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10 Spectacular Places in Gran Canaria in the Kingdom of Spain / Articles on Profi.

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Mountain scenery of exceptional beauty, long golden sandy beaches, historical sights, water sports and a temperate stable climate 365 days a year made Gran Canaria a favorite holiday destination for thousands of tourists for many years.

1. Roque Nublo Peak

Roque Nublo is a basalt cliff of about 80 meters, the top of which is at an altitude of 1,813 meters above sea level. The rock was a shrine of the ancient inhabitants of the island: its shape resembles the silhouette of the supreme ruler and guardian who guards the island.

To reach the summit, hikers have to climb a winding path. But this difficult road is worth the effort — the views from above are amazing. Roque Nublo has been one of the symbols of Gran Canaria since ancient times.

Not far from the rock there is one of the picturesque lakes formed by a dam.

2. Dunes of Maspalomas

In the south of Gran Canaria there is a small desert of amazing beauty with golden sand. It stretches along the coast of the Atlantic Ocean and covers an area of ​​400 hectares. The dunes of Maspalomas have been declared a natural reserve. They can be crossed by camel or on foot. This is the warmest place in the archipelago.

In the western part of the dunes, there is another attraction — the old lighthouse of Maspalomas, built in 1890. Its height is 65 meters.

3. Port of Puerto Mogan

The fishing village, also known as “miniature Venice”, enchants with its old streets, a network of picturesque canals with bridges, bright Mediterranean-style houses no higher than 3 floors.

It is easy to get lost among the bougainvillea in cozy bars and cafes on the pier. And in the evening you can walk along the beach, admiring the sunset.

4. Teror village

This village in the heart of the island is the most beautiful on the island! Its cobbled streets are lined with old houses with traditional carved wooden balconies, some dating back to the 16th century.

The main treasure of the village is the Basilica de Nuestra Señora del Pino, built in the 18th century and dedicated to the patron saint of Gran Canaria, Madonna del Pino. Inside, the basilica is decorated with paintings and sculptures, the most famous of which is the statue of the Virgin Mary, carved from wood.

And on Sunday mornings, a colorful local market opens in Teror with the freshest products and delicacies.

5. Playa de Las Canteras

In the capital of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, there is the best urban beach in Europe — almost a kilometer long, surrounded by a natural reef. This place is ideal for a beach holiday, as well as various city festivals, holidays and the annual Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Carnival.

Not far from the beach there is an oceanarium with the largest panoramic glass in Europe.

6. Vegeta quarter

It is also located in the capital of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. The narrow streets of the old quarter are over 500 years old. The conquistadors who founded the city, warriors, pirates and travelers walked along these bridges. Their stories have left a mark in every corner of this place. Columbus stayed in the governor’s house during his famous travels, it now houses a museum named after him. Otherwise, it is also called the Museum of the Age of Discovery.

Here you can find attractions such as St. Anne’s Cathedral, the Bishop’s Palace, the Town Hall. And the Cathedral Square is decorated with ancient buildings and 8 sculptures of dogs made of bronze.

7. Village of Puerto De Las Nieves

A small fishing village surrounded on the south side by huge rocks. Both locals and tourists love to relax here, because in Puerto De Las Nieves there are famous ocean pools interconnected.

There are many cozy cafes on the pier where you can enjoy inexpensive seafood and relax.

8. Aguimes town and the Barranco de Guayadeque

The southern town of Aguimes and its old center is a meeting place for different cultures and one of the main attractions of the island. You can walk along the square with buildings of the colonial era, admire the sculptures. And enjoy traditional cuisine in cave restaurants — once local aborigines lived in these caves, and now they serve food here with local wines and folk music.

The Barranco de Guayadeque gorge is located near the city. In the valley between the rocks grow cacti, agaves, poppies, palm trees, Canarian pines, almond trees. And centuries ago it was inhabited by ancient Guanache tribes. Until now, their burials, necropolises, have been preserved — in hard-to-reach caves.

9. Cueva Pintada Museum and Park

In the north of Gran Canaria there is a place that, like a time machine, takes tourists into the past.

The museum and the archaeological park adjoining it tell about the history, origin and culture of the ancient inhabitants of the island who lived here hundreds of years ago.

The main attraction of the museum is the rock paintings in the cave, created 2,000 years ago.

10. Crater Caldera de Bandama

The crater of the ancient volcano is the largest on the island of Gran Canaria. You can go down to it, for this there are several hiking trails. However, you need to be a trained person — the walls near the crater are steep.

During the trip, you can see the caves where the ancient inhabitants stored grain and other products. Along the way you can see picturesque ruins.

Which itineraries can be made around the island

It is more convenient to travel and see the sights by making a route in advance.

Central region. This route will take the traveler to the sacred rock of Roque Nublo, to the village of Santa Brigida, San Mateo, Tejeda, Artenara, Valleseco and Teror.

Southwest region. It leads to the protected dunes of Maspalomas. The route also gives the guest the opportunity to take a tour of the interior of the island, where you can get acquainted with traditional farming. It is interesting to get acquainted with the capital of the island of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Along the way are the municipalities of Santa Lucia, San Bartolome de Tirajana, Mogán and Aldea de San Nicolás.

Northern region. The most beautiful mountain valleys, volcanic ravines, small bays and beaches await tourists here. The road leads from the municipality of Arucas to Agaete, passing through Firgas, Moya, Santa Maria de Guia and Galdar.

East region. This coastline is ideal for diving and windsurfing. The route starts in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, leads to the ancient capital of the island of Telde and the municipalities of Valsequillo (there is a wonderful local cider!) — Ingenio and Aguimes.

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Lanzarote — Island Guide

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The blackest Canarian island, almost without forests. Known for its Martian landscapes, great surf spots, black hole vineyards and the creative experiments of the great Cesar Manrica.

Lanzarote — the island of fire-breathing mountains

Lanzarote, the fourth largest island in the Canary archipelago, is located 125 km from the coast of Morocco and 2000 km from mainland Spain. This island of volcanic origin is also called the «island of fire-breathing mountains» — three hundred volcanoes are located on its territory.

Local unusual picturesque landscapes that appear before the eyes of travelers are fascinating — here are truly «lunar landscapes». Most of the island is covered with solidified lava with multi-colored volcanic cones of various sizes rising between the lava fields.

My Lanzarote report

What time to go to Lanzarote?

Unusual landscapes of Lanzarote

The best time to visit is September or October. But in other months it is very comfortable. The average annual temperature ranges from +20 °C in winter to +26 °C in summer. The water temperature is 20-23 °С, the warmest is in September and October.

Island beaches

Caleton Blanco sandbar (photo: Joseba Palacios Sáez)

Of the 250 km of coastline, 30 km of white, black and red sand beaches cover. All of them are municipal and free. The best beaches with crystal clear water and white sand are in Papagayo Bay on the south coast of the island. Windsurfers will love the Playa de Famara beach with its constantly blowing winds.

Papagayo Beaches

Sandbar Caleton Blanco on the north coast is great for families with children. Nudists can sunbathe near Playa Blanca at Playas de Papagayo .

Towns and resorts of Lanzarote

Arrecife

Arrecife

Arrecife is the capital of the island. The city is located in the eastern part of Lanzarote. It is a commercial and passenger port where commercial ships and cruise liners moor. The city grew up on the site of a settlement founded in the 14th century by the Genevan merchant Malosello. Arrecife has long been a haven from storms for travelers and pirates.

Here are the main historical sites of Lanzarote — the old fortresses of San José and San Gabriel. The coast of Arrecife has several excellent EU Blue Flag beaches. In the restaurants of the city, you can taste dishes from fresh fish caught by local fishermen, and taste wine from a vine grown on volcanic lava.

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Costa Teguise

Resort town Costa Teguise (photo: zbiada)

Costa Teguise is a cozy resort town 10 kilometers from Arrecife. This resort was built specifically for tourists in the seventies of the XX century. Cesar Manrique participated in the architectural project of Costa Teguise. His main creation is the center of the town — the stylized fishing village of Pueblo Marinero with restaurants, bars and a traditional weekly fair. In Costa Teguise is one of the residences of the Spanish king. From entertainment there are golf courses, tennis courts, water sports training centers, a water park.

At the end of February, a wonderful carnival takes place here with processions in medieval costumes.

Puerto del Carmen

Puerto del Carmen — the tourist capital of the island (photo: belperskelter)

The tourist capital of Lanzarote is the city of Puerto del Carmen (Puerto del Carmen). It stretches for seven kilometers along the southeast coast of the island. Lined with restaurants, nightclubs, hotels and shops, its main street, Avenida de las Playas, is bustling day and night. Around the harbor is the old city center with a labyrinth of streets. This area retains the atmosphere of the small fishing village of La Tiños, from which the current resort began. In the vicinity of Puerto del Carmen, you can visit the Rancho Texas Zoological Garden.

At the end of July, the Fiesta de Carmen is held here — a bright holiday dedicated to the patron saint of the city.

Puerto Calero

Puerto Calero resort (photo: Robert)

Puerto Calero is a quiet and peaceful resort town. There are no crowded beaches, there are no evening entertainments usual for European resorts. This is an exclusive village built for respectable vacationers. Port of Puerto Calero serves as a marina for private yachts, a starting point for sea excursions and recreational dives in a yellow submarine. The city has a Whale and Dolphin Museum (Museo de Cetáceos de Canarias).

Playa Blanca

Playa Blanca — the southernmost resort of Lanzarote

Playa Blanca is located on the south coast of Lanzarote. This is the newest and actively developing resort of the island. Playa Blanca is ideal for family holidays: its beaches are suitable for both small children and active water sports enthusiasts. The developed infrastructure of the resort will appeal to vacationers of any age. From the local port you can make an excursion to the island of Fuerteventura.

Las Coloradas

The resort village of Las Coloradas (photo: darekw)

Las Coloradas is a village located near Playa Blanca. A 400-meter strip of beach, covered with volcanic sand, stretches along the coast. A monument of military architecture rises above the beach — the 18th-century fortress Castillo de las Coloradas. Along the coast of Las Coloradas there is a beautiful romantic promenade with hospitable bars and restaurants. Within walking distance from Las Coloradas are the most beautiful wild beaches of Lanzarote — Playas de Papagayo.

La Santa Sport

La Santa Sport Resort

In the northwest of Lanzarote, at the picturesque La Santa lagoon, there is a sports resort — La Santa Sport. This place is a real paradise for active people. Regardless of age and abilities, everyone here will find something to their liking. The resort has all the necessary conditions for practicing numerous water sports, martial arts, sports games (badminton, tennis, golf, basketball, volleyball, handball, football). In addition, there are areas for lovers of athletics, fitness, aerobics, Pilates, and yoga. Numerous hiking and cycling routes are offered. And of course, in La Santa Sport there are all the necessary entertainments of the resort area: shops, restaurants, pine forests, swimming pools, discos, beaches, spa centers.

Attractions Lanzarote

Timanfaya National Park

Timanfaya National Park

In the western part of the island is the main attraction — Timanfaya National Park (Parque nacional de Timanfaya). Its unusual landscapes delight every visitor. An obligatory point in the program is a visit to the unique El Diablo restaurant, which is located at the top of an active volcano, where mouth-watering dishes are cooked on a volcanic grill. Read more…

Lake Charco de los Clicos

Lagoon Charco de los Clicos

South of the village of El Golfo is an amazing lake of unnatural acid green color — Charco de los Clicos. Like frozen waves, it is surrounded by bizarre rocks. On the black pebble beach there are tourists who are keen on searching for the olive-green semi-precious stone — olivine (chrysolite). Read more…

Jameos del Agua Volcanic Caves

Jameos del Agua Cave Salt Lake

Jameos del Agua volcanic cave complex is an extraordinary landscape, which consists of underground passages and grottoes. This complex has become an excursion object thanks to the initiative of the artist Cesar Manrique. The first cave with a luxurious tropical garden and an artificial reservoir is called Jameo Grande. A little further is Jameos del Agua, a concert cave with unique acoustics and the entrance to a crater called Jameo de la Cazuela. The fauna of Jameos del Agua is interesting, the most famous representative of which is the white blind crab, which has become a symbol of this cave complex. Read more…

Cueva de Los Verdes

Los Verdes Cave

Los Verdes Cave, more than 6 km long, appeared several thousand years ago. At one time, local residents fled from pirates in its intricate galleries. Now a kilometer section of the tunnel with winding corridors and spacious high halls is open for tourists. Read more…

César Manrique House Museum

César Manrique Foundation

The amazing house of the famous artist, built and decorated by himself, is now the office of the César Manrique Foundation (Fundación César Manrique) and the museum of the eminent master, which houses the works of the artist himself , as well as his personal collection of paintings by Tapies, Miro, Picasso. Read more…

Viewpoint Mirador del Rio

Viewpoint Mirador del Rio

You can appreciate the beauty of the Chinijo archipelago from the observation deck of Cape Mirador del Rio (Mirador del Rio) — 470 m above sea level. Read more…

La Geria Vineyards

La Geria Vineyards

La Geria is a well-known wine-growing area, on the lands of which there are vineyards, climbing even on the slopes of volcanoes. Now it is a protected zone, positioned, at the initiative of Cesar Manrique, as an example of the harmonious coexistence of man and nature. From the Malvasia grown in these places, they make amazingly tasty and aromatic wine, which you can try and buy in local wineries. Read more…

Cactus Park

Cactus Park (photo: tartandart)

Cactus Park (Jardin de Cactus) is an extraordinary amphitheater park in a former volcanic ash quarry. It is located in the village of Guatiza. Many unique representatives of the cactus family of various shapes and colors grow here. Read more…

Rancho Texas Park

Rancho Texas Park (photo: Ute & Hans)

Rancho Texas Park is a zoological garden designed in the style of the Wild West, where you can see various representatives of the animal world kept in aviaries. Of particular interest to visitors is the show of raptors with huge birds spectacularly diving into the pond. Read more…

Aqua Park Costa Teguise

Aqua Park Costa Teguise (photo: pipol)

The Aqua Park Costa Teguise is a favorite among children. Bright trampolines, inflatable «Castle of games», «Lake for children», which brought together slides of various shapes and colors, captivate children for the whole day. There are also water activities for adults, for example, the Eight Tracks attraction. There are also souvenir shops, cafes and a cozy restaurant on the territory of the water park. Read more…

Maps of Lanzarote

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Do I need to rent a car in Lanzarote?

Public transport on the island is very poorly developed, and many beaches and attractions can only be reached by car. Therefore, I strongly recommend renting a car immediately after arrival.

After the pandemic, there is an acute shortage of cars for rental, because of this, the price of car rental has increased. The prices are equal to the prices in Europe. There is still a high probability that upon arrival there will be no free cars for hire.

I recommend renting a car 1-2 months before your trip. In this interval, the best prices, and the choice of cars by class will be maximum.

Do you need an SUV in Lanzarote?

If you look at non-satellite images, it will seem to you that without an SUV you will not get anywhere. In fact, they won’t let you in. Only paved roads are available for tourists. Therefore, even the smallest car will take you to any point of the island. I advise the VW Polo class.

Where to rent a car in Lanzarote?

Avoid Pluscar and Goldcar, despite attractive prices I get a lot of negative feedback from readers. Find the right size and price car for rent using these services:

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Please note additional insurance. I advise you to take full coverage without deductibles when ordering on the site. There is a little hack. Take an additional WWI insurance policy for a year to rent a car in any company.

Read my report on how I rented a car in Lanzarote.

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