Sardina. The beach has basic services such as toilets and parking.See more
El Papagayo (Loro )

El Papagayo (Loro )

El Papagayo beach, located in Yaiza, is a sandy beach of 120 metres in length.See more
El Roquete

El Roquete

It is located in the municipality of G√°ldar, on the island of Gran Canaria. The undulating coastline traces shallow arches, which serve to form secluded beaches. The beach of El Roquete sits below the cliffs that surround it, after the small port of…See more
La Cera (Cerita)

La Cera (Cerita)

La Cera beach, located in Yaiza, is a sandy beach 157 metres long.See more
El Ancón (Santana)

El Ancón (Santana)

Access to this beach is complicated as it is located at the bottom of a cliff. The conditions for bathing are not very favourable.See more
Paso del Salgo

Paso del Salgo

It is a sheltered and rocky bathing area on the coast of G√°ldar, although the area is windy and there is a moderate swell. It is located in an unspoilt and isolated area, accessible only on foot or by boat.See more
La Cruz (Playa del Pozo)

La Cruz (Playa del Pozo)

La Cruz beach, located in Yaiza, is a sandy beach of 320 metres in length.See more
Los Patos

Los Patos

It is a 900 m. long beach located at the foot of a protected cliff, in an area of private properties dedicated to cultivation.See more
Playa del Tebeto

Playa del Tebeto

Golden sandy beach, difficult to access, windy and isolated.See more