Playa de Amadores

Playa de Amadores is a beautiful white sand beach on the edge of steep cliffs. The south of the island is warm when everywhere else is cold. Amadores has a huge floating playground that kept up bouncing for hours. We had so much fun there.

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El Confital Beach and Overlook

El Confital is a wild rocky natural reserve at the top of Gran Canaria. There are no houses but people live in the caves, just like the Croods did, on the cliffs. There is great surfing and good hiking. We explored the tide pools, climbed on ruins and hiked to the lookout where we could see a beautiful view of Las Palmas.

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El Belen de Las Canteras aka Awesome

Every year in December, the city has a sand art nativity scene. The sculptures are bigger than I am and show religious scenes. It’s not just baby Jesus though as many of the sand sculptures show cool scenes of Canarian culture and history.

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Playa de Papagayo

Playa Papagayo is a famous cove with soft sand within the national park. It’s protected from the big wind and has amazing swimming. There are lots of tiny beaches within the park, so if this one is packed, just go to the next cove.

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El Bufadero Y Paseo de La Garita

La Garita is a super cute tiny beach town. It has nice beach front restaurants, very cool artwork, a fancy paved trail with lots to see.

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