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Walked from play de ingles to maspalolmas and it was lovely
Warning though for families nudist beach just at play de inlgles and a gay nudist beach just further round also many walking along the beach so OK for adults but I found it uncomforting...More
Just spent a week in Maspalomas and spent nearly everyday on this stunning beach,very sandy with stunning dunes and very safe bathing.
Also what makes this beach is the variety of people using it - families , naturists ,gays, singles just about everyone you could...More
Beautiful sandy beach stretching for miles. Loads of sun beds and restaurants and bars all along the coast. Great for families but no if you prefer peace and quiet. Heads for the more secluded beaches.
We went for a walk from our hotel and decided to cross the dunes, finally we found ourselves exactly in the middle of the nudist area ! The atmosphere around the place was so relaxing that we couldn't resist and joined the community in no...More
Read a lot of reviews about it being too hot to walk on desert during the day. So i waited until 18-18.30 before i went to visit the desert..
I went through the RIU palace hotel entrance and it was truly stunning to see the...More
We went to the market on Wednesday and got a taxi to the beach and we ended up at Playa de Ingles. We walked from there all around the dunes back to maspalomas taking us roughly 1 hour 45 mins but we were paddling and...More
My husband and I travelled here with a Royal Caribbean cruise excursion, Unfortunately, the day was cloudy and the beach was a few hours from the port. While the ride over was pleasant and we were able to see a lot of the communities on...More