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The new aquarium “Poema del Mar” (Poem of the Sea) being built in the port area of ​​Las Palmas is being positioned to stand as one of the most modern and spectacular aquariums in the world
The town council of San Bartolomé de Tirajana has commenced stabilisation and beautification work on the slope that supports the Costa Canaria promenade in the El Veril area, above Playa del Cochino, near Playa del Inglés.

Playa Sardina del Norte

This romantic beach is located in North of the island, next to village Sardina, a small fishermen port, near Galdar. In the zone you can find some restaurants to try local fish if you plan staying all day. This place is perfect for the diving lovers as it has great conditions and marvellous underwater fauna and flora. During the weekdays it is quite calm for the sunbathing and relaxation. 

Sardina del Norte harbour squats improbably at the base of a crumbly cliff. It’s famous packed with scuba divers and local seafood lovers every weekend. It is one of the best places in Gran Canaria to see angel sharks and big rays, as well as amberjacks, and even tuna. The small sandy beach never have anyone except locals on.

Combine a day on Sardina Beach with a seafood feast at the restaurants by the harbour. Sardina del Norte is an odd place as the harbour is built right at the bottom of a huge cliff.

For non-divers the little golden beach is the prettiest in the north west and the local restaurants do great seafood. The tourist count is minimal.
Sardina del Norte’s the top place on the north coast with local restaurants sharing a signature dish: freshly-caught sardines, of course.

Beach Charactristics:
80 metres long.
40 metres wide.
Golden sand.
Windy, mild waves.
No Lifeguard
Non nudists

History
On the 11th August 1492, Sardina del Norte had its most famous nautical visitor. For sailing close to the port, Christopher Columbus noticed that the rudder of his La Pinta was damaged. He ordered the boat to be repaired in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, while he continued with the rest of his fleet to La Gomera. Although he did return here to check on progress.

 

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