What is the best beach in the Canary Islands?
Beach of Cofete (Fuerteventura)
The most famous virgin beach of all the Canary Islands: Cofete. It is a place that impresses both by its dimensions, and by the wild nature that surrounds it. In addition to an incredible beach of more than 12 kilometers in length, we can also enjoy the Jandía mountain range (with the highest mountains of Fuerteventura), which protects the entire beach on the east, the Islet, an island attached to the beach, del Roque del Moro, a gigantic rock in the sea placed vertically, of the enigmatic Casa de los Winter, or the small town of Cofete, with its fish restaurant, its viewpoint and its small exhibition hall on the site.
Beach of Nogales (La Palma)
Nogales is located northeast of the island of La Palma, in the municipality of Puntallana, a mountainous municipality that suddenly plunges into the sea by means of great cliffs and deep ravines. And it is at the foot of this cliff, tucked in a small bay open to the north where the black sand with shades of blue-gray, dotted with the occasional boulder-general tonic on the island, imposing walls behind it and a deep blue sea who longs to recover what was once his.
Beach of the Concha de El Cotillo (Fuerteventura)
La Concha beach is the last of a series of beaches protected by natural reefs, which are located at the exit of the town of El Cotillo, in the direction of the Lighthouse. Better known as Los Lagos de El Cotillo, the beaches in this area share the same characteristics: fine white sand, gentle waves, crystal clear and shallow waters, accessible parking a few meters from the shore. and therefore they are perfect for families with children.
Beach of Las Conchas de Teguise (La Graciosa)
The beach of Las Conchas is located to the north of the island of Lanzarote and flanked by the imposing Montaña Bermeja, it is an idyllic place from which you can see Clara Clara, Alegranza and the Roques del Este and Oeste with total clarity. The contrast of colors is impressive, the golden sand, the turquoise water with infinite blue shades, the gleaming white foam, the fire-red mountain with timid greenish vegetation, a wall of shiny black rocks, and everything under a clean blue sky and shining by an omnipresent sun.
Playa de Sotovento / Jandía (Fuerteventura)
Under the perpetual sun of Fuerteventura this sandy area develops.
Beach of El Papagayo de Yaiza (Lanzarote)
Encased in the extreme south of the island is this cove, almost enclosed, with transparent waters.
Beach of Las Canteras (Gran Canaria)
Las Canteras, is the most important urban beach of the Canary Islands. It extends over more than three kilometers and is endorsed with the blue flag and the Environmental Management System, certified by AENOR, according to the UNE EN-ISO 14001: 2004 and the "Q" of Tourist Quality granted by the ICTE.
Beach of Maspalomas (Gran Canaria)
The beach has solitary and isolated stretches, in which to practice nudism. From Maspalomas lighthouse to Playa del Inglés the nudist zone begins between the chiringuito 3 and 4. From Playa del Ingles to Maspalomas lighthouse the nudist zone starts between 5 and 6. The surfers have their place of encounter in the curve that links Maspalomas with Playa del Inglés. Walkers, nudists or surfers, all mix on the beach.
The Dunes of Corralejo (Fuerteventura)
After a long walk walking between large dunes you will reach the shore of the beach! Its sand, practically white, the color of its waters, the tranquility of the beach and the views of the island of wolves make it a beautiful place.