After following a winding, steep path for at least five or six hours, or else skirting the rocks when travelling by boat from Mogán or Agaete, you come to the Barranco de Gui-Gui and its beach, an unspoilt natural paradise precisely because of its difficult access. The only inhabitant here is a woman who owns a little shop where daring tourists and a few people who have built a second home at Gui-Gui do their shopping. The fact that hundreds of people keep coming to this ravine and beach, despite the difficult access, is evidence of its true worth. For more information, contact City Hall at the above number.
Attractions & Landmarks
- Nearest Train: Bus: 38