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My friend says prostitution is legal in Gran Canaria. Is this a problem in Maspalomas in the night? He says he stayed in Playa del Ingles and him and his mates were propositioned by them every single night as they walked along the street. Also, is there the same problem in Puerto Rico? Well, I have been here for long time and I have never seen it! Maybe you can find a person normally a man offering some flyers for a 'show with girls', but if you say no and keep walking, that would be it!
Your kids will not realize that! I beg to differ Its was certainly prevalent outside the Kasbah in Playa Del Ingles a few years ago during kick out time at the bars. My friend went last year with his mates, and said there were loads of prostitutes out soliciting for business every single night. He said this was in Playa del Ingles though, rather than Maspalomas. Maybe Meloneras or Puerto Mogan can be what you are looking for Depending of your budget, one or another , as they do not have a crazy party area an they are full with families This is correct.
The only thing that annoys the hell out of you in Maspalomas are the gypsies hanging out by the walkway to the beach trying to flog you horrible bracelets. If you head to the Maspalomas light house, there are loads of places to eat so it surprises me that people are saying the opposite. You also have Melonaras next door which has more restaurants, some by the sea front and some tucked away in the centre. I am kind of thinking you should explore the areas of Puerto Rico concrete city in places and Puerto Mogan quiet but quaint , though you will be just fine in Maspalomas.
Would you suggest there are enough places to eat out around Maspalomas? We like to eat out every night, but don't want to be spending a fortune. It sounds like we may have to go into Playa del Ingles to find more restaurants, or are there enough locally? I've stayed in Puerto Rico once before, but this was in about I liked the beach there, and it certainly had enough restaurants back then. Not sure if it's changed over the years?
From the concerns you've raised on the forum, I'd strongly suggest you look at meloneras as a base. Lots of places to eat out in meloneras itself and you're unlikely to see anything which is likely to lead to curious questions from your young family.