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Puerto del Carmen has over six kilometres of spectacular beaches. It’s south-west orientation protects you against those strong winds.  Its fine, golden colour sands, interrupted with lava streams form small and peaceful coves. Turquoise waves break on the shore: a paradise for everybody. The three main beaches are Matagorda, Pocillas and Playa Grande, all of which hold the distinctive “Blue Flag”, which is granted by the European Union as a result of the quality of its water, clean sands, infrastructure of its facilities as well as access for families with children, elderly persons and handicapped persons. All the beaches have lifeguards during the daytime. The promenade is 13km long and is the longest in Europe, making it ideal for walking or cycling. There are a wide array of cafeterias, bars, restaurants, shops, children’s playground’s, even gym equipment, therefore including all ages, be it children, young people,adults or elderly people. All of these facilities are set in a peaceful and romantic setting, with a constant pleasant sea breeze.

Puerto del Carmen has over 6 km of superb golden sand beaches. Thanks to the coastline’s ideal location, Puerto del Carmen beaches maintain their enviable climate so you can swim in the sea, at pretty much any time of the year. There are seven beaches with a wide selection of services for bathers as well as uncountable coves which ensure privacy and tranquillity for those who wish to be accompanied by the soothing sound of the waves.

Puerto del Carmen has superb beaches, with 6km of coastline. It’s south-west orientation protects you against those strong winds. Its fine, golden colour sands, interrupted with lava streams form small and peaceful coves. Turquoise waves break on the shore: a paradise for everybody. The three main beaches are Matagorda, Pocillas and Playa Grande, all of which hold the distinctive “Blue Flag” which is granted by the European Union, as a result of the quality of its water, clean sands, infrastructure of its facilities as well as access to them for families with children, elderly persons and handicapped persons. All the beaches have lifeguards during the daytime. The promenade is 13km long and is the longest in Europe, making it ideal for walking or cycling. There are a wide array of cafeterias, bars, restaurants, shops, children’s playground’s, even gym equipment, therefore including all ages, be it children, young people,adults and elderly people. All of these facilities are set in peaceful and romantic surroundings with a constant pleasant sea breeze.

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