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Beaches between Jandia and Costa Calma
« on: October 23, 2014, 20:02:17 pm »
We're in Jandia mid November and wondered about the potential loss of sand off the beaches.

Noticed last year sand loss at El Salmo and Mal Nombre - any updates from recent visitors?

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Re: Beaches between Jandia and Costa Calma
« Reply #1 on: October 23, 2014, 21:20:44 pm »
We were there in late September.  Went to Mal Nombre on our first day, as my wife likes to rent a sunbed.  The beach, which was gloriously sandy last year, was a mass of black rocks and virtually deserted, we left!  El Salmo was very similar, although with a small patch of nice sand just north of the car park.  Sotavento was virtually identical to last year - lovely soft sand, gentle slope in to the sea, lots of happy naturists.
 

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Re: Beaches between Jandia and Costa Calma
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Re: Beaches between Jandia and Costa Calma
« Reply #2 on: October 24, 2014, 15:48:24 pm »
Esquinzo was in the best state that I have ever seen it. Two years ago, it was like Armageddon, & was blasted back to bedrock.

What the Atlantic gives, the Atlantic can take away