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The annual sand nativity scene on Las Canteras beach is the world's biggest and a must visit if you come to Las Palmas in December.
The neo-Canarian visitor centre at the top of the Pico de Bandama volcano hides a secret from Spain's time as a military dictatorship.
Thousands of people turn out to watch the ARC Rally, the world's largest transoceanic rally, leave Las Palmas at the end of November. Here's where you need to go for the best views.
Las Nasas restaurant on the beachfront at Puerto de las Nieves has a stunning terrace and a huge artwork by the Canary Islands' most famous living artist.
Most Gran Canaria museums and galleries are open for free on the first Saturday and Sunday of the month, and on Canarian Day on May 30. 
To shop for clothes in Gran Canaria on a Sunday, head up to Las Palmas (between October and April).
Tipping in Gran Canaria and all over the Canary Islands is straightforward and the rules are the same for locals and tourists.
The vast Parque del Sur urban park in Maspalomas Campo Internacional is a huge green space perfect for walking and jogging.
If Anfi beach is busy or you just want to swim in cool, deep water, then walk out onto the heart-shaped island and you’ll find a set of steps and a safe swimming area just next to the ferry dock.
Save money and avoid rip-off bank charges while in Gran Canaria by paying in euros when using your credit or debit card.
The Catholic church rather than the local tourist authorities still decides when to open church doors in Gran Canaria. This means that some of the island's prettiest churches, such as the Puerto de las Nieves hermitage, are often closed during the day.
Gran Canaria's east coast beaches are a mixed bag with everything from windswept pebble beaches to sheltered coves with golden sand. Salinetas beach is the prettiest and most accessible of the east beaches.
The trouble with ordering big beers in Gran Canaria is that they often warm up before you get to the end.
With Gran Canaria car rental you get what you pay for and if you pay the absolute minimum, what you get is a headache and a ruined holiday.
While papas con mojo and seafood get all the attention, Gran Canaria's delicious doughnuts are a daily treat that you have to try.
Arriving late in Gran Canaria and want to stock up on a few things for the morning? Now you can do it at the airport.
Got a headache in Gran Canaria, or perhaps  sore foot. Hre's how to cure it instantly.
Puerto de Mogán is pretty from all angles, but one of the best views is from the El Faro restaurant at the tip of the harbour wall.
Las Canteras beach is a no-take reserve so there are loads of fish, especially where Luis Morote street meets the sand.
Gran Canaria's homegrown coffee is the world's most northerly crop and the best place to try it is in Agaete's secret garden.
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