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Guide to all the beaches on Gran Canaria

Guide to all the beaches on Gran Canaria

The Tourist Board says that there are 82 beaches in Gran Canaria: We stopped counting at 100 and won't stop looking until we've got every single beach on the island right here. Here's our Ultimate Guide To Every Gran Canaria Beach.

Welcome to the ultimate guide to Gran Canaria's 100+ beaches:  Whether you want a beach with a parasol and a pub or a stretch of black lava sand all to yourself this is the place to find it. 

Start with our guide to the Top 20 Beaches in Gran Canaria, or skip straight to the top secret local beaches

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Every Gran Canaria Beach

Every Gran Canaria Beach

Welcome to the Ultimate Guide To Gran Canaria's beaches. Whether you love the wild beach and dunes at Maspalomas, the beautiful Caribbean white sand at Anfi beach, the resort beaches at Puerto Rico and San Agustín, or the urban splendour of Las Canteras beach in Las Palmas, this is the place to find all the info you need to enjoy the beach in Gran Canaria. 

This guide covers all the beaches in Gran Canaria, from busy Playa del Inglés and Puerto de Mogán to hidden beaches that even the locals don't know about. We've photographed them all, even hiking down to remote Güi Güi and Faneroque on the west coast. 

Each beach comes with detailed information about the type of sand, occupancy level, access, parking and even our exclusive hippy rating. You can even locate each beach on our useful Gran Canaria beach map.

For information about Gran Canaria's famous nudist beaches, read our guide or download the Dare To Bare: Nudist Beaches Of Gran Canaria book.

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There are 82 beaches in Gran Canaria but only half a dozen are completely touristy. Of the rest most never see a mix of tourists and locals, especially at the weekends. If you want to spend time on a Canarian beach, something we wholeheartedly recommend, then use these tips to…
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