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This is one of the perfect beaches , with low to half tide this beach is always protected from the ocean, for a long swim or snorkeling.lifeguards on duty , showers toilets available, and if u want some shadow or a coffee/snack, u always got...More
Awesome for Snorkelling! Overall nice clean beach with plenty of decent restaurants. Has outdoor showers.
Go to Playa Chica and all around are reefs and tons of fish, swim out a few 100 meters and enjoy!
Miles of glorious beach and promenade for long walks surrounded by shops and restaurants. There are many water sports such as surfing, snorkelling, swimming, boating, as well as beach games like volleyball, beach tennis, boules. If you want to relax the sun loungers and parasols...More
A good beach for a city. It is kept clean, lots of windsurfing and a promenade/boardwalk which is suitable for wheelchairs chairs.
At west end of beach there is the auditorium and also Las Arenas Commercial Centre that has a Carrefour hypermarket. Parking there is...More
Excellent stretch of beach with loads of room and not too many people. Fantastic for snorkelling and chilling. It's great to be able to leave the beach and have a great selection of cafe's and restaurants to choose from and then a stroll into town...More
A clean beach. I'm not sure our photo images are quiet as good as a number on Trip Advisor. We were here in April and off a cruise ship. There were only a few people on the beach and it wasn't quiet the golden colour...More
A lovely very long about 2 miles sandy beach. The beach is cleaned everyday, they even plough it to keep it flat and smooth. There are areas for hotel sun beds and areas for the public to use. The beach is surround by a huge...More
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Yes, go to the bus stop outside the arrivals building and take the Express bus into town. It costs about four Euros maximum. The luggage goes in the hold below and you can buy the ticket in cash from the driver. The bus... More
Yes, go to the bus stop outside the arrivals building and take the Express bus into town. It costs about four Euros maximum. The luggage goes in the hold below and you can buy the ticket in cash from the driver. The bus stops in several places (look online for Global bus services Las Palmas and you will find the number of the buses and timetables), including the central bus station at San Telmo (best for the old town) and then goes on to Santa Catalina (for the las Canteras beach resort).