History of San Agustín Beach

A very quiet tourist beach in Gran Canaria

In the south of Gran Canaria is the beach of San Agustín, in the tourist centre of the same name. It is a tourist beach that maintains all the advantages of accommodation and services, but it is also very quiet as it is less crowded. Even its nights are placid as they lack the typical hustle and bustle of a tourist area. The beach of San Agustín is perfect for relaxing for days at a time, but if its calmness is not enough, just a short distance away is one of the largest thalassotherapy centres on the island.

An urban beach of toasted sand near Playa del Inglés

The beach of San Agustín is an urban beach of more than 600 metres in length and soft toasted sand. With calm waters and little current, its waves are moderate enough to have fun with the little ones on the shore jumping waves. And on its long promenade, which connects to the south with the tourist centre of Playa del Inglés, there are many terraces, bars and restaurants where you can eat. There are sun loungers and parasols for hire, lifeguards, showers, free parking and connection with the Maspalomas bus network.

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