Maspalomas Dunes (Canary Islands) Reviews
Newest Review: ... hotel complex and leads directly down to the beach. The beach is not visible from the front of the hotel so every time I set eyes upon it I never cease to be amazed by its size. Before you climb down the steep footpath that leads down to the dunes you will have probably taken some photographs from the viewing platform at the top but just before you reach that I would suggest that you check out the visitor centre. This little building at the side of the footpath can be easily missed but is well worth a visit. Inside there is an exhibition gallery showing how the area was created and there is also information on the fauna and flora that can b... more
Customer Maspalomas Dunes (Canary Islands) Reviews (1)
by - written on 09/08/10 (Very useful, 182 readings)
The Dunes of Maspolamas are a very bizarre sight when you see them for the first time and they serve as a stark reminder that the nearest landmass to the Canary Islands is the West Coast of Africa. Beyond that African coastline the Sahara Desert is a mere stones throw away. I've seen the Sahara Desert (in Southern Tunisia) and visually at least there are many similarities at first glance between that and the Maspolomas Dunes. That said however when you explore these dunes a little closer you quickly realise that this is a unique environment that is quite unlike anything else on Earth. Situated on the southern coast of Gran Canaria the Dunes of Maspolomas form ... Read the complete review
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