The Canary Islands are one of the most visited tourist destinations in Spain. The island of Gran Canaria in particular is one of the most visited. And it is something that does not surprise us due to its excellent subtropical climate, with invariable temperatures between 19º and 25º throughout the year. Its people, its gastronomy and its landscapes seduce and captivate both foreign and domestic tourists.
Gran Canaria has wonderful accessible beaches, where you can enjoy the sun and the sea, its golden sands, friends and family, alone or accompanied, where anyone should be able to access without problems.
What are the 5 accessible beaches in Gran Canaria?
More and more beaches in Gran Canaria are being adapted to people with reduced mobility (PRM).
Among them they stand out:
It is two kilometres long and its sand is very fine. Throughout the year you can enjoy a pleasant climate and calm waters.
It is considered one of the best urban beaches in Europe, as it has a Blue Flag, an award that is given for the quality of the water, its environmental management, and the safety of the beach.
The preferential areas for people with reduced mobility (PRM) have a shaded area, adapted showers, wheel-cleaning hoses, hammock rental service, sunshade loan services as well as amphibious sleeves, chairs and crutches, attended by the Spanish Red Cross. In addition, in both areas there are spaces reserved for parking vehicles for people with reduced mobility (PRM).
LAS ALCARAVANERAS BEACH
It is located in the north of the island, next to the sports dock. Almost a kilometre long. The beach has adapted public bathrooms and toilets, spas located in the central area of the beach with adapted apartments, access for people with reduced mobility and a children's playground.
It is a beach that has an extension of 600 meters, is certified with Blue Flag. It offers health and safety services, being a cardioprotected cove with a defibrillator to be able to attend any possible cardiopulmonary emergency. It has access ramps and wooden walkways, shaded areas for people with reduced mobility (PMR) amphibious chairs and crutches, showers, bathrooms and adapted spa, Parking spaces reserved for people with mobility problems and easy access from public transport stops, being a beach totally accessible throughout the year.
It's one of the biggest tourist claims of the island being a unique place to enjoy the perfect family vacation on the beach. It has almost three kilometers of golden sand and calm waters
English beach has infrastructures to facilitate accessibility and the well-being of people with reduced mobility (PRM) so that they can enjoy a day at the beach in the south of the island.
It is located in the south of Gran Canaria in the municipality of San Bartolomé de Tirajana.
It currently has the Blue Flag that recognizes the quality of bathing water, compliance with environmental regulations and the provision of health and safety infrastructure.