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Gran Canaria Romerias

The Romeria is one of the traditional customs enjoyed throughout Gran Canaria, and everyone can join in with the fun. A Romeria is a traditional pilgrimage, which every village and town will perform throughout the year. This fascinating Catholic celebration… (READ MORE)

Canarian Soup Recipe with Watercress

Known here in Gran Canaria as potaje de berros, this delicious soup is something that appears on many Canarian menus. Perhaps you sampled this with your Canarian cooking recipes while you were here on holiday, or maybe you just fancy… (READ MORE)

Tips for Ordering Food in Gran Canaria

If you want to get the most out of your dining experiences in Gran Canaria, I can offer you a few tips. First of all, if you want to try authentic Canarian cooking you need to go to the traditional… (READ MORE)

How to Order a Coffee in Gran Canaria

You might already know that “cafe” is the Spanish word for coffee and, to take it a step further, “cafe con leche” is coffee with milk. But how would you order a decaf or an espresso? What about if you… (READ MORE)

Guayadeque Caves, Gran Canaria

A lot of people like to visit the Guayadeque Caves in Gran Canaria and I went with my parents when they visited me in Gran Canaria a couple years back. That’s me on the right: In Guayadeque there are cave… (READ MORE)

Bahia Feliz Gran Canaria

Bahia Feliz is between the airport and San Agustín Gran Canaria. It’s on the east coast of the island and is a nice, quiet resort if you don’t fancy the noise and bright lights of Playa del Ingles or central… (READ MORE)

2012 Gran Canaria Festival Calendar

When planning a holiday in Gran Canaria, it is nice to know what is going on when you arrive. Gran Canaria features all kinds of fiestas, festivals, parades, public holidays and celebrations, as you an see in the following table…. (READ MORE)