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Holiday Letting Price Information in Gran Canaria
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months. Gran Canaria is most expensive in December (21/12 - 28/12), when prices are on average £102 a night. However, in May (25/05 - 01/06), prices decrease to an average of £82 per night.
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Check how busy Gran Canaria is with our availability graph. The week with the lowest percentage of available properties is in February (23/02 - 02/03). It will be easy to find a holiday home that suits you in one week in May (18/05 - 25/05), when 84 of the rentals are still available.
Gran Canaria Holiday Lettings: Be At Home In Spain
Welcome to Gran Canaria, one of Spain’s Canary Islands located off the coast of Northern Africa. This incredible location is world renowned for its white sand beaches and beautiful mountain regions. With its exciting capital city of Las Palmas, this amazing island is more than a tranquil retreat, but also as a bustling multicultural hub.
Come to this Canarian island and spend a breathtaking holiday at one of the many Gran Canaria holiday homes available to you. Enjoy a holiday full of sunshine, the beach, nature and a diverse, vibrant culture.
Journey into Gran Canaria
If you are travelling to Gran Canaria by air you will arrive at the Gran Canaria Airport, which is located around 25 kilometres south from the capital city of Las Palmas. No matter the location of your Gran Canaria holiday home, it will likely be accessible by transportation from the airport. Buses, coaches and taxis are all available for you to bring you to your destination. Letting cars are also available at the airport, which ensure a quicker and more comfortable journey.
You can also visit Gran Canaria by ferry. These depart from mainland Spain or other islands within the Canary Island Archipelago. Travelling by ferry gives you the option of bringing your car along for the trip.
Many visitors also choose to visit the island by cruise ship, which will most likely dock somewhere central, like Las Palmas. Whatever method you choose to visit the island, remember to book from the wide variety of Gran Canaria holiday lettings, to ensure your stay is comfortable and convenient.
Gran Canaria and its cuisine
The local cuisine of the Canary Islands comprises of a variety of fresh vegetables and a mix of seafood and meat. This cuisine is influenced by many cultures, most prevalently Spanish and North African. Latin American and even historical aboriginal themes also slightly influence the vibrant local dishes, however. Choose from the large variety of traditional restaurants throughout the island if a true Canarian culinary experience is what you are after. And book from the variety of Gran Canaria holiday lettings, so after an evening repast, you can return to the comfort of your own home.
Gran Canaria and its climate
The Canary Islands are well known for their incredible year-round weather. It seems as though the sun is always shining in Gran Canaria, especially in the summer, something that this location greatly uses to its advantage. There are walking trails and hikes throughout the island. Devoted hikers might try Pico de las Nieves, the highest peak on the island, which offers incredible views from its summit. Visible from the peak is the Roque Nublo, an 80 metre high volcanic structure which is also one of the most famous geographical locations in the Canary Islands. If you are not interested in a hike, enjoy a wonderful walk along one of the island’s many beaches, such as Maspalomas Beach — it's the perfect way to soak up the sunshine and get a little exercise at the same time. And should your Gran Canaria holiday letting be near the sea, you won't even have to get in a car to start your beach stroll.
Gran Canaria and its sights
There's a great variety of sights to see on the island of Gran Canaria. Indulge in a true Canary Island beach experience by visiting places like the resort town of Playa del Inglés, which is set directly alongside a beautiful white sand beach. For time away from the sea, head to Palmitos Park, which is home to botanical garden, an aviary, and a dolphinarium. If popular visitor destinations are not your fancy, explore the beautiful coastal village of Arguineguín, known for its attractive architecture and delicious seafood restaurants.
No matter your preference when it comes to holiday activities, you'll likely find something to entertain you on the island. And even better, it shouldn't be too far from your Gran Canaria holiday letting .
Gran Canaria’s nightlife
If nightlife is your thing, the island of Gran Canaria is the place to go, with a vibrant and fun atmosphere throughout the cities on the island. Choose from a range of pubs, bars, clubs and discos, in cities like Las Palmas, Playa del Inglés, Maspalomas and Meloneras. In fact, in certain areas the island seems to never sleep, and parties deep into the night. If you are looking for a quieter atmosphere, skip the clubs and check out the numerous stylish bars, cafés and casinos throughout the cities on the island.
Headed to Gran Canaria specifically to explore what the island has to offer at night? Then be sure to book a holiday apartment or home, from the range of Gran Canaria holiday lettings, that will place you close to all the action.
Best sights in Gran Canaria
Playa de Las Canteras
Las Canteras beach is one of the finest on Gran Canaria. Stretching along the edge of capital city Las Palmas, the beach offers great amenities and golden sand.
City of Vegueta
With its narrow stone streets, this ancient part of Las Palmas transports visitors back to the 15th century, with beautiful buildings, galleries and history museums.
The Museum and Archaeological Reserve of Cueva Pintada
This cave reserve is located in Gáldar, displaying the art and symbolism of the ancient Canarians. Explore more than 50 houses and painted caves.
Dunas de Maspalomas
Located on the south coast of the island, the Maspalomas dunes were formed by ocean sand during the Ice Age and are now a nature reserve.
The Clouded Rock can be found in Tejeda. 67 metres in height, it was formed by a volcanic eruption several million years ago and was used by the ancient Canarians for rituals.
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