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Thursday, April 30, 2015

El Médano’s Lesser Known Beaches

The wind aside, the negative is that, at high tide, the main beach almost disappears, sending everyone scurrying for a patch of dry sand, or to slake their thirsts in the bars nearby. The good news is that El Médano extends further than most realize. It curves around to the point where Montaña Roja stands guard, the territory of wind surfers and kite boarders. Over the other side of Montaña Roja there is La Tejita, which I love – except for the parking problems on the holidays! Easter was super busy, and it made me think about other alternatives. There are several.

El Médano’s Lesser Known Beaches

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