Isle of Gran Canaria

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Property on Gran Canaria

Thursday, April 15th, 2010

Gran Canaria
is a popular holiday destination all over the year because of the mild and pleasant climate.

The temperatures are between 26 °C and 28 °C in the summer months and between 22°C and 24°C during the winter months. But not only the good weather and the sunny climate are the reason why Gran Canaria is so interesting to visit.

On the isle of Gran Canaria you can find such a big variety of landscapes as in nearly … Read the rest

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Categories: About Gran Canaria, Mapalomas, Places to visit, Sports, Typical Food, Weather

Holidayhomes on Gran Canaria

Monday, March 15th, 2010

There is no other island with such a conspicuous variety of landscapes like Gran Canaria. Only 200 km separated from the African coast and 1100 km from the Spanish mainland, Gran Canaria joins the archipelago of the Canary Islands.

In the heart of the island of Gran Canaria a number of ravines lead down to the coast, which gives it´s special characteristic shape to the island together with the volcanic origin.

The climate in Gran Canaria is … Read the rest

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Categories: About Gran Canaria, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Mapalomas, Playa del Inglés, Tourism, Weather


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


Tuesday, July 31st, 2007

As i sat yesterday evening at home,

listening to the constant radio reports about the fires i didn’t realize how close the fire was to Maspalomas until my mother gave me a call and told me: “…go out and take some pictures of the red sun…”. So i took my cam and went outside and saw that the smoke was almost over us. The smell of burnt wood was impossible to go unnoticed:

Gran Canaria on fire. Gran Canaria on fire.

I couldn’t really see much, so i … Read the rest

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Categories: Local news, Pictures, Weather

Isle on fire…

Monday, July 30th, 2007

The forest fire i talked about yesterday,

which was aparently controlled, was stoked up due to the high temperatures and the extreme wind that hit us last night. The municipality of Mogan got the worst part, since there have been people evacuated from their homes to avoid human casualties. Almost 60 to 70 homes have been already affected by the fire and around 2000 people evacuated. The towns of Ayacata, La Plata, Veneguera, Barranquillo de San AndrésRead the rest

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Categories: About Gran Canaria, Funny/Curious news, Local news, Pictures, Weather
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