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Canary Islands Blue Flag beaches and Yacht Harbour

Canary Islands Blue Flag beaches and Yacht Harbour

The Blue Flag is an ecolabel, which is given each year by Environmental Education Foundation (FEE) in order to ensure sustainable development of beaches and marinas. Environmental and Consumer Education Association (ADEAC) represents FEE in Spain.

Blue Flag programme rewards efforts to achieve requirements that ensure excellence in water quality, environmental regulations compliance, services and facilities.

Water Quality, environmental education and information, environmental management, safety and service are taken into consideration to meet criteria of excellence.

In 2013 http://canaryislandsnews.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/smallcanary.jpgthe Canary Islands have received 42 Blue flags awards for beaches and 4 Blue Flags for marinas.

List of Canary Islands Blue Flag beaches and marina

Tenerife

Beaches: El Médano, la Jaquita, Troya I y II, Fañabé, El Duque, La Arena, Playa de Los Guíos, El Arenisco, El Socorro, San Telmo, Complejo Playa Jardín, Tacoronte: la Arena (Mesa del mar) and Playa San Juan.

Yacht Harbour: Puerto deportivo de Los Gigantes.

La Palma

Beaches: Bajamar, Los Cancajos, El Puerto, Puerto Naos and Charco Verde

La Gomera

Beach: Playa Santiago

Gran Canaria

Beaches: Las Canteras, El Confital, San Agustín, Maspalomas, Meloneras, El Inglés, Hoya del Pozo, Salinetas, Melenara, Amadores and Mogán.

Yacht Harbour: Puerto deportivo de Mogán and Puerto deportivo Pasito Blanco

Lanzarote

Beaches: Matagorda, Los Pocillos, Pila de la Barrilla, Playa Blanca and Las Cucharas.

Yacht Harbour: Marina Puerto Calero

Fuerteventura

Beaches: Grandes Playas, Costa Calma, Butihondo, Matorral, Gran Tarajal, Playa Blanca and La Laja.

 

 

 

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