Gran Canaria Information 

Endless sandy beaches, green canyons, jagged cliffs and desert-like landscapes: all this can be found in Gran Canaria.

 

There are few places on Earth offering a comparable geographic and climatic variety and this is why Gran Canaria can accurately be described a „miniature continent“.

 

Gran Canaria, situated close to the coast of Morocco, is the third largest of the Canary Islands.

 

Its neighbouring islands are Tenerife to the west and Fuerteventura to the east.

 

The extinct Pico de las Nieves volcano is Gran Canarias highest peak at 1.949 metres.

 

Gran Canaria gets its second nickname, the island of eternal spring, thanks to average temperatures of 21 degrees in January and 27 degrees in August.

 

Endless sandy beaches, green canyons, jagged cliffs and desert-like landscapes: all this can be found in Gran Canaria.

 

There are few places on Earth offering a comparable geographic and climatic variety and this is why Gran Canaria can accurately be described a „miniature continent“.

 

Gran Canaria, situated close to the coast of Morocco, is the third largest of the Canary Islands.

 

Its neighbouring islands are Tenerife to the west and Fuerteventura to the east.

 

The extinct Pico de las Nieves volcano is Gran Canarias highest peak at 1.949 metres.

 

Gran Canaria gets its second nickname, the island of eternal spring, thanks to average temperatures of 21 degrees in January and 27 degrees in August.

 

Endless sandy beaches, green canyons, jagged cliffs and desert-like landscapes: all this can be found in Gran Canaria.

 

There are few places on Earth offering a comparable geographic and climatic variety and this is why Gran Canaria can accurately be described a „miniature continent“.

 

Gran Canaria, situated close to the coast of Morocco, is the third largest of the Canary Islands.

 

Its neighbouring islands are Tenerife to the west and Fuerteventura to the east.

 

The extinct Pico de las Nieves volcano is Gran Canarias highest peak at 1.949 metres.

 

Gran Canaria gets its second nickname, the island of eternal spring, thanks to average temperatures of 21 degrees in January and 27 degrees in August.

 

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