Destination Las Palmas (Gran Canaria)Destination Las Palmas (Gran Canaria)

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Vegueta

Step back in time in the capital’s old district. Cobbled streets, colourful houses and strikingly elegant woodwork clearly illustrate the island’s history since the 15th century.
Address: Vegueta district, Las Palmas

Puerto de Mogan

Puerto de Mogan is also referred to as the ‘Venice of the Canary Islands’ and is the place where yacht lovers “park” their boats and come ashore to visit one of the numerous fish restaurants.
Address: Puerto de Mogan

Camel ride through the dunes of Maspalomas

Put on your Lawrence of Arabia outfit and climb onto a camel for a six kilometre long journey through undulating sand.
Address: Avenida Dunas, Maspalomas
Can be reached by bus to Faro de Maspalomas (29, 30 and 32)

Aquasur

The largest water park of the Canary Islands with over 40 water slides and attractions.
Price: Adults (13 years and above): €21.50. Children from 3 to 12 years old: €15.25. Children up to the age of 3: Free
Address: Carretera. Palmitos Park, Km 3, Maspalomas
Can be reached by Global Bus from Playa del Inglés – Number 45, Global Bus from Puerto Rico - Number 70.

Beach life

Although Gran Canaria has an abundance of cultural and green attractions, most visitors are attracted by its many vast beaches. Around 20 percent of the coastline consists of beaches of varying size, with various facilities and colours. Black sand is very common, due to its volcanic origins.

Playa del Inglés

A 4 kilometre long beach with golden-coloured sand, an attractive promenade and a large number of bars, restaurants and shops.
Can be reached by bus nummer 61 fra Las Palmas

Puerto Rico

Imported sand from the Sahara in a lightly sloping bay.
Can be reached by bus numbers 1, 31, 61 and 91.

Sardina

A secluded bay in Galdar on the northern coast, sheltered by steep cliffs.
Can be reached by bus numbers 102, 103 and 105 from Las Palmas.

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