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Gran Canaria is home to some of the best beaches in the Canary Islands and also in Spain. The island has around 240 kilometers of coastline and 60 kilometers of beaches, with different types of sand and landscapes, which means that everyone will find a place that is suited to his expectations. In this article, we'll look at Playa de Amadores: what it's like, where it is and why it's one of the best beaches in Gran Canaria.
Playa de Amadores is also recommended for people with disabilities since they have wooden pathways and amphibious chairs to facilitate bathing and a team of lifeguards whose service is provided from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. in the summertime and from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in winter.
This beach is wheelchair friendly and has a ramp leading down to the sandy beach. The facilities include a wheelchair-accessible toilet, showers and amphibious chairs.
Playa de Amadores is one of the most popular beaches in Gran Canaria for good reason. It has great facilities for disabled people, it's kid-friendly and the water is turquoise and clear, ideal for swimming.
Playa de Amadores is located in the municipality of Mogán, which is famous for its tourist towns, resorts and beaches.
Playa de Amadores is just a short drive from the airport and you don’t have to go far out of your way to get there either. You’ll find that it takes less than 30 minutes from the airport to reach this beautiful beach!
You can also walk to Playa de Amadores from Puerto Rico, as it's a lovely walk along the coastline and the entire way is paved and safe. It's actually one of the best walks in the south of Gran Canaria, it's pretty short, it took us less than an hour each way with all the stops for photos.
Playa de Amadores is one of our favorite beaches in Gran Canaria, along with Anfi del Mar, Playa de Mogan and Playa Costa Alegre in Arguineguin.