Have a Relaxing Break in Gran Canaria

It is highly likely that once you’ve been on a holiday for the Canaries, you could be tempted just to set up permanent camp at one of the amazing beach resorts. Do so, but, but be sure to don’t miss to roll throughout the vast dunes of Gran Canaria’s Maspalomas, take advantage of the waterfalls of the delightful Los Tiles bioreserve on La Palma.

Local surf guides will be able to predict the very best beaches to your visit depending on storm tracking, swell angle, wave height and strength, local wind conditions along with the weather. Almost always the weather is one consistent factor, in Gran Canaria make no mistake -, the climate will be gloriously hot and sunny! Resident surfers seek out the best waves at little notice, so tourists should engage with a fantastic surf guide, and keep their ear to the ground. Adventure holiday companies in Gran Canaria can offer lessons for those of abilities, hire equipment to surfers, and run tours towards the finest surf spots about the island. When the sun fails the surfing community go on to caf??, bars and clubs to take pleasure from local food, drink, music and stunning views in the coastline. Cafes and restaurants in Gran Canaria offer local specialities, which in turn include fresh seafood, alongside international dishes from all over the world. There is also a thriving music scene, with DJ’s heading for the island from across Europe, to try out at calm down bars and luxurious clubs. The varied nightlife scene in Gran Canaria attracts all tastes. People who don’t share exactly the same enthusiasm for surfing can take advantage of lots of other activities in Gran Canaria.

The two most visited islands are Gran Canaria and Tenerife. Gran Canaria with all the famous towns like Playa del Ingles, Puerto Rico or Puerto de Mogan in the south are ideal for sunbathing and beachlife. Tenerife with towns like Playa de las Americas, Los Christianos or Puerto de la Cruz have maybe even more nature to make available, and here you can find the best mountain in Spain, Teide with it’s 3.717 meters.

Golf del Sur is yet another popular resort, just a 5 minute drive from Tenerife South Airport. This has been a firm favourite for decades, with golfers originally, but has now evolved into a popular tourist resort for those age brackets. There are several golf courses nearby and more further South in Playa de las Americas and Costa Adeje. Pay a visit EdenApartmentsGranCanaria for affordable Gran Canaria residences. It has a unique airport with excellent transfer facilities for your final destination. These can be arranged ahead of time and purchased concurrently as organising your flight ticket. Another popular choices to have your own personal transport and hire a car, either ahead of time or at one of many desks in the airport.