Absolutely amazing huge beach, but goes under water in the second part of the day because water coming and flooding it. Will recommend for a whole day stay.
No comprise. You must see it through the whole day. According to the tide the beach become an impressionable laguna with the water deep just 30 to 50 cm. The beach, by its own, it's not particular, but the entire beach with the lagoon is spectacular. If you're not residing nearby consult before the tide calendar to get the best... More
We loved it here, watching the kite surfers and wind surfers. We kissed the World Championships by one day.The sea is so warm and a clear lagoon is formed in the afternoon. parking free and plentiful and beach café and toilet facilities good
This beach amazed me, it was like stepping onto a carribean beach. It was surrounded by sandy mountains and high dunes of white sands. The sea is bright blue and washes over the beach on high tide leaving you to walk between settled water to one side, with blue sea on the other as you walk along a platform of... More
This beach is remote from the main town of Jandia and is flanked by large sand dunes and natural vegetation . It is popular with naturists [ who seem to use the only one end ] and wind surfers. It has lovely sand and is very clean and not too busy. There is one surf shack where you can buy... More
I have been to many beaches and i can safely say that this is one of the most beautiful that i have ever seen. On the Jandia Peninsula, you can walk forever across shallow pools and see straight to the bottom for miles. Perfect for kids to splash around. Parts of the beach are very quiet and no one around... More
Playa Risco del Paso is a stunning beach, ideal for those who like to relax and those who like to wind surf. There is a sandbar that gets surrounded as the tide comes in and makes getting back to land an adventure! The beach bar is basic but serves a welcome cold drink.
The beach at Sotavento has to be seen to be believed.An expanse of wide flat white sand that goes on for miles.At high tide it floods with around average 6 inches of water that is so warm it is like being in the bath.It is the only place I have experienced were shoals of fish swim around your feet as... More
This lovely golden beach was utterly lovely. About two-thirds of the beach goers were naturist, one-third not. The sea is heavenly, with quite big waves. There is a small bar selling drinjs and food. But mostly it is very quiet and peaceful
I would recommend to rent a car and travel around the whole of the east coast (from Morro Jable, passing through Costa Calma, and all the way to Corralejo) there are some places on the west coast worth visiting but if you don't want or don't have the time to do it all at least do the east coast as... More
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