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Playa de Papagayo

Lanzarote, Spain
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  • Excellent59%
  • Very good29%
  • Average8%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible0%
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“dirt track” (51 reviews)
“clear water” (27 reviews)
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Lanzarote, Spain
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Reviewed today

We stayed at the Sandos Resort so it was a short walk across the waste area to this lovely beach. There wasn't lots of people enjoying it but be prepared to see some nudity, especially old men! Definitely a lovely place to spend some time.

Thank Stephen V
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Visited here in May 2017 so beautiful and crystal clear waters, so worth visiting it really is truly beautiful

Thank Becky L
Reviewed 4 days ago

Beautiful place, must see when you are on Lanzarote. Awsome viewings.€3 entry per car it is absolutelly worth that money.

Thank Anna K
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Near perfect beach very nice views clear water, cafe / restaurant on the top near the car park do have to pay €3 each to enter the area tho

Thank Manvsfoodie
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Lovely clean beach, excellent for children, nice and safe. Best to go by car, 3 euros entry per car is very cheap. Wouldn't fancy walking it though it's further than it looks and on a hot day would be very difficult and dangerous if you...More

Thank eddcowley
Reviewed 6 days ago

we chosen this plase basically for the missing of overcrowding; in fact used to the tourist prefere get relax in other beach. Not so difficult to reach by walk, is definetely one of place that it worth to visit in Lanzarote.

Thank Stefano G
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We found this beach on trip advisor and decided to take a look. We were not disappointed. Amazing views, fantastic beach and the location was divine. Great cafe and restaurant overlooking the beach serving great food at high but expected prices. Would return and recommend.

Thank Andy B
Reviewed 1 week ago

Despite a horrible drive from Playa Blanca to here, where you have to drive through proper volcanic desert, it is totally worth the amazing views, beautiful untouched beaches and tranquility. Also because of this not many people will be there, also in Lanzarote in general,...More

Thank SerdarSenay
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Some beaches are worth seeing no matter how difficult they are to reach. One such hidden gem is Playa de Papagayo. The beach does not lie within the accessible belt of tourists. Car is must and you should be prepared to take the drive through...More

1  Thank AnuSrinath
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Let's follow this dirt road...it must go somewhere....! We wound up at a beautiful little beach...surrounded by interesting rock formations and a welcome bar for when you've climbed back up the steps..

Thank Jocavee
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B F
We will be walking from Marina Rubicam, how far is it up the dirt track and is there any where to get a drink etc once we get there?
19 September 2016|
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Response from Mon L | Reviewed this property |
From Ave. A. Femes (going North, first tournabout to your right) there is the entrance to the reserve at about 1 km (free for hikers and bikes, not free for cars). After the entrance there is about 1-1.2 km to arrive to... More
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Danmc01
Can I use public transport to get from puerto del Carmen to papagayo beaches? Thanks .
2 August 2016|
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Response from almi_guerrero | Reviewed this property |
Not up to the beachfront because Papagayo Beach is located in a National Park But you can arrive to Playa Blanca and take a Taxi from rhere
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jontiward
I have visited Papagayo several times on previous visits, using hire cars, and there have been no problems. However in May 2016 I hired an ancient car from Orlando Rent a Car and returned it full of petrol and without any damage whatsoever. I now see from my credit card statement that 350euros have been taken from my credit card. On demanding an explanation, I was sent a photograph by Orlando of their vehicle in the car park at Papagayo. They informed me that I had breached their terms and that I was being charged for negligence and 'strain' on the car. Reading internet reviews of this company, I note widespread dissatisfaction amongst many customers who have had similar unwarranted deductions made from their credit cards. I understand that driving off-road invalidates one's insurance, should damage or an accident happen, but can see no justification for charging when no damage has been caused. Papagayo is a number one tourist attraction on Lanzarote which is visited by hundreds of cars. Although the access road is dusty, it has been improved recently and there are no damaging potholes. In fact the surface is quite smooth and better than many minor roads in the UK. I would be most interested to hear your comments. Thank you.
7 July 2016|
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