Things to see in Gran Canaria
The pretty town of Teror is Gran Canaria’s green heartland. It’s famous for its charming balconied houses and for the local people’s devotion to the Virgen del Pino.
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.
Tucked in the northern part of Gran Canaria, Arucas invites you to savour its luscious honey rum, climb mountains, swim in its natural pools and admire its Neo-gothic cathedral.
The traditional fishing town of Arguineguín in an attractive tourist destination that has nonetheless clung fast to its Canarian identity.
This bustling capital welcomes visitors with a near endless supply of places to explore and there’s no better place to start than the historical quarter of Vegueta.
Vegueta is the oldest neighbourhood in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Christopher Columbus anchored here on his way to the Americas.
Presa de las Niñas is a beautiful artificial lake and recreation area in the southern part of the island. It is perfect for enjoying a swim and having a picnic.
Maspalomas Lighthouse is a symbol of the south of Gran Canaria, its unmistakeable silhouette forming part of the local skyline. Come see it for yourself.
This 100-year park is at the epicentre of the tourist district of Las Palmas, brimming with outdoor cafés, museums, and markets.
The Botanical Garden Viera y Clavijo is a canopy of extremely rare and beautiful plant species. Come explore and be blown away by its sheer beauty.