The latest news from Gran Canaria for residents and visitors.
La Atalaya de Santa Brigida village celebrates its long history of pottery with an epic mudfest in early July.
The Gran Canaria Porretta Soul Festival will be held on San Agustín beach, according to the San Bartolomé de Tirajana mayor Marco Aurelio Pérez Sánchez and local promoter Dania Dévora.
All the Canary Islands are on a yellow alert for heat, the south of Gran Canaria is on an orange alert.
The development of Tauro beach by local firm Santana Cazorla took a step forward this week after Spain's Costas department gave it permission to create a 180 metres artificial beach.
Gran Canaria is now officially on alert for hot weather as of Monday July 6 2015.
Gran Canaria's east coast gets so blowy in July that the whole windsurfing world gathers at Pozo Izquierdo for the World Windsurfing Cup.
While Spain is expected to swelter in 40ºC heat over the weekend, Gran Canaria and the Canary Islands will be no hotter than normal for the time of year.
Gran Canaria is to host the Spanish edition of the famous Porretta Soul Festival at an as-yet-unknown beach on the island, according to local producer Dania Dévora.
The Mogán Municipality now has its Blue Flags in place at Amadores, Playa de Mogán and Puerto de Mogán marina. They were run up the flagpole by local footballer Aythami Artiles, signed to newly promoted football team UD Las Palmas.
Gran Canaria erupted with joy last night as Las Palmas' football team won promotion to the Spanish Primera Liga for the first time since 2002.
There's more to the Canary Islands than the existing seven islands: Scientists have just discovered a whole set of ancient islands just to the south.
Despite silly newpaper headlines about "travel chaos", Spanish air traffic control strikes this week are largely symbolic and not expected to cause significant delays.
Gran Canaria hotel firm Lopesan plans to build at least three new hotels in the Meloneras area of south Gran Canaria, including a 170 room luxury villa hotel and a 1000 room megaresort.
New holiday let rules in Gran Canaria and the Canary Islands have opened up the market for private property owners in non-resort areas.
The Spanish Weather Service has placed south Gran Canaria on alert, for today Thursday 21 and tomorrow Friday 22, for large waves of up to 2.5 metres and strong gusts of wind.
The first of several leaks on the wreck of the Oleg Naydenov has now been sealed with a steel cofferdam, according to the Spanish authorities. Efforts to seal the remaining fuel leaks are ongoing.
Beaches all over Gran Canaria won coveted Blue Flag awards this year. No beaches lost their Flag.
Specsavers Magazine and the Gran Canaria Tourist Board are offering a free luxury holiday in Gran Canaria at the fabulously located and Five Star Seaside Palm Beach in Maspalomas. UK residents only.
Gran Canaria and the Canary Islands are experiencing the first heatwave of 2015 with temperatures expected to reach 35ºC during the week. Keep reading for important health information.
Gofio is now officially good for you: A University study confirms what all Canarians already knew.
Wind: 17.70 km/h
The Yellow Submarine in Puerto de Mogán is a top excursion for kids and big kids and these local tips will help you get the most out of the experience.
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