Gran Canaria is a natural landscape where you will find an unbeatable weather almost all year round, which makes it the perfect island to practise outdoor sports, to enjoy its beaches or to discover the historic centre of Las Palmas.


The city of Maspalomas will make you fall in love with its beaches and landscapes, its wide variety of leisure and its gastronomy.

If you want to relax, the beaches of Maspalomas, Meloneras or Inglés will be your best allies thanks to their landscapes.

For family travels, it is recommended to visit the archaeological park of Maipés de Agaete and the Museo de la Cueva Pintada. In addition, for the enjoyment of children you can visit Aqualand of Maspalomas, Palmitos Park and the Botanic Garden to spend a day full of fun.


In the south of Gran Canaria you must visit the beaches of Maspalomas and Playa del Inglés, where the white sand and the kilometric promenades don’t fail to impress.

In the Taurito beach and La Verga cliff, you can discover a white sand and turquoise water paradise.

If you are travelling with children, we recommend Mogán and San Agustin beaches, with a calm sea and a familiar environment.


The Tejeda area has endless pine woods and characteristic cliffs. It is an idyllic place to enjoy the views and even discern the other islands.

Teror is a village where you will find a typical Canary environment and traditional architecture. The best place to discover the local gastronomy.


In the 21st century, the capital of Gran Canaria has become a destination with a wealth of gastronomic delights. An extensive menu that includes the typical local cuisine (the "papas arrugadas" (wrinkled potatoes), pork leg, sea and land products, Canarian cheeses...), and the revision of these dishes from a contemporary perspective.

In addition, the city stands out for its wide range of restaurants and bars with different gastronomic ranges, and delicacies suitable for all palates. This is especially appreciated if you are travelling with your family.


Las Palmas de Gran Canaria stands out for the uniqueness of its beaches:

Las Canteras, one of the most important urban beaches in Spain, winner of several national and international quality awards, including the Q for Tourist Quality. It stretches from La Puntilla to the Alfredo Kraus Auditorium, a three-kilometre stretch in which there are several areas, each with its own peculiarities.

El Confital beach is located in the peninsula of La Isleta, a Protected Natural Landscape, and is the natural extension of Las Canteras beach. It is admired for the cleanliness of its waters, the beauty of its rocks and cliffs and the tranquillity it offers bathers.

Next to the city's marina, bordered by a promenade and flanked by two of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria's yacht clubs, is the beach of Las Alcaravaneras. The tranquillity of its waters, sheltered by the Port of La Luz and Las Palmas, allows for the practice of different sea sports.