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Maspalomas Lighthouse

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Year first constructed  1890
Markings / pattern  unpainted tower
Height  56 m
Province  Province of Las Palmas
Construction  stone tower
Focal height  60 metres (200 ft)
Opened  1890
Phone  +34 928 76 92 62
Maspalomas Lighthouse
Location  Maspalomas Gran Canaria Canary Islands
Tower shape  cylindrical tower with balcony and lantern attached keeper's house
Address  Plaza del Faro, s/n, 35100 Maspalomas, Las Palmas, Spain
Similar  Gran Canaria, Palmitos Park, Holiday World Maspalomas, Aqualand Maspalomas, Parque Bot├ínico De Masp

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The Maspalomas Lighthouse (Spanish: Faro de Maspalomas) is an active 19th century lighthouse at the southern end of the Spanish island of Gran Canaria, in the Canary archipelago. It lies at one end of the Maspalomas beach, 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) south of the resort town centre, next to the area known as the Maspalomas Dunes.


The lighthouse is a distinctive landmark in the resort, and is the tallest masonry lighthouse in the Canaries at 56 m (184 ft), being superseded only by the more modern 59 m (194 ft) concrete Morro Jable lighthouse on Fuerteventura.

With a focal height of 60 m (197 ft) above the sea, its light can be seen for 19 nautical miles, and consists of a pattern of three flashes of white light, over a period of thirteen seconds.

Maspalomas lighthouse faro de maspalomas gran canaria


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