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“dirt track” (52 reviews)
“clear water” (29 reviews)
Lanzarote, Spain
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Small, light sand, clear blue water beach. Not crowded at all. Difficult access since it's just in between cliffs, you should be fit to do a little trekking and climbing. I was at the hotel mirador del papagayo, so by foot it would take 20-25...More

1  Thank Márcia M
Reviewed 1 week ago

The beach is away from the hustle-bustle of the city and is away from commercialisation.There are 4 beaches in the area and all of them are a must visit.The water is clean, clear and crystal-like which makes it a must place in Lanzarote.The beach is...More

Thank Avantika g
Reviewed 1 week ago

Lovely white sand you have to pay but only €3 not good for people with mobility problems great views

Thank PaulHoward2015
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This beach totally looks like in the tourist books. Emerald-turqoise water, white sand and beautiful location. If you want to drive and park your car near to the beach, you have to pay 3€/car. There is no public toilet but there are 2 cafés so...More

Thank szimonettal
Reviewed 1 week ago

A must visit when in Lanzarote - beautiful white sand and cliffs that shield you from the breeze make this the best beach we visited. Don't forget to take water and food with you if you are planning to spend the day - entry is...More

Thank IndependantFamily
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We loved this protected beach area. First, know there are several beaches in this area. The most busy, for sure, is the actual Papagayo cove. However, the water in all the beaches are absolutely beautiful. We chose to lay around on other, less busy beaches....More

Thank Jennifer F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Visited here on our last day just to take a look around but not to sunbathe as very cloudy and windy. Viewpoints and bays are simply stunning. Well worth the drive down the unmade road. You do have to pay €3 to enter the site....More

Thank Becky B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

You really need a car to get to, and appreciate, this beach There's a 3 euro toll when entering the 'park' that gives access to the beach. Well worth every cent. When we visited (mid May) there were no crowds, the beach was pristine and...More

Thank Harvey W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A friend and I walked to Papagayo from Playa Blanca after being told in the tourist information this was not possible and that we should get a boat (probably a bit of a scam to get money - walking there IS possible!). The walk from...More

1  Thank AdriaticAdventuress
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Very good location, the only thing is bad is the road to there and back (dirt road..). 3 EUR for this road... anyway the restaurant there is very good, location is excellent, beach is very nice.

Thank Hakka0709
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We will be walking from Marina Rubicam, how far is it up the dirt track and is there any where to get a drink etc once we get there?
19 September 2016|
Response from Mon L | Reviewed this property |
From Ave. A. Femes (going North, first tournabout to your right) there is the entrance to the reserve at about 1 km (free for hikers and bikes, not free for cars). After the entrance there is about 1-1.2 km to arrive to... More
Can I use public transport to get from puerto del Carmen to papagayo beaches? Thanks .
1 August 2016|
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Response from almi_guerrero | Reviewed this property |
Not up to the beachfront because Papagayo Beach is located in a National Park But you can arrive to Playa Blanca and take a Taxi from rhere
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