Come carnival time, they don’t do things by halves in Gran Canaria – and this week-long party certainly doesn’t mess...Read More
Maspalomas Gay Pride attracts a 50,000-strong contingent of rainbow flag-waving revellers. In both size and scope, ... Read More
You’ll be eating with the locals at the al fresco eating places on the seafront by the lighthouse. If you fancy a... Read More
You’ll need to get to Velero Casa Antonio early to bag one o... Read More
Over in Playa del Ingles, Alabama’s is a real hot spot for l... Read More
Come evening, Maspalomas is more easy-going than its nightcl... Read More
Along Boulevard El Faro, there’s a whole row of restaurants ... Read More
The main shopping mall in Maspalomas is the 2-storey Faro 2,... Read More
Boomerang. Tornado. Kamikaze. No, not cocktails – they’re ju... Read More
In Maspalomas, the Holiday World complex takes on the night-... Read More
At the western end of the beach, camels are saddled up ready... Read More
Maspalomas’s giant sand dunes make you think of the desert s... Read More
Right on the sand, and seconds away from the lighthouse, is ... Read More
All the shops in Maspalomas are duty-free with some big name... Read More
There’s a great family atmosphere around Bar 1 and Bar 2, th... Read More
Tapas of the finest order is what you get at Banderas – and ... Read More
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