Here’s how to get to the Guayedra Beach.
The north of Gran Canaria is characterized by its rugged, wild coastline, full of places and corners hidden from the public. Far from the spotlight of the big beaches of the island, we find one that has a special charm: the beach of Guayedra. It’s also a perfect beach for nudism.
Located within the incomparable Tamadaba Natural Park, just below the Faneque cliff and just 10 minutes from the municipality of Agaete. Guayedra has a high geological value which, together with the flora and fauna, palm trees and volcanic rocks, make it a unique landscape on the whole island.
As it’s a beach open to the sea, the waves hit its shores hard, so be specially careful when swimming. In fact, our recommendation is that you visit the beach at low tide, as at high tide the wind is very strong.
Playa de Guayedra is also located right at the mouth of the Barranco de Guayedra ravine, where you can enjoy one of the best sunsets on the island, with Mount Teide in the background, if the weather allows it.
How to get to Playa de Guayedra
Playa de Guayedra is a beach that combines black sand and pebbles, with a length of 200 metres long and 48 metres wide.
You can get to Barranco de Guayedra and its beach by car, bus or by foot. Here’s how:
How to get to Guayedra Beach by car
If you want to get there in your own car you can take the GC-200 from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. It will take you around 45 minutes to get there.
If you’re coming from the south of the island, take the GC-1 towards the capital and join the GC-200. It’ll take you approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes.
In the following link you’ll find the exact location and route to get to Guayedra Beach by car:
How to get to Playa de Guayedra by bus
If, on the other hand, you prefer to use public transport, you can also get to Guayedra Beach by bus.
Take bus line 103 from the San Telmo bus station in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Once you arrive in Gáldar, take bus number 101 towards Aldea de San Nicolás and get off at the Guayedra stop.
Here’s how to get to Playa de Guayedra by bus:
How to get to Guayedra Beach on foot
If you’re one of those adventurous people who like hiking, accept the challenge and get to the Guayedra Beach by foot. You can walk along a path that’ll take you to the beach in approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes.
For the route, you have to leave from the Port of Agaete and take the path that leads to Tamadaba, take a short stretch of asphalt along the GC-200 and connect with the path that leads directly to Guayedra Beach.
If you’re looking for a holiday accommodation near the beach, choose Dunas Hotels & Resort to spend your holidays in the company of family or friends and make the most of the sensation of discovering and enjoying one of the best and wildest beaches in the north of Gran Canaria, Playa de Guayedra.