Lex Thoonen

Lex Thoonen

Monday, 10 August 2015 22:40

Michael Fraisl

I have a lot of pictures from Gran Canaria.

My wife and me enjoy our holidays always in february on your wonderful island.

We always stay in Suites Princess in Lago Taurito. 

These are always the best two weeks of the whole year! :)

Greetings from Vienna!!

Published in Gran Canaria Fans
Wednesday, 08 July 2015 09:57

Orange Weather Alert For South Gran Canaria

All the Canary Islands are on a yellow alert for heat, the south of Gran Canaria is on an orange alert.  

Published in News
Wednesday, 15 April 2015 12:58

Test page

Test page only...

Published in test only
Thursday, 02 April 2015 19:13

Airport beach: Ojos de Garza

Every tourist coming to Gran Canaria comes within metres of Ojos de Garza beach, but nobody ever visits.

Wednesday, 01 April 2015 09:36

Go West: Playa de La Aldea

Split in two by a little headland, La Aldea is the west coast's only beach that's accessible by car. 

Monday, 09 March 2015 19:34

Windsurfing on Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria and especially the southeast coast, is famous for its windsurfing scene. The world's best windsurfers hang out in Pozo Izquierdo and some even live here. 

Published in Wind Surfing
Wednesday, 18 February 2015 19:02

F.A.Q.

Published in FAQ
Sunday, 11 January 2015 21:45

Can I drink water from the tap?

The water from the tap is generally de-salinated sea water and has a very high mineral content and strange taste. Locals drink bottled water. Bottled water is available from all supermarkets and is usually more economical to buy in 5 or more litre bottles.

Published in FAQ2

Gran Canaria has no poisonous land animals except for a couple of spiders and a nocturnal centipede that nobody ever sees. There are no scorpions, poisonous snakes, or insect-borne diseases.

In fact, Gran Canaria is one of the safest places you can visit for a holiday. 

We do have cockroaches in the resorts, towns and villages. They are harmless, and all hotels and apartment complexes are required to fumigate regularly so you won't see many of them. 

Click here for more info on the few dangers and annoyances in Gran Canaria.

Published in FAQ2

You don't need any specific vaccinations to visit Gran Canaria. The island is rabies free and we don't have any insect- or water-borne diseases. 

Published in FAQ2
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