History & Arts
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, better known as “la metrópoli” of the island of Gran Canaria, is a modern and well-organised city, able to combine one of the most beautiful urban beaches of the world, as is noted in the best guidebooks, with the charming “barrio colonial” of Vegueta, the eighteenth-century street of Triana, the “barrio popular de pescadores” of San Cristóbal, the central area of Santa Catalina, the touristic port full of enchantment and little restaurants.
Museums, cinemas, theatres, restaurants, bars, dancing halls, discos, casino, an incredible aquarium and all you can wish to enjoy a playful and cultural holiday in a city perfect also for a longer stay.
Museums, night clubs, dancing halls, sporting centres and one of the largest urban beaches of the world where you can practice any kind of sport: beach volley, beach tennis, surf and paddle surf, yoga, diving, running and walking along the 4-km promenade of Las Canteras and much more activities.
Religious centres where you can practise your religion also during your holidays respecting your traditions.