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Parque Natural de Corralejo

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Corralejo, La Oliva, Fuerteventura, Spain
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Was a bit disappointed in the area as it used to be a lot more sandy, but as it is a Parque Natural ten ths is how it should be

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank margaretc
Reviewed 3 days ago

beautiful beach two sun beds and parasol 9euro grate view of the dunes bars a bit dear but 5 min walked to supermarket and got cheep bears and a large bag of ice if kept in shade lasted all day

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank johnsellars2015
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

I can’t believe I was so taken with this fairly desolate place but what a changeable and interesting landscape. Beautiful beaches and sea views one side and glorious dunes and volcanic debris the other. With a fabulous climate this makes for wonderful walking, and cycling....More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank sharonagius
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Some what a small beach to what I'm used to, but sufficient as it wasn't packed. It was lovely. Some nice places to eat. Marina and port near by. Need to keep eye on kids as volcanic rocks are very hard if they fall whilst...More

Date of experience: November 2018
1  Thank Ghanny
Reviewed 1 week ago

As well as the very popular beach area's the Parque Natural also includes the sand dunes and the scrub-land were you can wander without seeing anther soul, it is beautiful.

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank johnhp702
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Amazing stretch of undulating sand. Great views over to Lanzarote and Playa Blanca Even on a slightly grey day worth a visit to just walk and lose yourselves

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank ChazJJ
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Who can beat a beautiful beach, watched a beautiful sunrise and sunset and loved our early morning swims, late night sea views in the bars.

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Nomad22944540578
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The Grandes Playas are excellent. Parts feel like you are walking in a desert with huge sand dunes and miles of sand. Be aware that there is sharp shale and volcanic rock in the sand in parts, making barefoot walking uncomfortable. There are several areas...More

Date of experience: November 2018
4  Thank Exornitence
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

a must visit if your looking for somewhere to just watch the world go by. me and my boyfriend enjoyed just sitting here and having a picnic.

Date of experience: June 2018
Thank misspoet85
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This beach is massive and when we walked down to the sea front there were loads of kite surfers, it was interesting place to chill and watch the kite surfers do there thing.

Date of experience: April 2018
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Lucie B
December 7, 2018|
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Response from Domokos82 | Reviewed this property |
Hello,in this case I recommend Playa Sotavento(Risco del paso) which is grate also and more accessible.Corralejo dunes may be little difficult for someone with wheelchair.have fun.
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Dave S
February 12, 2018|
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Response from Shecha035 | Reviewed this property |
There wasn’t in the area we were at as we had a car and went to quieter part. There appears to be beds available at the beginning after the RUI hotels. Presume there might be toilets there.
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Bigfamilyontheroad
September 17, 2017|
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Response from darrong347 | Reviewed this property |
yes, there are a number of places near the ferry port and numerous places along main Street.
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Anne S
Guernsey, United Kingdom
Visiting National parks by public transport from Malaga (9 Replies)
My partner and I will be in Malaga this coming week and are staying in an Airbnb quite near the train and bus station. Of course we will be watching the Semana Santa processions during the evenings and walking the city during the day to see the main sites. We also are planning a day trip to Córdoba by train. We also like walking in the countryside and would welcome some advice on visiting nearby areas of natural beauty, such as the Parque Natural de Los Montes de Malaga. We will not have...More
March 18, 2016|
Response fromArturoCArturoC|
ab2pcs You beat me to the punch. I was also going to recommend El Caminito del Rey. A very popular day trip from Málaga. Great views of the gorge. El Caminito del Rey (English: The King's little pathway) is a walkway, pinned along the steep walls of a narrow gorge in El Chorro, near Ardales in the province of Málaga, Spain. The name is often shortened to Camino del Rey (English: King's pathway). The walkway had fallen into disrepair and was partially closed for over a decade. After...More
Gabriela M
Macedonia, Ohio
best spots to stop by from Lisbon to Faro? (6 Replies)
Dear people,where should we stop by our way from Lisbon to Faro? We were considering Parque Natural de Arabida then Porto Covo, Vila Nova del Milfontes and Odesceixe before going down to Faro. 1. Shell we just drive by all these places and stay in Faro or shell we stay one night in Odesceixe and then continue down the road? 2.Are there other places that we shell visit on the way or these few are the best spots ? THANK UUUUUU
July 31, 2017|
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When?
Gabriela M
Macedonia, Ohio
whatrs worth stopping by on the from Lisbon to Lagos by car. (7 Replies)
Dear people,where should we stop by our way from Lisbon to Faro? We were considering Parque Natural de Arabida then Porto Covo, Vila Nova del Milfontes and Odesceixe before going down to Faro. 1. Shell we just drive by all these places and stay in Faro or shell we stay one night in Odesceixe and then continue down the road? 2.Are there other places that we shell visit on the way or these few are the best spots ? THANK UUUUUU
July 31, 2017|
Response fromMacKnickKnack|
Perhaps you would create less confusion, and therefore get better responses, when asking basically the same question that you asked some 6 hours ago, if you changed ALL occurrences of "Faro" in your original question to "Lagos", rather than just the one in the title. You need to start thinking more than 2 days in advance when you're going to a foreign country - so many more options that way,