The blog of El Pais El Viajero has highlighted fifteen Spanish coves that fall in love for their beauty and spectacularity
Papagayo is among the fifteen limes that El Pais El Viajero blog has highlighted that they fall in love for its beauty and spectacularity, spread throughout the Spanish geography, being also the only one in the Canary Islands.
In December, the publication highlights that ” the southeast of Lanzarote looks golden in its sand , feels cold because of an Atlantic of greenish blue tones, it tastes like saltpeter, it sounds like a trade wind and smells of sand burned by the African sun. With Fuerteventura and the islet of Lobos in the background, the Papagayo cove, the most photogenic and delayed, which gives its name to the rest of the beaches of the natural monument of the Ajaches, served until the middle of the last century as an anchorage.
Children like their well-designed half moon; others practice snorkeling on their sides. But everything is secondary to the panoramic view that can be seen from the natural terrace that gives the cliff, next to El Chiringuito. The visual pleasure finds its maximum expression during the twilight “.
From the enclave of Playa Blanca there is a branch of asphalt first and then dirt. Environmental toll (3 euros), only to cars, from 9.00 to 16.00 (until 5.30 from June). They rent bicycles in Papagayo Bike (papagayobike.com). The descent has been conditioned with steps and wooden poles ensogados.
With this luxury of details describes the place the blog the site.
The other coves are
The other fourteen coves that the blog highlights are Es Talaier (Ciudadela, Menorca), Portiello / San Martín (Llanes, Asturias), Calas de Roche (Conil de la Frontera, Cádiz), Mataleñas (Santander, Cantabria), La Granadella (Xàbia , Alicante), Cala de Enmedio (Níjar, Almería), A Barcela (O Grove, Pontevedra), Cala Estreta (Palamós, Girona), Cala Fonda (Tarragona capital), Calas de Calnegre (Lorca, Murcia), Cala Conta (Sant Josep, Ibiza), Cala de los Déntoles (Cartagena, Murcia), Antuerta (Bareyo, Cantabria) and Jajuai (Pontedeume, A Coruña).