This is the incredible Playa de Maspalomas in the south of Gran Canaria, which limits from Playa del Inglés to the Faro de Maspalomas. In its 6 km route it has an area reserved for the most naturists, authorized as a nudist beach (between the beach bar 3 and 4 in Playa del Inglés). Within its limits is the Maspalomas Dunes Nature Reserve made up of three ecosystems: El Palmeral, La Charca and Las Dunas. Come to know and let yourself be seduced by these natural sites of exceptional value and of great tourist and scientific interest that have been declared as protected areas. Here you can also practice different water sports such as surfing, bodyboarding, longboarding or paddle surfing. The meeting of riders is between the curve that connects Maspalomas with Playa del Inglés. As long as the conditions are favorable, you can enjoy one of the best waves in the south of the island, if the conditions allow the force of the west to pass, it will delight us with an almost endless right.
Maspalomas is a resort town in the south of Gran Canaria, in Spain’s Canary Islands. It’s known for its vast expanse of coastal dunes. These encompass the Maspalomas Dunes nature reserve. It contains several ecosystems, including the La Charca Lagoon, palm groves and the dunes, rich in birdlife like plovers, snipes and herons. The tall, slender Maspalomas Lighthouse has been operating since the late 19th century.
The Canary Islands, a Spanish archipelago off the coast of northwestern Africa, are rugged volcanic isles known for their black- and white-sand beaches. Tenerife, the largest island, is dominated by the sometimes-snowy active volcano Mt. Teide, which has its own astronomical observatory and is part of Teide National Park. Tenerife hosts a huge pre-Lent Carnival in the capital, Santa Cruz de Tenerife.