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Everybody loves a list so here's all our Gran Canaria Top Tens in one place.

Some people like to sit on Gran Canaria's beaches and look at the sea, but if you'd rather carve up its waves or dive under them, read this guide to Gran Canaria's top water sports beaches. 
So it's your first trip to Gran Canaria, or the first time you've decided to get out of the resorts and see the rest of the island. Hooray: Here's the top ten things you have to see and do.
In the olden days, Gran Canarians used to dance in the moonlight wearing nothing but big leaves. Maybe it's the reason why the island has become such an open, friendly and sexy place to visit. 
Gran Canaria is good value for money but here are ten great ways to make sure that you get the most out of your holiday budget. 
You come on holiday and the most important thing after having a great time is to make sure everyone at home knows you're having a great time. So get out the selfie stick (or don't; they are rather silly) and snap away at these top jealousy-inducing Gran Canaria spots. 
Nudists love Gran Canaria because it has naked beach spots to suit all tastes. Here's our pick of the best places to get an all-over holiday tan. Click on the beach name to see more detailed info on each one.
Everybody loves a plate of papas con mojo, but there's more to Gran Canaria food than salty potatoes. From great steak to cactus fruit, here's ten things that have to try before you leave.
We've got them so we know that once you've got kids, going to the beach becomes an expedition. Here are the Gran Canaria beaches that have the safe water, easy-access facilities and activities to make a family beach day as effortless as possible. 
Two things Gran Canaria isn't short of are spectacular views and people who put viewpoints in front of them. Here's our pick of the best ten places to take in a landscape in Gran Canaria. 
If you're anywhere near these Gran Canaria spots just before sunset, then what are you waiting for?
We cover Gran Canaria from nose to tail and while we love the remote bits, lots of people's favourite spots are close to the resorts. Here are the top spots that south Gran Canaria's tourists love the most. 
Gran Canaria sells itself as a Miniature Continent, but this can make the place sound like one of those model villages that nobody visits. Be in no doubt that Gran Canaria's top sights are epic in scale and well worth visiting.   
Whether you surf, swim, run or drive, there's a Gran Canaria competition that you have to watch or try to win. Here are the Top Ten annual sporting events in Gran Canaria.   
Gran Canaria is an island that knows how to party. And it does so in its own way. Rather than the dance music parties of the Balearics or the bull fests of Spain, Gran Canaria goes local with its fiestas.   
With warm, clear water and a huge range of African, Atlantic and Mediterranean fish Gran Canaria is a top class snorkeling spot. However, you need to know where to go because the sandy beaches, where most people jump in, aren't the best place to meet the marine life. Here's our…
Christmas in Gran Canaria tends to be a laid-back sunny affair and most people just kick back and relax. However, there's plenty of festive events in local areas and in the resorts. Here's ten great options for fun Christmas activities in Gran Canaria. Sunny Christmas! Sunbathe in a Santa hat…
Canarian food is one of the highlights of a holiday in Gran Canaria. Try it in local restaurants in the capital Las Palmas or in the hill towns. The Canary Islands dishes served in the resorts are rarely any good.   Papas Arrugadas The Canarian dish that everybody tries and…
While almost four million people visit Gran Canaria every year, most come for the sunshine without realising that the whole island is a great destination.
Tourists love big, sandy beaches with plenty of amenities and umbrellas for rent. Canarians, on the other hand, prefer their beaches to come with fish restaurants, or to be completely natural. We covered the Top Ten Tourist Beaches in Gran Canaria here, but this post is about the beaches that the locals keep to themselves.
There's nothing scary about a plate of papas con mojo, except perhaps the next day's garlic breath. However, there are plenty of Canarian dishes that make visitors squeamish. Here's the top ten for you to try.
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