Our Top 5 Most Beautiful Beaches in The Canary Islands

Before starting with our top five, we must tell you about the diversity that’s found in The Canary Islands; black,
white, golden, and reddish sand beaches, and coves or natural pools worthy of any postcard await you at these spectacular varied coasts offering from incredible black sand beaches, to the endless white sandy paradise found in Fuerteventura.
With this variety needless to say how difficult it actually is to choose between so many stunning beaches; but we will give it a go.

1. Cofete Beach

One of the wildest and largest beaches of the canary Islands, it is hard to find adjectives to describe the magical beauty of this beach.
Located in the Jandía Península in the south of Fuerteventura, Cofete is a visual gift of endless golden sand and wild ocean where you will experience a sense of total freedom.
Getting to Cofete is not very easy, The road is made of dirt and stones, It runs for 8.5 kilometers, with difficult
sections, perfectly suitable for a 4×4, but nothing that cannot be overcome with a bit of driving skills, and
definitely worthwhile for visiting this majestic gift of nature.

2. Papagayo Beach

The Papagayo beaches are without a doubt, the most spectacular beach Lanzarote, thanks to the stunning visual contrast offerde by its fine golden sand and the turquoise blue waters.
It has almost two kilometers where you’ll find a few different coves, like Mujeres Beach, El Pozo Beach, and Papagayo Beach among others.
The access to Papagayo can be by car, or by the sea with any of the Catamaran trips offered from different parts of the island or as day trips from the neighbour island of Fuerteventura. This last one if one of the nicest ways as it offers a wider view of this magnificent strip of coast. Check out some of the deals we have prepared for you on a Catamaran Sailing Trip

3. Benijo Beach

This beach offers an incredibly beautiful landscape, a black sand wild beach in its purest form, you’ll feel such
peace, almost like time has stood still.
It is located in the North Coast of the island, in the Natural Reserve of Anaga, not very popular among tourists
despite being one of the most charming parts of the island.
When visiting Benijo Beach, make sure to go when the tide is low, so that you can enjoy the beach at its fullest.
The access starts by the road on a restaurant called El Mirador, and you will reach the beach after approximately
15 minutes walk on the steps.
Since it is a wild beach, bare in mind that no facilities like sunbeds, lifeguard, bathrooms are available, so it is
advised to bring your own set up, food and drinks.  If you want to enjoy the magnificent north coast of Tenerife from the heights, you might also want to consider a Paragliding through the North Face of the Island  experience.   One secret… its sunset.

4. Amadores Beach

This is another one of the many Canarian beaches that have nothing to envy the Caribbean stamps, and despite being an artificial beach it is precisely the fact that its white fine sand was brought from the Caribbean what makes this beach so special.
With its calm turquoise waters, it is perfect to enjoy with all the family.
The beach is located in the southwest of the island of Gran Canaria, connected to the tourist town of Puerto Rico by the one-kilometer-long promenade.                                                                                                                              Shaped like a bay, it is surrounded by a wide range of hotels,  apartments, bars, and restaurants, and has been certified with the Blue Flag since 2004 because of the high standards of its services.

5. Corralejo Grandes Playas

Fuerteventura is known mainly because of its spectacular beaches, and it is very difficult to pick only one, but the Corralejo Grandes Playas definitely stands out, with its more than 9km of coastline guarded by the Corralejo Sand Dunes Natural Reserve, with its white sand, and crystal clear water, forming a landscape that is a true gift to the senses, and has nothing to envy any of the most popular Caribbean beaches. It is located in the North of the Island, in the municipality of La Oliva this beaches will certainly take your breath away.

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