Activities - Leisure
At the Blue Ocean Camp you have a variety of Paddle Boards available for rent to explore the beautiful Bay of Tasartico.
- 8€ an hour.
- 15€ three hours.
If you are an expert, you can go SUP to the paradisiac beach of Güi Güi.
35478 Tasartico, Spain
Playa de Tasartico
Located at just a few steps from the Blue Ocean Camp, you can enjoy this beautiful natural beach with views to Tenerife and crystal clear waters.
Playa de Tasartico, Spain
At the bay of Tasartico you can practice snorkeling. The conditions are appropiate to observe the wonderful marine life in the area.
Rent at the Blue Ocean Camp the masks, snorkels and fins at an affordable price:
- Snorkel glasses 3€ three hours.
- Fins 3€ three hours.
At Blue Ocan Camp we offer areas to practice Yoga, Meditation and different activities.
If you need a Yoga mat, you can rent it at an affordable price:
- 2€ two hours.
Camping Tasartico, GC-204, Tasartico, Spain
Senderismo - Trekking
The surroundings of the Blue Ocean Camp are the ideal setting for hiking and trekking. From easy paths through the valleys, to demanding routes such as the path to the virgin beach of GüiGüi. More information in the additional links and at www.senderoslaaldea.com
Playa de Güi-Güi - Chico, Barranco, Spain
Hiking Güi Güi
From Blue Ocean Camp you can take one of the best excursions in Gran Canaria: The magical beach of GüiGüi, also called Guguy by the locals. Located in a natural reserve, this beach is in its purest and most pristine state. Reaching this paradise implies a demanding challenge that is worth doing. It is recommended to avoid high tide. Detailed information here: Ruta: Baranco del Asno (senderoslaaldea.com)
Since this tour requires an advanced level, you have the option of doing the excursion by boat, which allows you to access GüiGü beach directly by sea.
Our reception can inform you about these two options.
Trekking Mogan- La Aldea
This path trespasses the old royal road that linked La Aldea de San Nicolás with Mogán, crossing the Tasarte and Veneguera gorge. This is an almost rectilinear route of gentle ascents and descents, but somewhat hard because of the distance to cover but not for the hardness of the road or the steps to cross. It is a route in which you see yourself in the middle of an arid hillside, between lush palm groves and reed beds at the bottom of the ravine, crossing tropical fruit farms or tomato greenhouses.
A path that will show you a different point of view of Los Azulejos, green canals, orchards and landscapes of Gran Canaria.