What a fantastic experience visiting this beautiful area. Amazing beaches. Stunning views. A must do experience for anyone visiting the area.
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lovely walk from our hotel the water colours were amazing ,the currents can be dangerous at this part of the island so one needs to follow the flag instructions, whilst visiting in september for 2 weeks many days it was unsafe to swim , better...More
Easy to access on foot (a bit of a trek) or by bus. A lovely expanse of sandy beaches and dunes. There are jeep type safaris that you can go on.
Another beautiful area with great views of Lobos Island and Lanzarote. With a great coastline and loads of rock pools to explore when the tide is out.Discover some wonderful wildlife in the rock pools and be entertained by the many species of sea birds, wading...More
We visited the Playa Grandes on the edge of the national park. A great beach with life guards, nice rolling surf and suitable for families. Hundreds of kites and windsocks flying. We will be back. The dunes are beautiful, and there was plenty of space...More
Plenty of parking along the road side (FV-1a) Very windy and sea is rough so the sea isn’t really for swimming (red flag all the time) Surf school and a couple of little bars dotted along this massive expanse of sand dunes and beach no...More
This beach is superb. Crystal clear turquoise and blue water over soft sand The views out to Los Lobos etc are spectacular. There is a great beach bar that serves food