The very name Puerto Rico Gran Canaria conjures up images of endless sunshine, lively entertainment and beautiful sandy beaches on an exotic island location. That’s Puerto Rico Gran Canaria!
This purpose-built holiday resort is located in the southwest of Gran Canaria where a rocky ravine runs down to the sea. At the heart of the town is Puerto Rico’s sandy beach, flanked by two small harbours where pleasure cruises and dolphin watching trips can be taken around the coast of this volcanic island. Game fishing is another popular pastime for those looking to add a little more excitement to their holidays in Puerto Rico.
Who is it for?
Choose your Puerto Rico Gran Canaria accommodation to suit your budget and needs (they’re all lovely!) then settle down to some serious sunbathing, watersports, shopping, dining and nightlife. What makes Puerto Rico so special is the climate – it is known as the sunniest spot on the island. Sunny summer days are tempered by welcome sea breezes and flow seamlessly into mild winters. Temperatures in this holiday paradise range from 20-25°C (68-77°F) on average with hardly a rain shower.
Things to do in Puerto Rico Gran Canaria
Visitors of all ages will be thrilled at the beautiful beach at Puerto Rico with its golden Sahara sands. There are plenty of activities and amenities for young and old. Building sandcastles, sunbathing, reading, relaxing, playing games or swimming in the clear warm water will occupy most youngsters (and teenagers!) for hours. Little ones can play safely in the two swimming pools near the beach, surrounded by pleasant tropical gardens.
The marina is the place to find watersports such as parascending, jet skiing and pedal boats for hire.
Back on dry land there are golf courses, mini golf, bowling, tennis, squash courts and even a waterpark for family fun.
The whitewashed villas and hotels provide an excellent range of accommodation in Puerto Rico Gran Canaria. They look down from the rocky hillside to the beach and town. Malls and plazas offer a superb range of shops, boutiques and restaurants.
If you are looking for beachware, gifts and souvenirs then head to the Europa Shopping Centre for some great duty-free bargains. Rest assured, on this Spanish island language is never a problem as most locals speak excellent English.
You may want to take a siesta before the vibrant nightlife begins as bars, discos, pubs and nightclubs will keep you dancing until dawn, if you choose. Families can choose accommodation in Puerto Rico’s quieter areas if they prefer.
Dining out in the area is very affordable and has something for everyone from traditional British favourites to fresh seafood and Spanish tapas.
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