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All reviews great promenade marina rubicon lovely walk flat walk ferry port seafront promenade town end western end eating and drinking places bars and restaurants sandos papagayo hotel sea front coastal walk las coloradas princesa yaiza few drinks tapas
Having a hotel by the beach, we used this thoroughfare to walk between the lighthouse and the Rubicon marina. A flat boulevard in the main with a couple of small bridges in which to crossover some watercourses. An easy walk by daytime, however, I did...More
Nicely done walkway taking you around the coastline. We went from our hotel to Playa Blanca and while it is commercialised (shops, bars, restaurants) you don’t get accosted the whole way and it’s easy to chill out watching the waves along the sea walls. Check...More
Like other places we have been to the promenade links up a lot of places and gives a great view of the coast line.It starts/ends at our Hotel Th Sandos and winds all the way into Playa Blanca..we even had a nice breeze helping to...More
Great promenade now (almost) fully completed linking Marina Rubicon through Playa Blanca to the Lighthouse at Pechiguerra point. Probably a 2 hour gentle (flat) walk with quite a few beer stops along the way. A nice walk with great sea views.
Great promenade from los Coloradas near the papagayo beaches to the lighthouse at the western end of Plsya Blanca. It is very easy walking for most of it and wide enough for people on mobility scooters or by cycles to use as well. Though the...More
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it's at Playa Blanca on the south of the island and stretches for several fairly flat miles along the coast. mainly used by (elderly!) visitors wandering along. The surface is brick built, a bit like cobbles but not so hard... More
it's at Playa Blanca on the south of the island and stretches for several fairly flat miles along the coast. mainly used by (elderly!) visitors wandering along. The surface is brick built, a bit like cobbles but not so hard on the feet. Hope this helps - good luck!