Dunas Maspalomas in Gran Canaria



The Maspalomas Dunes (Spanish: Dunas de Maspalomas) are sand dunes located on the south coast of the island of Gran Canaria, Province of Las Palmas, in the Canary Islands. A 404-hectare (1,000-acre) area of the municipality of San Bartolomé de Tirajana, they have been protected as a nature reserve since 1987. They were one of the contenders in the 12 Treasures of Spain competition.

They were formed by sand from the bottom of the ocean, during the last ice age, when the wind blew the sand towards the coast of the island.

Hot sand in places and it burns so watch out – that’s mainly near the dunes – basically big mounds of sand to climb up . Not exactly the desert but similar . Lots of nudists walking around on the beach . What can I say ? You won’t miss them . Lots of shops and restaurants around . Buses available . Good day out.

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23 comentarios en «Dunas Maspalomas in Gran Canaria»

  1. Very nice video. You have my Like😀. I think we Youtuber should support each other more and give feedback! I would be very happy if you come and visit me. 👋

  2. Porque esa musica Tendrian q poner musica canaria q es variada y super bonita No lo entiendo Gracias

  3. The dog was having so much fun. Very cute. I love it around there. Have been many times and depending on how fit you are will determine how much you enjoy walking around that area 🙂

  4. Estos europeos no saben de canarias.
    Además de playas evocadoras tenemos un folklore , una cultura propia.

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