The Canary Islands have a lot to offer us and the best thing is that some of these charms are so hidden that they are still unspoilt. This is the case of the beach in Gran Canaria that we are going to show you today.
We are talking about Güigüi, an impressive sandy area located in the west of the island, in Aldea de San Nicolás, specifically at the foot of a mountain massif declared a Biosphere Reserve by Unesco. Would you like to know more about this beautiful Canarian beach? Well, don’t miss anything we tell you below! I assure you that you’re going to love it!
Güigüi is an 800-metre beach that is protected by impressive cliffs and boasts very calm waters. Moreover, when the day is clear, it is possible to see the figure of Mount Teide from this spot, albeit a little blurred.
The only unspoilt beach in Gran Canaria
The best thing about Güigüi beach is that it has not yet been transformed by man. In fact, it is a secluded beach far removed from the mass tourism that can be seen in other areas of the island. In fact, some call it the only unspoilt beach on Gran Canaria.
The beach’s state of conservation has been possible thanks to the fact that it is a place that is difficult to access. To reach this sandy area it is necessary to take a long and difficult walk. Of course, it is also possible to reach it by boat, although this option is not available to everyone. However, as difficult as it is to get here, camping is not allowed, so visits to this place can only be for a day.
Here we leave you with our gallery, where we show you more images of this beach in Gran Canaria. Don’t miss it!