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The beach of Guayedra is at the end of the Guayedra ravine an amazing natural place. Strong occasional currents although in summer with the low tide appears the sand and you can enjoy some baths.

The sunsets are incredible there  and you can get the beach by a 3km hike or  by road although you have to leave the car a little apart and walk about 10 minutes.

The beach has a nudist area.

Arriving by car to the Playa de Guayedra

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  • Lee May
    Lee May
    7 months ago

    The path to the beach is quite okay but you'd better have proper walking shoes. The View on the way to the beach and at the beach from both left side and right Side is fantastic! There are lot stones and the waves are quite strong, I did not swim.

  • Dušan Vondraček
    Dušan Vondraček
    5 months ago

    Not too easily approachable, but with a beautiful view. The hike to it is very scenic. The beach is fairly rocky and the waves can usually be quite rough, so we didn't have a chance to swim.

  • Daniel Lindovský
    Daniel Lindovský
    2 years ago

    Actually nude beach. Bumpy road and little hike down, but definitely worth it. Quiet place with only a few people and lovely sunsets.

  • Gustė Danilevičiūtė

    One of the most unique and amazing beaches I’ve seen in Las Palmas and in my life. Worth the little hike to get there

  • Zsolt Ferencz
    Zsolt Ferencz
    a year ago

    Favorite beach on the island with the black vulcanic sand and mountains around.

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