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With over three million tourists visiting Gran Canaria every year and less than a million locals, you'd think Canarians would be used to the crazy things their guests do.

The Trade Winds bring cloud and some showers to north Gran Canaria this week. It may send some cloud to the resorts but there will also be plenty of sunshine. 

Oil exploration permits around the Canary Islands have run out so there will be no more drilling in the near future.

Published on April 1st 2016: The first Gran Canaria Lions were released back into the Maspalomas dunes nature reserve this morning after an 80-year absence.

Las Palmas has a reputation for being a cloudy city, but is also famous as the city with the world's most pleasant climate. What's going on?

Thursday, 24 March 2016 07:27

4 New Luxury Hotels For Gran Canaria

Four new 5 Star hotels are now of strategic importance to Gran Canaria, according to the Canarian government.

Some things in Gran Canaria are a must and the Submarine Adventure at Puerto de Mogán is one of them. Here's everything you need to know about Gran Canaria's coolest and yellowest underwater experience.

MARCH 17, 2016: The Trade Winds come back towards the end of the weekend and a wet front could affect us from Sunday. Quick, get to the beach. 

Here are the best Gran Canaria videos posted on the internet so far in March 2016.

Think all south Gran Canaria's beaches are covered in parasols and surrounded by restaurants? Some are, but there are plenty of quiet, natural beaches left. It's just that the locals keep quiet about them. 

A Gran Canaria guide for first-time visitors with links to the most useful pages on the website, including all the best resorts, beaches and things to do. Once you've read them, you'll know exactly what you want to do during your first visit to Gran Canaria. 

March 2016: Tauro beach has been flattened by heavy machinery laying the foundations for its new, Caribbean sand replacement.

Three wins in a row and Las Palmas football team may pull off its own Cool Runnings story and stay in Primera Liga.

Cold air from the north brings clouds to most of the Canary Islands today and tomorrow. They will clear up during Wednesday and it looks like warm, African air will take over towards the weekend.

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