Playa de Las Conchas is one of the most enchanting beaches in all of the Canary Islands. Its calming atmosphere invites you to relax on its white sand and enjoy the views of the rocks scattered around the Chinijo Archipelago. It is a real paradise for visitors, are you coming?

Where is Playa de Las Conchas?

The Playa de Las Conchas is in the northeast of the island of La Graciosa, far from the town of Caleta de Sebo or any other hamlet on the island. It is the perfect place to disconnect and enjoy the unspoilt nature of the Canary Islands.

Playa de Las Conchas
Playa de Las Conchas
Playa de Las Conchas
Playa de Las Conchas

Features of Playa de Las Conchas

Name:
Playa de Las Conchas
Municipality:
Teguise
Town:
La Graciosa
Public transport connections:
No
Windy:
Sometimes
Sand:
White
Number of visitors:
Low
Waves:
Yes
Family Friendly:
Yes
Sports:
No
Parking:
Yes
Showers:
No
Lifeguards:
No
Length:
600 m
Surroundings:
Isolated in the heart of nature.
Pets:
No
Accessibility:
Average difficulty

It is a 600m long white sandy beach. Its location in the north of the island means that there are some trade winds which do affect the beach, meaning swimming can be a bit dangerous at times. However, despite the tides on this coastline, this beach is a serene place where you can enjoy yourself. It is a perfect spot to read a book, take pleasure in the silence, and to disconnect.

How to get to Playa de Las Conchas

Frequently Asked Questions:

Is it a windy beach?

There is not always wind, but sometimes the waves are very strong which can make it difficult to swim at this beach.

What type of sand is there?

It is a beach with white sand.

Does it get busy?

It is busiest during the summer. Nevertheless, it is still a relatively peaceful beach.

Is it family friendly?

It is recommended for families, however, take special care with children due to the current sin the sea.

What sports can you do at the beach there?

It is not a great beach for any water sports, but you can play with a bucket and spade and enjoy other activities on the sandy beach.

Is there parking?

You can park close to the beach.

Are there showers?

No

Does this beach have lifeguards?

No

Is this beach suitable for wheelchair users?

No, this is not a beach that is recommended to people in a wheelchair due to the currents and strong tides at the beach.

Are pets allowed on this beach?

Pets are not allowed, just as with other parts of the island’s coast. Despite this, there are often some local dogs.

Climate at Playa de Las Conchas

The weather is usually pleasant, with mild temperatures of (20-25°C) thanks to the winds that blow in this part of the island. Between March and June the beach can be windier than during other parts of the year.

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