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Most Gran Canaria hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
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Whether you are looking for the fun and relaxation of a beach resort, the challenge of a hiking vacation through stunning volcanoes or a cultural tour through traditional towns, Gran Canaria will not disappoint. Mild winters and hot, dry summers make it a great destination any time of year. Choose this island for some delightful winter sun.
Watersports enthusiasts will rejoice, as the consistent warm winds around the beach resorts of Meloneras and Maspalomas on the south coast support great windsurfing and sailing. Relax and swim in calmer waters at secluded coves like Amadores Beach.
Be sure to explore the island’s largest city, Las Palmas. The imposing, gray Cathedral of Santa Ana in the heart of town is one of the island’s most impressive features, along with the extensive collection of pre-Hispanic artifacts at the nearby Canarian Museum (Museo Canario). One of the city’s highlights is the Casa Museo de Colón. This traditional, whitewashed building is devoted to the history of Las Palmas and the role of the Canary Islands in the transatlantic shipping trade.
On the south coast, see the Dunes de Maspalomas. This 1,000-acre (400-hectare) sand dune national park feels like the deep Sahara Desert and has an array of indigenous shrubs as well as migrating birds. Stroll along the marked paths or go on a guided camel safari.
Enjoy a different side of Gran Canaria by moving inland past pine forests and sheer cliffs to the small village of Tejeda. Relax in the fresh mountain air and hike to the Pico de las Nieves to take in sublime views from the highest point on the island. The immense, stone figure of the Roque Nublo to the southwest gives you an insight into the remarkable forces that have shaped this volcanic island.
Gran Canaria’s international airport is located in the capital city of Las Palmas on the island’s northeast coast. From here, drive to most towns and resorts in under an hour.
A: If the plan is to get out and explore the region of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria - Cuenca del Guiniguada, a rental car is a smart idea. Wind down the windows and find the best attractions and landscapes that this place has to offer. Not heading far away from the cities of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria or Telde? Your own set of wheels is the perfect way to veer off the beaten path. When it comes to Cheap Car Hire in Gran Canaria, we're here to help.
A: Your holiday to Gran Canaria will probably begin by flying into Las Palmas (LPA-Gran Canaria). This popular transportation hub operates 1,364 international flights every month.
A: Gran Canaria is teeming with wonderful accommodation. Apartments are traveller favourites. Hotels, private holiday homes and apart-hotels are worth considering too.
A: You can begin by picking your car, flight and hotel. Lock in as little or as much as you like. Next comes the more exciting stuff — booking fun activities and memorable experiences. With loads of amazing options to choose from, arranging your upcoming holiday in Gran Canaria will be easy.
A: We work hard to find you the best deals. So, when you combine your Flight and Hotel into a package, you know you stand to save a few dollars. Plan your getaway with us and hit the ground in Gran Canaria with some extra spending money.
A: If Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is on your itinerary, you have choices galore. The most frequented include Port of Las Palmas, La Vegueta and Poema del Mar Aquarium — visit them to discover why.
If you decide to base your adventure in Telde, it's worth visiting Bufadero de la Garita Natural Feature and La Garita Beach. You'll also have loads of fun at Barrio de San Francisco.
And last but not least, San Bartolome de Tirajana. Here, we'd suggest going to Riscos de Tirajana, Arteara Necropolis and Pilancones Natural Park.
Everything was really lovely.Nice staff and very good food.
First of all big Thank You to Michael (Belgium) from reception, it was my wife's 35th birthday and he managed to get us upgrade to Junior Suite on arrival with a wonderful views and huge room (we didn't ask) . Plenty of really nice food at any time, drinks on every corner, staff really nice, views ...
Lovely breakfast Very friendly helpful staff Rooms were great
Fantastic view from balcony (1 bed apt), hotel looks great after renovation only restaurant looks like "MC Donald" I didn't feel comfortable there. The food is still OK but now you have to stay in the queue if you need for example eggs/any hot meat/fish..
A very good hotel. Lots of parking spaces. A bit far to the beach but there is a free bus to the beach (3 times per day). Close to the Yumbo shopping center. 2 nice swimming pools, gym, football / basketball court, tennis court. Nice staff everywhere. My kids loved the evening animations. Large selection ...
Breakfast buffet was supreme. Salt water pool right after to relax
Stayed here in Feb 2020 all inclusive. Rooms are bright, modern and spacious. Very clean throughout. It'a a large hotel so it can be quite a walk if your room is on the extremities. Overall well worth a visit.
We arrived the day before the Corona lockdown in Spain. So all pools and amenities were closed. But the staff did absolutely everything to cater for us and make our stay more enjoyable. In the end the sun was still out and we came for the sun. We love Puerto de Mogan - this Hotel is the best on Gran ...