Gran Canaria's allure is undeniable. Over 30 miles of golden sand hugs the coastline, inviting beachgoers to bask in the sun, while inland, the sacred Roque Nublo stands tall as a testament to nature's artistry. History echoes in the footprints of theoriginal inhabitants, the Guanches, at Risco Caído, while Vegueta's historical heart invites exploration.

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NATURE
& CULTURE

Why
This Is

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& CULTURE

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And Discover

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Standing at over 250 feet, the monolith Roque Nublo, is considered one of the biggest natural crags in the world, and is the third highest point on Gran Canaria. A symbol of the island, it draws countless admirers for both its wild beauty, and its deep-seated natural history.

The
‘Miniature
Continent’

The echoes of the Canary Islands’ original inhabitants, the Guanches, linger profoundly here. Their rich heritage has shaped the island, especially evident at the historic Risco Caído, a testament to their settlements, traditions, and sacred spaces.
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Grand
Culinary
Gems

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Gran Canaria’s culinary scene is as diverse as its landscapes. At its heart is the ‘Flor de Guía’ cheese, a northern delicacy, crafted uniquely from the thistle flower. Exclusive to just three towns, this cheese proudly bears the Canary Islands’ protected ‘Designation of Origin’, celebrating its origins and flavor.
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Can’t-Miss Island Experiences

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Set sail for
island hopping

With a diverse coastline dotted with secluded coves, Gran Canaria is a sailor’s paradise. Set out from Mogán, an enchanting old fishing port turned vibrant marina, to catch winds that will carry you from island to island.

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Golf in Gran Canaria

Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a casual golfer, the island’s courses promise a mix of challenge, beauty, and world-class facilities amid rolling dunes, dense valleys, and eruptive grounds.

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Where a wealth
of wellness lies

Thanks to its balmy climate, the island has drawn in visitors seeking revitalization since the 19th century. With sandy shores, advanced treatments, and pristine environments, it’s the perfect spot to regain energy and inner peace.

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Discover the prettiest village
in Spain

Beyond the bustling coast, Gran Canaria shelters tranquil villages like Tejeda, dubbed one of Spain’s prettiest. Just a stone’s throw away is Artenara, the highest town in Gran Canaria, guarding the entrance to Tamadaba’s pine forest.

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