Hiking routes in Gran Canaria and natural tourist attractions
Gran Canaria’s most rugged and diverse terrain is in the north of the island. It is dotted with cliffs, natural pools, tiny coves and charming villages.
Gran Canaria is the perfect launching pad to explore extraordinary sights above and below water by boat.
The range of relaxing spots and spas in Gran Canaria is as good as the treatments they offer. Let your cares melt away in hotels, on beaches and in natural spaces.
Come discover the biggest water park of Gran Canaria. This mammoth outdoor water park offers ample facilities to keep you entertained.
Roque Nublo is situated within the rural park of the same name. It has existed since ancient times and is now considered a symbol of Gran Canaria.
One of the best things about Gran Canaria’s coastline is the opportunity to enjoy swimming in the sea but in the safety of a pool.
The microclimate in Puerto Rico generates the best weather in all of Gran Canaria. Start planning your trip!
Come sunbathe on the paradisiacal, artificial beach of Anfi de Mar, located on the southern edge of the island of Gran Canaria. Discover the limpid, cerulean waters of a unique beachside retreat.
The pretty seafaring town of Agaete and its port, Puerto de las Nieves, offers visitors seaside vibes and entertainment, nestled in a unique natural setting.
The Painted Cave in Gáldar was home to the former inhabitants of Gran Canaria. Today, it’s one of the most important archaeological sites on the Canary Islands. Make it part of your plans during your island getaway.