- Canary Islands
- Where to stay
- Things To Do
- Best Tours
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.
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.
Arucas is home to the famous cathedral in Gran Canaria, often called The Arucas Cathedral, although it is actually a church. But due to its architecture and impressive size, the Church of San Juan Bautista is usually referred to as the Arucas Cathedral.
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.
Agaete is a municipality in the north-west of Gran Canaria and it has many beautiful landscapes, as well as breathtaking views.
Santa Lucía de Tirajana is a town and municipality in Gran Canaria, located in the southeast of the island. The town of Santa Lucia is located up in the mountains of Gran Canaria, at an altitude of 680 m.
Join us on a walk on Las Canteras promenade and Las Canteras beach, on a sunny and warm winter day.
The largest festival in the Canary Islands arrives in Maspalomas between 6 - 9 April, with four days of music and fun.
Playa de Amadores is one of the most popular beaches in Gran Canaria. Take a look at the surrounding area on this walking tour.
Gran Canaria is well known as a great place for partying, so during the Carnival season, the island is full of music, energy, and color. Everyone is invited to take part in the festivities and enjoy the free spirit of Gran Canaria!
"El Olimpo" (Olympus) has been the theme chosen by the residents of La Aldea de San Nicolás for the next carnival, which will be held in March 2023.
The Department of Fiestas from the Arucas City Council, managed by Davinia Torres, announced that 'Mundo Otaku' is the theme of the Arucas Carnival 2023.
"Los Locos Años 60" will be the allegory of the Carnival in Gáldar in 2023, with a great concert by the Latino artist Elvis Crespo being one of the most expected events of this year's carnival.
Coming on holiday to Arguineguin or Puerto de Mogan in 2023 and you don't want to miss one of the best events of the year? Then you have to take part in the carnival, which is a great way to mix with the locals, participate in the parade and have a great time during your stay on the island.
Full walking tour along Las Canteras beach going from the area of La Puntilla towards La Cicer, which is ideal for surfing.
Take a walk with us along one of the best city beaches in Spain: Playa Las Canteras in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria!
In 2023, Las Palas de Gran Canaria celebrated the arrival of the Three Kings with a big parade through the city and a beautiful ceremony in the port to receive their Majesties.
If you're planning to visit Anfi del Mar soon, here's a walking tour of the area around the beach to see what you can expect.
On the 5th of January 2023, the entire island of Gran Canaria will celebrate the visit of the three wise men: Balthasar of Arabia, Melchior of Persia and Gaspar of India. Remember also that January 6th is a bank holiday and most of the shops will be closed.
After two years with no proper New Year's Eve celebrations, Las Palmas went all out with the fireworks display to welcome 2023 with all the bells and whistles.
Here's a quick look at the first day of 2023 in Las Palmas, the capital of Gran Canaria.