▷ Guayedra beach 🌊

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Guayedra beach is one of the most paradisiacal and natural beaches of Gran Canaria. It is located in Agaete at the end of the ravine of the same name. The mountainous landscape found here within the Tamadaba Natural Park makes this enclave a unique place to fully connect with nature.

Panorámica de la playa de norte a sur. Montañas y acantilados de la zona oeste de Gran Canaria.

We are on a beach that is very exposed to waves and strong currents, so you have to be very careful here. I recommend coming here at low tide as this will expose the sand of the beach and make it easier to access. At high tide and swell it can even be dangerous to go into the sea on the large rocky boulders. Check here for the wave and tide forecast for Agaete. There are also days when the sea is more relaxed and these are undoubtedly the best days to come and enjoy this natural paradise.

Zona norte de la playa, al fondo se observa Agaete.

It is a nudist beach, one of the few on the island, so if you practice naturism, don't think twice, this is the beach for you. The name is of Guanche origin and it was the last area occupied by them. The maximum leader or Guanaterme, after the conquest renamed Fernando Guanarterme. He asked to be located in this ravine along with the rest of the survivors in exchange for their surrender.

Panorámica de la playa desde el risco con las montañas de fondo.

How to get to Guayedra beach?

How to get there by car?

You can reach the beach by car, as it has a dirt track, although there are only 4 or 5 places to park. Take the GC-200 road towards La Aldea de San Nicolás and at the ravine, on the right hand side, you will find the turning to the beach. Below you have the link to go with the GPS of your mobile phone.

How to get there on foot?

You can get to the beach on foot from Las Nieves beach, here is the link to the track of the path to get to Guayedra beach. You have to go in the direction of the Tamadaba Natural Park and then descend the ravine. The trail takes about an hour and a half and the scenery is incredible. In one section you will have to cross the road.

How to get there by Bus - Guagua?

From Galdar the bus line 101 leaves in the direction of Aldea de San Nicolás and you have to get off at the Guayedra stop and continue walking to the beach along the track and then a path.

Zona de arena y vegetación tras los bolos.

Where to stay at Guayedra beach?

Just before reaching the beach, among the abundant vegetation of the ravine, you will find the Eco Resort Redondo de Guayedra. It has different areas such as a swimming pool, gardens and typical rock houses, among which the cave house stands out. According to the comments of visitors, it is an incredible place to disconnect and relax with your partner or family in the middle of nature and with sea views.

 

Hotels in Guayedra beach and other accommodation

If you want to stay here, we have chosen several accommodations near Guayedra beach so you can feel the breeze and the smell of the sea. You can also stay in the aparthotels or tourist flats such as Los Chorrosgeneral.i La Jacaranda. And finally, villas and chalets such as Redondo de Guayedra, Las Candelarias II, Casa Nuria, Budageneral.i Casa Maria.

Playa de Guayedra - Panorámica de la playa de norte a sur. Montañas y acantilados de la zona oeste de Gran Canaria.
Panorámica de la playa de norte a sur. Montañas y acantilados de la zona oeste de Gran Canaria.
Playa de Guayedra - Zona sur con bolos.
Zona sur con bolos.
Playa de Guayedra - Zona norte de la playa, al fondo se observa Agaete.
Zona norte de la playa, al fondo se observa Agaete.
Playa de Guayedra - Primera línea de mar con grandes bolos.
Primera línea de mar con grandes bolos.
Playa de Guayedra - Zona de arena y vegetación tras los bolos.
Zona de arena y vegetación tras los bolos.
Playa de Guayedra - Panorámica de la playa desde el risco con las montañas de fondo.
Panorámica de la playa desde el risco con las montañas de fondo.

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FAQ's

What hotels or accommodation can I find in Guayedra beach?

Here is a list of hotels, flats and other accommodation near Guayedra beach.

  • Booking accommodation in Agaete
  • House Redondo de Guayedra
  • Chalet Las Candelarias
  • Chalet Las Candelarias II
  • House Casa Nuria
  • House Casa Maria
  • Apartments Los Chorros
  • House Buda
  • Apartments La Jacaranda

Did Guayedra beach receive the blue flag award?

Guayedra beach does not have the Blue Flag award.

Is there parking at Guayedra beach?

Yes, in Guayedra beach there is a parking area nearby.

Are there any beach bars, bars or restaurants on Guayedra beach?

No, in Guayedra beach there are no beach bars, bars or restaurants nearby.

Is Guayedra beach nudist or naturist?

Yes, nudism or naturism is allowed on Guayedra beach, or it has an area within it where nudism is practised.

Is Guayedra beach a beach where dogs and pets are allowed?

No, dogs and pets are not allowed on Guayedra beach.

Is it a good place in Guayedra beach to spend the night with a camper van?

No, in Guayedra beach there is no place to spend the night with a camper van.

Is there an area for motorhomes in Guayedra beach?

No, in Guayedra beach there are no special areas for motorhomes.

Is it possible to get to Guayedra beach by bus or other public transport?

Yes, there is a bus stop or other public transport near Guayedra beach.

What services are available at Guayedra beach?

The Guayedra beach has the following services:

How to get to Guayedra beach?