Mogán itself is not by the sea, but inland, but thanks to the Puerto de Mogán district, it is connected to the coast. It is thanks to her that it is one of the most popular resorts on the island, with beautiful beaches and preserved traditional Canarian buildings.
The town is surrounded by picturesque landscapes. Plateaus cut by gorges descend towards the ocean and the coast. The shady interiors of the gorges are filled with lush vegetation. The surroundings are perfect for walks and longer hikes.
However, what attracts most tourists to Mogán are the local beaches and the possibility of relaxing by the sea. The most famous of them is Amadores Beach, situated in a secluded cove, covered with golden sand. It is well developed and has developed facilities as well as an offer of recreational and sports activities.
Puerto de Mogán is a picturesque former fishing village. Currently, the former fishermen's houses have been turned into intimate guesthouses and apartments for rent. The town attracts mainly people who like peace and quiet and the unhurried life of a seaside settlement. The local port is very nice, with a district cut by canals, called Little Venice. You can find many restaurants here that specialize in fish and seafood dishes.