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Paseo de las Canteras | Belén de arena, 35008 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Gran Canaria, Spain
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Great place to relax and chill. Plenty of bars and restaurants around. Close to the old town. Only issue is the language even in the coffee shops.

1  Thank Krisztian B
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Very relaxing great beach with many bars and restaurants. Weather good. Get a gaugas bus pass from bus station as cheaper and bus service tops. City ok for shopping or meals.

Thank Michael W
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

There are very few places like Las Palmas city around the world, mostly because of Las Canteras. It is a 3+km natural beach of golden sand, clean water, and a maravellous promenade offering a wide variety of cafes and restaurants (btw, check out TripAdvisor for...More

Thank DanielMS85
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This beach with its promenade is fantastic, you have a long walk from the beginning till the end. A luxury in the city. Full of restaurants and cafes. Very relaxing after a stressful working day and very safe if you want to swim or dive...More

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The beach is very long, though very busy. Nice and clean beach with a lot of supermarkets and restaurants along the beach. If your not staying in Las Palmas you can take the public transport bus it is the cheapest way to get around. No...More

Thank oiradanil
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A long, beautiful and sandy beach stretching just on the outskirts of Las Palmas with a lovely promenade along. Full of restaurants, tapas bars and shops. Fancy some windsurfing? You'll get to the chance here as well, don't forget your swimsuit. Although if you did,...More

1  Thank Damian S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Its a beautiful place to visit but only for a few day. Really hard to get through to the spanish as they dont talk much english. No evening entertaiment anywhere. Do not bring your kids here as there is nothing for them to do exept...More

Thank Leanne R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

There is a natural rock barrier which protects the beach from high waves. The area is set up for people with physical difficulties making it easy for them to get onto the fine, golden sand. The promenade which skirts the beach is full of bars,...More

Thank robin v
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

“La barra” separates a large part of the beach from the ocean so during low tide it becomes a swimming pool full of fishes and things to see while snorkeling. The other part is a surfer paradise, world famous. Often there are sand sculptures especially...More

Thank Tomasz M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Great city beach if staying in las Palmas. Las Palmas is a nice change from resorts generally, plenty to see. Las Canteras was in full swing when we walked along the lengthy beach side promenade. The atmosphere was buzzing for Canaria day with locals dressed...More

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Response from AlexandraKP | Reviewed this property |
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
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3 March 2018|
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Response from mmartinf53 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry for delay, I was out of the country. No, the cruise terminal is on the other side of the city. Our city beach has zero pollution and fortunately has a reef barrier which helps its currents and waves. Flags are shown in... More