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Small, sleepy mountain villages stretch along the narrow, winding country roads, over which occasionally elderly buses rumble, in which the peasants sometimes still transport their goods. Cobbled, old village streets meander between the little white houses in the village, where countless generations have lived one after the other. Friendly, open-minded people who serve simple, honest […]

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Sometimes the village of Mogán in Puerto de Mogán on Gran Canaria is called Little Venice. Of course, such comparisons always have their pitfalls. Puerto de Mogán in the Las Palmas region is not Venice, though the town has a number of picturesque canals and bridges. But Puerto de Mogán is much smaller, more contemplative […]

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It’s not exactly thousands of reservoirs – but there are at least sixty of them in Gran Canaria: a pretty impressive number for such a small island. Most of them are very hidden, in deep, difficult to reach ravines or in the farthest corners of the mountains – but they are among the most beautiful […]

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Agüimes
06 May

The small town of Agüimes is located about 30 kilometers southeast of Maspalomas and Playa del Ingles. With narrow, winding lanes and colorful houses, which were already built in the 15th century, a completely different side of Gran Canaria is offered to any visitor. In addition to numerous monuments, small markets and great restaurants, as […]

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we go online
26 January

Hello friends, guests and prospective customers. Today our site is online for everyone and yes, I am very happy about this long-awaited step. We have considered ways to provide a full website right from the start. I have written texts to inform companies with hotels, bars etc. and to convince them to provide us with […]

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Gran Canaria
26 January

With around 850,000 inhabitants and an area of ​​1560 m², Gran Canaria is, along with Tenerife and Fuerteventura, the third largest of the seven Canary Islands. The island with the capital Las Palmas de Gran Canaria lies 210 kilometers off the south Moroccan coast in the Atlantic Ocean. Due to the warm climate, the numerous […]

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Maspalomas
26 January

One of the main tourist centers in the Gran Canaria region of Spain is Maspalomas. This place has been a well-known tourist center for 150 years. There are many places such as hotels, apartments, dunes and beaches, and its facilities include restaurants, bars, souvenir shops, shopping malls and taverns. The city of Maspalomas is located […]

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Arucas
20 January

As the third largest municipality in the Canary Islands with about 37,000 inhabitants Arucas is located in the north of Gran Canaria and covers an area of ​​33 km ². Only about 12 kilometers from the capital of Las Palmas, banana plantations shape the image of the city, because even today, a large part of […]

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Playa Del Ingles
20 January

Playa del Ingles is an island in the south of Gran Canaria and one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. Every year, it attracts thousands of visitors. It is a resort on an island and is particularly famous for the sun and the sea, because Playa del Ingles is the liveliest seaside resort […]

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