Search Results for: Taurito

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Playa Taurito

Playa Taurito is a narrow valley with native sand. The area, which is also called Lago Taurito Oasis, is lined with hotels. This resort is suitable for nightlife lovers, since it’s only a short bus ride or cab ride to… (READ MORE)

Mogan

Mogan makes up a large part of Gran Canaria and is the second biggest municipality on the island. This municipality is located in the southwest of the island, and includes the fishing towns of Arguineguin and Puerto de Mogan. A… (READ MORE)

Scuba Diving Information

Whether you are new to scuba diving or a keen diver, Gran Canaria can be an enjoyable place to dive. The water temperature is about 18C in the winter and 25C in the summer, so you will need a 7mm… (READ MORE)

Public Transport

If you want to explore Gran Canaria, you have several options. There is no train system, which should not surprise you too much, considering the size of Gran Canaria. There is, however, a very economical bus system. Buses are known… (READ MORE)

Playa de Puerto Rico

If you’re staying in Puerto Rico you’ll be pleased with the beach. Puerto Rico beach, or Playa de Puerto Rico as it’s known in Spanish, isn’t the biggest beach on the island but it’s never too packed to lay your… (READ MORE)

Puerto Mogan with Kids

Some people enjoy the hustle and bustle of large resorts like Playa del Ingles or Puerto Rico but that isn’t for everyone. If you are looking for something smaller and quieter, especially if you have young kids or if you… (READ MORE)

Gran Canaria – Which Resort is Best?

As you probably know, there are various resorts in Gran Canaria but which one is best? Well it depends on a few things. Are you looking for somewhere quiet or somewhere with a vibrant nightlife? Are you going to rent… (READ MORE)

Snorkeling in Gran Canaria

If you are wondering about snorkeling in Gran Canaria, the good news is that there are lots of places to do it. You can either bring your own equipment or buy it when you arrive (good quality stuff from one… (READ MORE)

Mogan Market

Every Friday about a thousand people walk past my desk (OK, at the moment about a hundred – see my what happened to the summer?! post). When asked “do you want to go fishing?” their reply is always the same…. (READ MORE)