Playa Grande lives up to its name as it has more than 1km of golden sands and calm waters. This makes it one of the most visited beaches by tourists in Puerto del Carmen thanks to its sand, sea, beauty, and its large surrounding shopping district.
WHAT TO SEE IN PLAYA GRANDE?
Where is Playa Grande?
Playa Grande is in the municipality of Tias. It is an urban beach in the tourist hotspot of Puerto del Carmen, in the south of Lanzarote.
Features of Playa Grande
Playa Grande is one of the most scenic beaches on Lanzarote, however it can be busier than other parts of the island. Along its 1km of golden sand and crystal clear water, Playa Grande is also known for its wide range of facilities: showers, lifeguards, hammocks, parasols, and carparks. It has disabled access (with buoys, nets, and amphibious wheelchairs).
It is also surrounded by nature with gardens, palm trees, and volcanic rocks, making Playa Grande a really special place to enjoy a swim.
How to get to Playa Grande
Frequently Asked Questions:
no, calm water
During the summer season it is often very busy.
Yes, it has a lot of facilities and services for families.
It depends on the weather and sea conditions.
Yes, it has a carpark.
Yes, it has facilities such as amphibious wheelchairs, buoys, and nets.
Climate at Playa Grande
The weather at Playa Grande varies depending on the season. During the rainy season the climate at Playa Grande is cloudy; during the dry season the skies are usually clear. It is humid and warm almost all year round. On average, the temperature varies from 19ºC to 35ºC, dropping below 15ºC on occasions.
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Lanzarote is one of the most beautiful islands in Europe, but it is also one of the windiest due to its location and orographic characteristics. In fact, its beaches with perfect temperatures at any time of the year make the island of Lanzarote one of the tourist destinations chosen by people from all over the world.
What should you keep in mind about the wind in Lanzarote for your holiday on the island?
The eastern islands of the Canary archipelago have a particular arid climate that makes their winds also special. Thus, the islands of Lanzarote and Fuerteventura have a desert landscape and warm temperatures throughout the year that, together with the low rainfall, make up a very particular climate.
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