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My delightful trip to Gran Canaria

Saturday, August 20th, 2011

The Canary Islands are one of the 17 Spanish Autonomous Communities. They are located in the Atlantic Ocean west of the Moroccan coast.

Gran Canaria was the first of the Canary Islands which I visited a few years ago together with a friend. We had our hotel in Playa del Inglés, a location full of tourists from all over the world. There we enjoyed relaxing in the sandy beach, and after the sun had gone down we … Read the rest

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Categories: Mapalomas, Places to visit, Playa del Inglés, Puerto de Mogán, Tourism


Friday, May 29th, 2009

If you like it hot, but not too hot, the Costa Mogan is the place for you – the summer daytime temperature in the resorts of Puerto Rico, Puerto de Mogan and Patalavaca on the south-west coast of Gran Canaria is normally in the high twenties to mid-thirties (that’s °C not °F!), usually with a refreshing sea-breeze. Winter temperatures are only a few degrees lower. And it’s the same in Taurito, Playa del Cura and Arguineguin too.
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Categories: About Gran Canaria, Beaches, Mogán, Puerto de Mogán, Restaurants, Sports, Weather

Puerto Mogan – Venice of the south

Thursday, January 1st, 2009

Puerto Mogan is a small village that is situated in the south of Gran Canaria. It is called one of the most beautiful and picturesque towns in Gran Canaria.

Several beaches are visited everyday by hundreds of tourists. You can either sit in the sun, have a nice bath in the very clean water or one can do all kinds of watersport activities.

Puerto Mogan was build around the port and is a typical fishing village. People say … Read the rest

Posted by Anna
Categories: About Gran Canaria, Places to visit, Puerto de Mogán

Puerto de Mogán, a marvellous place to visit

Tuesday, January 1st, 2008

If you want to get away from the tourist centers, one of the best places to visit is the lovely fishing village Puerto de Mogán.

It is beautifully situated on the southwest of the island and has retained much of its original charm. You wont find rambling hotel complexes here, as the government has forbidden any new buildings which are over two storeys tall. You will find a much cozier ambiance than in lots of similar villages.

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Posted by Anna
Categories: About Gran Canaria, Mogán, Puerto de Mogán, Restaurants
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