This happens to most people here. Having just arrived at Meloneras it dawns on you that the clocks practically grind to a halt.

The only ones to measure time are those of all the joggers who fly by along the Promenade.

Sportsmen are the only ones concerned with minutes or hours, as they count down the time as they make their way along the long avenue which starts out in the Faro de Maspalomas.

Dodging in and out of the music on the terrace bars, past the spas and restaurants next to the ocean, they run along the winding maritime promenade that follows the coastline up to the last bend, where out of the blue the Meloneras beach comes into view.

This little beach which is found at the end of the walkway bathed in great weather, ready for a lazy, lazy, but very lazy, stroll.



The Meloneras Golf Course is an absolute oasis of palm trees and lakes, with the nature of the Canary Islands all around.

This Golf Course, 18-hole par 71 golf course, is located right next to the sea.

It is located strategically between the natural reservation of the Maspalomas dunes and the yacht harbour of Pasito Blanco just in front of Meloneras beach. At the same time, the course have panoramic views of the island´s mountains, a luxury that is coupled with an envious climate that enables golfers to practise this legendary sport all year long.

An amazing place to see, a dessert of sand dunes right beside the sea. There’s is no other place where you can experience this in the so called, first world.