12 Answers

Still no sunbeds on the beach ?

Asked by: 18th January 2014

It makes the place look second rate.

 


12 Answers



  1. David myers on Jan 19, 2014

    Personally I think the beach looks far nicer without a pile of plastic scattered on it



    • Chiefy L on Jan 19, 2014

      I agree, the beach looks beautiful without the beds



    • hendry111 on Jan 20, 2014

      We to have used sunbeds in costa teguise twice a year for the last 8 years, non this christmas so now got our own sunbeds and an umbrela for 57.00 euros and left at them an apartment we rent for future use so we will not hire in the future and the beaches do look better.



  2. Tom Iles on Jan 19, 2014

    How can the lack of sunbeds make a place look second rate? The day they started to commercialise the wonderful area of Papagayo was the day I stopped going there. Sometimes progress is not a good thing.



  3. david charles hind on Jan 19, 2014

    Beach looks great now,love Lanzarote for the sun,the warmth,fresh air,the people and the entertainment.Hate the cancer beds.I will never waste my holiday time lying on a beach.



  4. Kitty on Jan 19, 2014

    Got to agree, the beach looks far better without the beds.



  5. Steve p on Jan 20, 2014

    Yes I am in full agreement the beach looks far better with out the sunbeds



  6. Fred on Jan 20, 2014

    I agree. Much better without the beds – anywhere…



  7. Tom Iles on Jan 22, 2014

    I see the invigilator has stepped in to not only censor but also stop the exchange of insults on the similar item above. Too much use of Jim Royle’s favourite word I assume?



  8. Stephen Andrew Mallon on Jan 24, 2014

    6 times last calendar year in Costa Teguise last time this January and personally the beaches look awful just full of rocks. Don’t think the local council knew what the bed workers did to keep the beach clean because they don’t give a monkey’s Just saying



  9. Tom Iles on Jan 31, 2014

    Looking at the webcam for the last week or so there doesn’t appear to be much need for sunbeds. Where has the sun gone?



  10. Steve p on Jan 31, 2014

    I was looking this morning and I saw one couple walking along and by the way they were dressed it looked cold there.
    I know when we were out there in November there were a few days where not so nice very windy