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35580 Playa Blanca, Las Palmas, Spain
Must see in Canary Islands
A calm beach in southwest Gran Canaria
Amadores beach is southwest Gran Canaria is a tranquil man-made beach perfect for relaxing in the sunshine. The beach is sheltered by two dykes so its waters are always calm and its white sand full of sun loungers perfect for sunbathing. You can float for hours in the calm waters here as there are no ball sports or watersports on the beach. Watching the sun set behind Teide volcano over in Tenerife is the perfect way to round off a day on Amadores beach.
A disabled-friendly beach close to Puerto Rico
Amadores beach is linked to Puerto Rico resort by a seafront promenade just a kilometre long. Amadores sits in a bay surrounded by hotels and apartments and has had Blue Flag status since 2004 thanks to its quality services: Lounger and parasol rental, paid parking and restaurants and shops right by the sand. Amadores has amphibious chairs, handrails, buoys and everything needed for its disabled visitors to enjoy a safe swim.
Gran CanariaGran Canaria is just a little small continent, an island near European countries, with a selection of shorelines as diverse as the changing scenery it hides away. Slightly below 60 kilometres of beach locations along 236 kilometres of coastline, under a soft sun which appears to have settled here once and for all.
There will be the busiest and most widely known beaches, including the large stretch out of sands at Maspalomas, an extended strip of fantastic sand that begins at Playa del Ingl?s completely along to the fantastic lighthouse at Maspalomas, around a desert of dunes bathing the southern hint of the island.
Guests will also find another group of seashores at the southern, quieter family beach locations, like at San Agust?n, the beach at Amadores or small one at Puerto de Mogan.
Alternatively you may choose the more energetic traditional visitor enclave of Puerto Rico, reknowned for having one of the better climates in the united states.
Buenavista del Norte
Buenavista is the last northern town in Tenerife; the road ends here, beyond which all you find is the rocky fortress of the Teno Mountains. But the charm of this northern village is not only about its stunning scenery – it was declared a site of Cultural Interest for its historic streets and for the numerous examples of small traditional houses which combine different traditional styles brought in by the Spanish conquerors.
A walk through ancient streets and plazas
Your visit should begin at the church and the Plaza de los Remedios, a meeting point for locals. Around the square you can see buildings from the 16th and 17th Centuries, which have been restored with great care and which give the town centre its stamp of individuality. In the main streets there are small tiled houses, like the Calle el Chorro, at the end of which you can find the old public laundry sites, of great ethnographic value. To finish your visit, you simply must stop by the awarding winning cake shop El Aderno.