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Dunas Club apartments

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Hi, still trying to get my bearings of where we are staying. How far is it to walk (we are pensioners so don't walk overly fast) to the Dunes or the Old Town. We do enjoy walking, stopping for a cheeky beer and people watching. Will we be able to do this please. Thanks

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Hi Jennifer-stayed Dunas Club (dec 2008). 5 mins to harbour/old town area. Hotel to start of Dunes area-for us, 1 hour steady walking along coastal path on the beach. You may prefer to catch the bus to the 2 hotels on the beach & walk around from there & bus back? Depends on how you feel/capability of walking that far in the heat etc. Be careful-the sun can be strong & if it's windy, you may not notice the strength either. There are many places to get 'cheeky cervezas' in the old town/main street & the various side roads too! Hope this helps!

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Dunas Club are in a great location for you, an easy flat walk to the old town and close to the harbour where you can get a bus to the dunes.

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There's a very nice walk around the bay, one that we do most Sundays but in the opposite direction. But it's a long way from the end of the hotels in town to the two RIU hotels in the dunes, and it's tough walking on sand and occasional rocks. Still, I know people who do it regularly.

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You may prefer to catch the bus to the 2 hotels on the beach & walk around from there & bus back.

Not quite sure what you mean. 'Two hotels' sorry if I am being a bit blonde lol

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Jennifer, on approach to Corralejo (from airport) as you see the large expanse of sand/beaches, there will be two large hotels that are set on the beach. These are the Riu Tres Islas & Riu Oliva Beach Hotels. They are the furthest places to stay outside of the main tourist area of Corralejo. Personally, we would rather be in Corralejo itself & walk /run to the hotels. The local bus stops at these hotels which for some is the easier option of getting there for only an euro or two. The beaches here are akin to being in the Caribbean & there are a few beach bars scattered around as well as a small shop on the road for thirst quenchers. Think there's a small café bar there too. Google & see-hope this helps you blondie!!!

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