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  • Kevin T
    Swindon, UK50 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We were staying in Corralejo, the beach and sand dunes are absolutely beautiful, the sea is so clean and warm and the dunes go on forever so finding a quiet space to spend the day is not a problem. If you are in the Corraleco area go and enjoy nature at its best!
    Written 2 May 2024
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  • Lynette B
    19 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Hands down the best beach in Corralejo. Known to some as the Dunes this beach is beautiful. It's immaculate. Golden sand for miles and the sea water is on a other level. It's like paradise. Turquoise waters with great waves to jump. We visited today and there's now a cafe and a pop up bar selling drinks of all kinds, food and ice creams. Not the cheapest but certainly well needed on the beach. We paid €10 including tip for a taxi to and from the beach from our accommodation. 100% worth a visit.
    Written 24 April 2024
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  • swiftearth
    United Kingdom114 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Our 2nd time Acua Water Park .

    It hasn't really changed since our last visit (12 years ago):-

    Positive - lots of different slides all although they could do with introducing some new ones. Kids pool is good. A fun day out. Sunbeds are free. The wave machine was fun. Food was pretty tasty.

    Negatives - food and drinks were a little expensive. Not 100% clear what slides kids can use and what they can't. They charge additional for dinghy's but you don't really need them when it is quiet. The photographers photographs are very expensive, maybe there should be some better deals on those.

    All in all a fun day out though.
    Written 5 June 2024
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  • BCSC
    Middlesbrough, UK28 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    A must visit when in Corralejo. Part of the old town which is beautiful. Some great bands were on when we visited. Great for kids too!
    Written 8 June 2024
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  • David D
    Devon, UK25,289 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Sunday 4th February and we walked across the beachfront from Corralejo to our Hotel Riu Palace Tres Islas. It is a distance of about five kilometres, along the way we walked across a number of beaches that form the Grandes Playas de Corralejo, including this one.

    This is one of the larger beaches and is home to Surf and Kite School, ideally situated due to the windy conditions in this section of the coast. It is a beach that is favoured by wind and kite surfers.

    Like all of the other beaches it comprises of golden sand with some lava sheets along the waterfront washed by the surf and waves of the Atlantic Ocean.

    This is also one of the few beaches with sunbeds and umbrellas to rent.

    It is easily accessible and there is parking along the road, FV-1 at the back of the beach. Due to the popularity of the beach the parking area is usually very busy and congested.

    From our Hotel balcony, normally in the morning, in was a wonderful sight to see the sky above the beach filled with numerous colourful kites. Hence the name of the Beach as the kites resemble flags.
    Written 10 April 2024
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  • Michael M
    6 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Visited Isla Lobos with Noviera Nortours' ferry 'Majoero'. Booked through TripAdvisor and so glad we did. Arrive 20 mins before, the ferry is at the far end of the harbour near where the large Olson cruise ship moors. Relaxed and friendly crew, glass bottom to view the marine life, space on deck or in covered seating area.
    We stayed on the island for 3 hrs which was perfect for a bit of sunbathing and snorkeling in the calm waters of the lagoon.
    On the return trip we managed to sit on the bow seats and we were warned that we would get wet - that was no understatement! The spray from the bow hitting the waves absolutely soaked us and it was so much fun!!!! I'm sure the Captain was hitting the waves on purpose for the effect! We were all laughing and cheering the whole way back, it was a great way to finish a lovely day. Don't miss a trip to Isla Lobos with these guys.
    Written 7 August 2021
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  • David D
    Devon, UK25,289 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Wednesday 7th February and we visited this rather special beach on the northern tip of Fuerteventura. It is located roughly eight and a half kilometres from Corralejo and the drive takes about twenty minutes. Although it did feel a lot longer.

    Turning off the main road, Avineda Juan Carlos 1, it looks likes the entrance to an open space car park. This leads on to an unsurfaced track which follows the coastline, twisting and turning along the way.

    The beach is called Playa del Bajo de la Burra. However it is more widely known as Popcorn Beach, because of the white rhodoliths. These are small pieces of rock that have been covered in algae and then calcified over time.

    The white 'Popcorn" is a stark contrast to wild and rugged black lava formed coastline on which the waves of the Atlantic Ocean crash.

    There are no facilities on this beach, it is ideally a place to visit to see this natural phenomenon, have a walk about, admire the scenery take photos and move on.

    It is not permitted to remove rhodoliths from the Beach. There are notices requesting that visitors respect the environment.

    Also from this Beach there are views across the Ocean to the island of Lanzarote.
    Written 8 February 2024
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  • Irishholidaymakers
    Naas, Ireland459 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Stunning ,a must see if you in the area and the main beach just across the road, plenty of free parking along the roadside
    Written 22 June 2023
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  • AndyCorns
    Bury, UK663 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Have a lovely walk round Corralejo which included a short visit round the Puerto de Corralejo. Also went back when sailing over to Lanzarote

    The Puerto de Corralejo is a nice busy area with bars, shops and restaurants all in easy walking distance
    Written 8 March 2024
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  • Robert B
    18 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great market on Thursdays and Sundays, lots of unusual things to buy, as well as some a great number of shops, some selling items much cheaper than elsewhere. So go soak up the atmosphere, shop a little, and then sit in one of the many bars and people watch. Knocks the market in Playa Blanca in to a cocked hat.
    Written 9 July 2023
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  • johnhp702
    Derby, UK19,723 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Shopping centre on the main street, stands out as it is always well lit, decent selection of shops to browse.
    Written 26 November 2023
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  • David D
    Devon, UK25,289 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Friday 4th December, last day of our holiday and we spent the day on this beach. We walked here from our hotel Rui Palace Tres Islas, with Corralejo at our backs, it took about 15 minutes.

    It is situated within the Dunas de Corrallejo and betwern Playa Baja de Negro and Playa de los Matos.

    There are no facilities or sunbeds and umbrellas here. The old natural shade is from the odd clump of wild bushes along the beach. There are also  small "corralitos", circular walls built with rocks and stones, they provide shelter from the swirling sands and the winds off the Atlantic Ocean.

    The beach is predominately flat with golden sands and undulating dunes towards the back of the beach. There is also roadside parking behind the dunes, more than 60 metres walk to the sea.

    Like most of the other beaches along the Dunes, this one is also popular with naturists.

    From the beach we could see the 2 Rui Hotels and Los Lobos in the distance.
    Written 29 December 2020
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