Punta del Rey - Adults Only

The Punta del Rey – Adults Only is just across the road from the harbour, with a bridge that takes you straight on to Puerto Rico’s wide, golden beach. Of course, you’ll be able to enjoy this lovely view every day, from the balcony in your room. All studios here are comfortable and well equipped, with a mini market right on your doorstep if you need it. To relax, take a dip in the outdoor swimming pool, or stretch out on the loungers under the shade, with refreshments on tap from the poolside bar. Meanwhile, giant chess, snooker and table tennis provide fun for families.

Overview of Puerto Rico

Sun-drenched beaches with a beautiful harbour, sheltered in the valley of volcanic rock, is the setting for this lively seaside resort. You’ve got great shopping , delicious restaurants serving up the freshest local seafood, and a range of water sports to keep the adrenaline running. And it doesn’t stop there…there are plenty of buzzing bars and clubs to keep you entertained until sunrise. With a host of local attractions, too, there’s never a dull moment on holidays to Gran Canaria.

Things to do in Puerto Rico

Take a stroll out of the Punta del Rey – Adults Only and you’ll soon run in to lots of restaurants and bars. For attractions, neighbouring Maspalomas has a world-famous lighthouse, and there’s a great water park a few minutes away by car. Don’t miss Sioux City, a Wild West theme park too. However, if you simply want to kick back and chill for the day, you have two great beaches to enjoy. There’s Puerto Rico Beach, just steps away from the Punta del Rey – Adults Only, and the horseshoe-shaped Amadores Beach further up the coast. This Blue Flag sweep of golden sand is a perfect hot-spot for water sports. With its spectacular position looking over the beach and marina at Puerto Rico, the Punta Del Ray is an ideal choice for relaxing with great food and great company.


Resort Summary

The two main beaches in Puerto Rico are pretty unique, and we aren’t just saying that – both are man-made, which means both had their sands shipped in from foreign locations. The tranquil Amadores’ shores came from the Caribbean, while the golden grains of the bustling Puerto Rico Beach came directly from the Sahara, making that first squish of sand between your toes that much more exotic.

A Blue Flag award-winning beach for its superior water quality and attention to environmental preservation, the Amadores is loud-music free, ball-game free stretch of sand, whose calm bay is ringed by a wall of rocks that keep the waves tempered. At the Puerto Rico Beach, relaxation-ready holidaygoers can rent sunbeds and stretch out underneath the Spanish sun while children splash in the lightly lapping water.