Gran Canaria

The third-largest island in the Canaries’ archipelago, Gran Canaria has something to offer nearly every type of traveller, from beach-hoppers and hikers to watersports enthusiasts. The island is known as a miniature continent thanks to its wildly varying landscapes and terrain, so much so that Gran Canaria was designated a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. Needless to say, there’s plenty to explore no matter where your travel interests lie. Ready to go? Here’s everything you need to know about travel to and around the island, with tips from our Gran Canaria local tour guides.

  • Roque Nublo: a fabulous phallic-shaped rock
  • The delicious Canarian rum
  • Canarian food: mojo, wrinkly potatoes and old clothes…
  • Beautiful, remote and secluded beaches
  • Dolphin and whale watching
  • Canarian Wrestling
  • During Carnival, there’s a dog costume carnival!


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