Playa del Inglés is one of the most famous beaches on the island and shares the name for the entire tourist zone Playa del Inglés, which translates to Beach of the English.
One of the most famous beaches of the island.
It has a length of 2.7km and is the eastern route to the promontory, where the beach bends 90 degrees and merges seamlessly with Maspalomas beach.The beach is made up of very fine golden sand and runs very shallow into the sea, depending on the surf and tides it is very well suited for swimming, please also note the local ads with the flags, as at low tide you should not be swim in this area of the sea. The beach is supervised by lifeguards.
Water sports and infrastructure.
There are plenty of water sports and action on offer including windsurfing, surfing, stand up paddle, water skiing, jet skiing, paragliding, banana boat, etcétera. The beach has several kiosks and plenty of beach chairs. There are volleyball courts and the beach is also popular with beach soccer players. He is cleaned regularly and there are showers and toilets. The beach is suitable for people with disabilities and there are also zones for nude bathing.
What is there around it?
Directly on the beach there is the large shopping center Anexo II with numerous bars. Restaurants, ice cream parlors and shopping. Behind it is a very large paid parking area. Behind the dunes of the beach runs parallel a long promenade, which starts at the Riu Hotel with a newly renovated observation deck and over which you can walk for a total of about 5 kilometers to San Agustín.