Located at the entrance to Las Palmas, this beach, abandoned by the local authorities until the 1990s, is now a place of ... More
Playa de La Laja
Located at the entrance to Las Palmas, this beach, abandoned by the local authorities until the 1990s, is now a place of relaxation for all those seeking peace and quiet, which other beaches lack. The construction of a dike in 1994 made it less dangerous to bathe here but made it a suitable place for beach sports, such as beach football or tennis and surfboarding. It has black sand, and is approximately 800 metres long.
The sandy beaches in the Pedregalejo neighbourhood are all made into separate, peaceful coves by enormous breakwaters made out rocks
that cut out the waves. In summer they are full of young people soaking up the Mediterranean sun. The ...
Widely considered one of the best beaches in the area, this four kilometer stretch of sand is protected from the
Atlantic's fury by an attractive rock and sandstone breakwater. It is the ideal place to watch the sun set ...
This regenerated beach with dark, almost black sand, is 800 meters long and close to the marina, attracting locals and
visitors alike. You'll see row upon row of deck chairs and sunshades, ten bars where you can have a ...