Thousands of footprints can be seen among the eternal sands of the Dunas de Maspalomas (Maspalomas Dunes), a mixture of desert and oasis located on the southern coast of Gran Canaria.

The Maspalomas Dunes are a Protected Natural Area with the category of Special Natural Reserve since 1994, but it was first declared a protected area in 1987. This immense sea of sand occupies almost 404 hectares. Together with the Oasis of Maspalomas and the Pond of the same name, they form a group whose differentiated ecosystems have a unique natural and scenic value in the world.

San Bartolomé de Tirajana, Gran Canaria, Islas Canarias

Photo Taken: April 20, 2023
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