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Discover the Spanish beach with a huge natural lagoon by the open sea...
Thursday, August 4, 2022 @ 9:15 PM

The Canary Islands have a natural environment characterized by volcanic landscapes and paradisiacal beaches, which have little to envy those of the Caribbean. Its fine white sand, along with crystal clear turquoise waters make each of them a place worth visiting.

In addition, as if that were not enough, some of them keep a hidden secret that further increases their landscape value. This is the case of la Barca beach - Fuerteventura, in which a gigantic lagoon forms when the tide is high. This reaches about 4 kilometres in length and about half a meter deep, constituting a natural phenomenon that delights anyone who goes there.


This spectacular beach is located within the municipality of Pajara, in the northern area of Sotavento beach, in Fuerteventura, and is considered one of the best beaches on the entire island. Its white sand extends between 100 meters and 300 meters from the shore and is not usually very crowded, which avoids crowds.



One of the characteristics of this beach is the wind, which during the vast majority of the year is usually strong. This has given it one of the most important events in the world of Windsurfing and Kiteboarding, as it has been the venue for the world championship for more than 30 years.

This competition has given it international fame by bringing together thousands of people who love these sports. In addition, during those days the tourist offer congregates in what is known as the "Carpa", an area where you can enjoy a wide range of activities, gastronomy and nightlife. Events such as 'The 80's Party', 'Beer Party' or 'White Party', among others, are also held there.


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