Zoco Negro

4.4
  • Address: Playa de Arinaga, Calle Colon, 9, 35118 Arinaga, Las Palmas, Spain
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  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Point Of Interest, Picnic Spot

Zoco Negro is a popular tourist destination located in Arinaga in Spain. This is a good place for swimming including the best scuba diving and other facilities. The sea water consists of wooden blocks and planks that helps in sunbathing and also serves as picnic tables. The swimming area is devoid of high waves as breakwater helps them stay away. Zoco Negro is the best place to get yourself involved in swimming activities for young as well as adults. The best time to visit this place is during the months of summer.

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  • Zoco Negro Address: Playa de Arinaga, Calle Colon, 9, 35118 Arinaga, Las Palmas, Spain
  • Zoco Negro Price: Free
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Zoco Negro Reviews & Ratings

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  • Nice village on the Atlantic shore. The place is free from crowds of tourists, so if you are looking for quite and visited mostly by locals place, this is it! Plenty bars and restaurants around, so you can find something you like. There are few places to swim and to get tan for sure. I recommend this place to all looking for local taste.

  • Really nice walk around the beach, lovely statues when walking around.

  • Beautiful beach. Especially lovely when the low tide is there. Take your snorkelling googls and go look at that beautiful underwater life (colourful fishes, different bottom textures etc). When high tide hits, there is not much coast line left, you can still swim but really nowhere to lay or sunbathe. There is sand and rocks. Also rockpools, what are nice for small kids to play in.

  • The low tide beach is nice but the real attraction for me is the pool - snorkeling here was amazing! I wouldn't have thought that many animals would be willing to live in such close contact with people since it has a man-made rock barrier to calm the waves and lots of people swim there but there are a wide variety of fish, sea slugs, sea cucumbers, urchins, and probably more. I could happily spend several days just snorkeling here.

  • Nice place for a walk.

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