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History

Unlike the naturally occurring beaches on Gran Canaria the sands at Amadores Beach are in fact not natural sand at all, but are created specifically for recreation out of crushed corals.

Built more than 12 years ago the area was once just part of the open coastline with no significant sands.  But building breakwaters on the north and south created an partially enclosed area protected from natural waves and storms.

Filled with fine white sand, and backed by green gardens it is without doubt the nicest and safest beach on the island.

Protected by shark nets strung across the bay and with a pier built in 2005  for reaching water sports crafts it is a must see destination.