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Playa del Ingles

Playa del Ingles is located at the 8 km long beach that runs between San Agustin and Maspalomas.

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Gran Canaria beaches

The island has 150 beaches (30 of them naturist or nudist) giving you up to 60km of appealing sand.

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Top Five Things to do in Gran Canaria

We have put together a brief list of the top five things to do whilst visiting Gran Canaria, you wont be disappointed…

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Maspolomas

Since the 1970s, Maspolomas has been talked about as one of the most popular gay tourist destinations in the world. Think about Maspalomas and you conjure up sunny days on the beach, long and lively nights with variety and something for everyone. Not to mention the presence of the sexiest men – arriving from virtually all over the world who are on the look out for dates.

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San Nicolas de Tolentino

In the most abrupt region of the island of Gran Canaria lies the beautiful valley of San Nicolas de Tolentino whose advantages situation makes it possible for us to travel right round the island.

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Santa Lucia, San Bartolome de Tirajana and Mogan

The coastal zone of Santa Lucia de Tirajana is outstanding for its production of tomatoes, 10 million crates a year, as well as for its famous PozoIzquierdo Beach. The peaks offer impressive views of great beauty, framed by the buttresses of the Tirajana crater.

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Telde, Ingnio and Aguimes

Telde, also known as the City of the Faycanes, has the honour of having been the first Episcopal seat in the Canary Archipelago. Demographical it is the second largest city on the island. It shares the location of the Gran Canaria Airport with Villa de indegnio. Today it is an industrial city of the first order, but even so, its varied argiculture with banana plantations, vegetable crops and profuse variety of fruits, has not lost its fame.

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Santa Brigida, San Mateo and Valesquillo

La Vega de Santa Brigda, today a small town, is found on the central route at only 14 kms from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. It was the residential are of an English community that settled on our island. It was the residential are of our English community that settled on our island. To them we owe the blend of rural architecture and exotic Neo-Gothic style buildings. Their well cared for gardens form an aristocratic setting rich with decorative plans.

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Tejeda

Words nearly profane the ancient silence of these mountain peaks which rose from the depths of the sea approximately 14 million years ago.

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Teror Valleseco and Artenara

The district of Teror is found 21 kilometres from the capital, Las Palmas, on the route through the centre of the island. The town itself, dedicated to St. Mary, features a basilica which houses the statue of Nuestra Senora Pino.

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