Gran Canaria

Despite only being the third largest of the Canary Islands, Gran Canaria is an incredibly popular holiday destination for everyone – families, couples and groups of friends!

Playa del Ingles

In the south of the islands, Playa del Ingles is the most visited resort, as a result of its large sandy beach, incredible shopping and overwhelming selection of clubs and bars. You can also find a wide selection of restaurants which cater to British tastes. If you are looking to cater for the family Maspalomas, just along the road, has an abundance of family-friendly resorts. Why not visit Aqualand for a fun day out?

Golf  lovers

Golf lovers can visit Campo de Golf 73 for a bit of golfing action, or if you are looking for a luxurious holiday packed with spa treatments and glamorous boutiques, head to Meloneras for an upmarket holiday.

Beaches

Gran Canaria really does have something for everyone. Maybe you enjoy fabulous beaches, with seemingly endless beaches, or perhaps bustling resorts are more to your taste. From throbbing clubs to traditional villages this wonderful island will have something for you.

Scenery

The island has so much variety of landscape it has been described as a mini continent. It plays home to stunning mountain scenery from this almost Alpine landscape you can descend into lush tropical forest, continue your journey down to the coast and round of your day in a sophisticated bar or restaurant. Gran Canaria offers  a wide variety of holidays, available in one small island.

Weather

Gran Canaria enjoys year round warmth and sunshine with very little seasonal variation. Summers are hot and dry while winters are just slightly cooler with a few showers. The island is the third largest of Spain’s Canary Islands, often called ‘Islands of Eternal Spring’ due to their enviable climate.

The Canaries sit far south of mainland Spain, close to the west coast of Northern Africa. The islands’ southerly location, on the same latitude as the Sahara, means they are much hotter than mainland Spain in the winter. However, they are generally much cooler than might be expected at this latitude due to the surrounding sea, the cool Canary Current and northeast trade winds.

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