This volcanic formation is the second highest peak of Grand Canaria and it used to be a sacred place for indigenous people, who used it as…
Looking for a great trip destination from Maspalomas? This viewpoint area is the place to go.
Breathtaking - the best word to describe this vast sandy area. The dunes were formed into rounded hills and wave-like patterns during the…
Pico de las Nieves is the second highest peak on the island of Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain.
The name of the Castillo de la Luz means the Castle of Light. It was built in the 15th century to protect the city.
Beautiful sandy beach running right along the centre of Las Palmas. It is protected by a natural reef, therefore the waves are mild.
Something like an open-air museum, this “village” complex designed by Néstor promotes the traditional life and crafts.
The oldest church on the island built in a mixed yet impressive style.
The third highest lighthouse in Spain towers above Maspalomas. It was built in the 19th century and it stood on the beach before all the…
One of the most popular beaches. Packed and lively place with lots of various amenities and sport facilities.
Valerón's "monastery" is an archaeological site on the Spanish island of Grand Canary, in the municipality of Santa Maria de Guia, on…
One of the most popular beaches in the area. It's divided into different zones suited for families, nudists or gay community.
This highland rock formation is one of the most popular and scenic spots in Gran Canaria.
El Dedo de Dios is a 30 m high sea stack in the Atlantic Ocean, off the northern part of Gran Canaria, one of the Canary Islands.
Probably the largest botanical garden in Spain. Beautiful layout with a rich vegetation that includes many rare species.
The Four Doors site, also known as MountBermeja, is a complex of caves in the south of the municipality of Telde, Gran Canaria.
Surrounded by many restaurants, bars and clubs, this park is a place to go if you want to experience the nightlife of Las Palmas.
The Punta Sardina Lighthouse is an active lighthouse on the Canary island of Gran Canaria.
This huge necropolis is an archaeological site consisting of more than 800 tomb structures of the Ancient Canarians.
Vast, golden sand beach protected with wind breakers. Usually quiet, but can get really packed during the high season.
A nice church dominating the main square of Teror. There is a brick tower uncommonly situated on the front corner of the building.