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Tuesday, 03 February 2015 17:29

You've Arrived in San Agustín: Here's What To Do First

Sometimes we think there's a giant conspiracy amongst San Agustín fans to keep it quiet and off the radar. It's certainly the most tranquil and least-visited of Gran Canaria's resorts.

 

Once you arrive, check in and put on your warm weather clothes it's time to go out and explore. Head down to the beachfront for a first glimpse of the crowd-free golden beach. Turn left along the promenade and you start to climb up the headland towards Bahía Feliz. It's a dead end, but you get a great view north with tiny Pirata beach below you.

Turn right along the shore and the promenade stretches for kilometres all the way to the Maspalomas dunes and Playa del Inglés resort.

 For food pick a restaurant on the beach, such as the famous El Capitán or head inland to the San Agustín shopping centre. This is showing its age to be honest, but the Greek restaurant is great.

There isn't much else to see in San Agustín resort and that's a large part of its charm.

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