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Gran Canaria is the second largest island in terms of population and it has 32 natural protected spaces. The island caters to all types of tourists, having great routes for hikes, as well as beautiful beaches. Most of the resorts are in the Maspalomas area so this would be a good area to lok for holiday packages to the Canary Islands.
Is it getting cold and rainy at home and you are looking for a bit of sun in Maspalomas or Playa del Ingles? Then you are looking at the right place, because the Canary Islands are the top destination for Europeans when the cold season is just around the corner.
Are you looking to escape the autumn weather back home and come over to Maspalomas or Playa del Ingles?
Are you wondering if September is a good month to come to Maspalomas? September is definitely still hot, no doubt about that. The island also get much quieter after the first half of the month, when most families with children have returned home for the start of the school year. For us, September is an amazing time to be in Gran Canaria.
Looking to book a beach holiday to Maspalomas or Playa del Ingles in August? August is considered the hottest month of the year and the thermometers definitely prove it. During the day you will often see temperatures around 30 °C, which is quite a lot given the fact that the UV index is high and so the sun usually feels like burning if you don't stay in the shade during midday hours.
Are you trying to plan your summer holiday and you're wondering if Maspalomas or Playa del Ingles in July are a good idea?
Planning a summer holiday to Maspalomas or Playa del Ingles in June? In June the weather starts to really feel like proper summer, although the Canary Islands enjoy a rather privileged climate, which feels like spring all year round. This means that although it is warm, the weather is usually not overly hot, although the UV index is very high.
Looking to come to Maspalomas / Playa del Ingles for an early summer break? Or you want to plan come over for a family holiday during half term?
Are you planning to spend your spring holiday in Maspalomas in April? April is when the weather really starts to warm up after the mild winter that Gran Canaria enjoys. So if you're coming over for Easter it will probably be a sunny and warm one.
Are you thinking of booking a holiday to Maspalomas in March? Gran Canaria enjoys a great weather all year round and Maspalomas is located right in the south of the island, where the climate is most favorable even in winter and spring.
Planning to come on holiday to Maspalomas in February? The weather is what can make or break a long awaited holiday, so better check the weather forecast before deciding which month to book for your next trip to Maspalomas (Gran Canaria).
Thinking of coming on holiday to Maspalomas in January? The weather is what can make or break a long awaited holiday, so better check the weather forecast before deciding which month to book for your next trip to Maspalomas (Gran Canaria).
Gran Canaria is known by many as a "Miniature Continent", due to its diverse climate and landscape, that varies depending on where exactly you are on the island. You can go from the endless dunes of Maspalomas to the busy capital of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in just under an hour, for a completely different image of the island and a totally different vibe.
September is a great month to visit Gran Canaria: it is still hot, rain is unusual and the island gets less crowded after the school starts in most European countries. So if you're looking for an adults only romantic trip to Gran Canaria September might be the perfect time to visit.
There's no doubt about it: summer in Gran Canaria is HOT and July is one of the most popular months for family holidays.
June comes with a significant increase in temperatures in Gran Canaria, which are also accompanied by the trade winds which are characteristic for the summer months in the Canaries.
Although the weather in Gran Canaria is mild and sunny all year round, May is when the temperatures really start to rise and you know that summer is almost here.
April is somewhat of a transition month in Gran Canaria: the weather is starting to really warm up and the amount of rain the island sees drops by half compared to March.
March is a great month to visit Gran Canaria if you are looking to escape the cold back home, since most of Europe is still fighting low temperatures at this time of year. And if you're from Ireland and you're regretting the fact that you'll miss the St. Patrick's Day celebration back home, then worry no more, since there are plenty of Irish bars in Gran Canaria and you'll be spoiled for choice.
Fiesta de Charco is celebrated each year on 11 September, in La Aldea de San Nicolas and it's part of the celebrations dedicated to the patron Saint of this municipality in Gran Canaria.