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These dunes are really a sight to behold and allow for very nice photos however they are also made by nature and as a result can be a little unpredictable. When windy the sand can be a little painful and it should be remembered that...More
If you find yourselves somewhere in the middle of these dunes you will surely feel like you're in a desert ! Great place for meditation, beautiful in every respect, except for two things - strange naked men hiding in the bushes and human excrements... I...More
We went at sunset which was great and meant we could walk around more as it wasn't in the heat of the day. The sand was so soft, a cool experience feeling like we were in the dessert but also being able to see the...More
We as a heterosexual couple caught the free bus from our Hotel in Playa Del Ingles, along with many other holidaymakers, to visit this 'wonder' but from first drop off by the'nature reserve' area you have to walk past 'Tourist Information Reps" (Timeshare Touts -...More
This is a must. The photos don’t do any justice, you have to be there to experience how amazing the views are.
The Sand Dunes are really high, I’ve never experienced anything like this before!
We got a taxi from our hotel in Maspalomas and...More
We booked our holiday to be near the dunes as the images appeared so stunning - nothing compared to experiencing their vastness at first hand experience. The dunes change depending on the weather - calm unblemished sand when their is no wind to a sand...More