Bathed by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, it is one of the 7 islands that make up the Canary Islands archipelago. With 36 miles of beaches spread around 146 miles of coastline, Gran Canaria enjoys spring-like temperatures all year long.
Beach of Playa de Amadores
Stunning fine white-sand beach with crystal-clear waters of 800 yards in length, surrounded by a seafront promenade with access to numerous bars and restaurants.
Located in the quiet tourist area of Amadores, in southwestern Gran Canaria, is between the beach of Puerto Rico and the famous Port of Mogán, also known as “Little Venice” and considered as the place with the most days of sun in the whole of the European Union.
Part of the municipality of San Bartolomé de Tirajana, next to the famous tourist area of Maspalomas and Playa del Inglés, San Agustín is a quiet place without big crowds where you can find a large infrastructure of restaurants, shopping centres and bars. The beaches of San Agustín and Las Burras are two of the most beautiful and protected beaches in Southern Gran Canaria, suitable to enjoy all year long.