Gran Canaria now has 16 Blue Flags
Gran Canaria continues to wave the Blue Flag, Arinaga (Municipality of Agüimes) is the latest beach to get the Blue Flag. An international quality standard that only goes to the beaches with clean water, well equipped with all facilities including access for disabled persons, with bathrooms and good environmental standards
Now the Coast of Gran Canaria has reached the number of 16 beaches with the Blue Flags. It’s a record number of the Blue Flag awards and more than any other of the Canary Islands has. The Blue Flag awards contribute to the growth of sustainable tourism, care of the beaches and the surrounding area, thus ensuring a greater interest in this part of the world.
Here in Arinaga begins a journey of the senses even before arriving in the marvellous south of Gran Canaria, through the blue colour and the characteristic seaside town is one of the essential elements of the east of the island.
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Here in Arinaga begins a journey of the senses even before arriving in the marvellous south of Gran Canaria, through the blue colour and the characteristic seaside You don’t have to worry about the less attractive part. We will take care of all the bureaucratic procedures that this dream can become reality.
Today, thanks to this new goal, the Cost of Gran Canaria reaches 16 beaches with blue flag, now has a record number of blue flag awards more than any other of the Canary Islands.
The Blue Flag awards contribute to the growth of sustainable tourism and the care of the beaches and the surrounding area, thus ensuring greater attention to the territory.
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Here a list of all 16 beaches, which have a blue flag.
- Las Canteras, Las Palmas
- La Garita
- San Agustin
- Playa del Inglés
- Los Charcones, Gemeinde Arucas
- Sardina, Gáldar
- Hoya del Pozo