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AGÜIMES is a town in the southeastern part of the island of Gran Canaria, about 270 m above sea level and offers hotels and accommodation for rural tourism and also several nature reserves. In Agüimes is the historic center with the church San Sebastián. This church looks like a cathedral and has one of the most beautiful facades in canarian neoclassical style. This church was declared an art historical monument in 1981. In the center of the marketplace is also the Hotel Casa de Los Camellos, which is over 300 years old and privately owned.

For four centuries, the community of Agüimes was episcopal seat. In the building there is now the Museo de Historia (History Museum) of Agüimes with 8 exhibition halls, next to it is the Parque de Los Moros.

If you want to explore the underwater world of Gran Canaria, you will find a beach on the coast of Agüimes with particularly spectacular diving grounds: Playa El Cabrón is one of the most species-rich underwater areas in the Canary archipelago.

The municipality also includes the Polígono de Arinaga, Montaña los Veléz, Las Rosas, La Banda, y Tamisas.

The municipality also includes the Arinaga Industrial Estate, Montaña los Veléz, Las Rosas, La Banda and Tamisas.

Many apartments, houses and plots are for sale or rent.

Near beaches: Arinaga 8 km, Balos 9 km, El Cabrón 10 km, Vargas 10 km

Airport: 11 km

Maspalomas: 30 km

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: 34 km

Good infrastructure little tourism.

 

ARGUINEGUIN was once a small fishing village, is located in the southwest of the island of Gran Canaria and belongs to the municipality of Mogan. The spanish took the place name from the indigenous people in 1492 and it means something like calm water.

The town of Arguineguin is located directly at the sea and today lives mainly from tourism. Here it is mainly the Scandinavians who have loved this wind-protected spot in their hearts. The main beach is large and well-kept, the water is clear and warm.

Near the center of Arguineguín is Loma Dos, a preferred purely residential area with well-kept villas and single-family houses in a quiet location that are for sale or rent. Most of this properties are face the sea and have sun for almost the whole day. Once a week there is one of the largest markets on the island.

Who wants to leave the car can use the boat connections between Arguineguin, Puerto Rico and Mogan. In the marina you can charter a boat to see the impressive coastline. In the evening the promenade is recommended, here you should definitely enjoy the freshly caught fish and the wonderful sea view in one of the restaurants. Between Arguineguín and the district of Patalavaca are several large hotel complexes, houses, bungalows and apartments, restaurants, bars, supermarkets and schools.

Sporting activities such as golf, tennis, water sports, boat rentals, diving, bike tours, hiking offer enough variety. If you want to explore the underwater world, you will find a beach here with particularly spectacular diving grounds.

Own beach, Santa Agueda 2 km, Anfi del Mar 4 km.

Airport: 41 km

Maspalomas: 13 km

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: 66 km

Good infrastructure lot of tourism

 

ARINAGA is a village southeast of the island of Gran Canaria and consists of Playa de Arinaga, located directly at the sea with a newly built promenade. The place is popular with locals and tourists alike. Sports activities such as water sports, diving, etc. offer enough options. Those who want to explore the underwater world will find a beach with spectacular diving grounds.

CRUCE DE ARINAGA, is about 4 km from the coast and also a nice rather quiet residential area with nice shops. A little bit away from mass tourism the clocks tick a little slower here. Spanish serenity still reigns here. The place is very popular, especially for young families. Both places belong to the municipality of Agüimes.

Many apartments and houses are for sale or to rent.

Near beaches: Own beach, Playa del Cabron 2 km

Airport: 11 km

Maspalomas: 27 km

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: 37 km

Good infrastructure little tourism.

 

ARUCAS is a municipality located in the north of Gran Canaria. It is one of the oldest municipalities on the island. The rum that is distilled here is very famous. The urban area of the city of Arucas has the denomination of historical-artistic interest. The Church of San Juan Bautista, a key architectural building sculpted entirely in Arucas stone by the local farmworkers, dates from 1909 and is worth seeing.

Many apartments and houses are for sale or rent.

Nearby beaches are: El Puertillo 7 km, Las Canteras 13 km,

Airport: 32 km

Las palmas de Gran Canaria: 13 km

Maspalomas: 64 km

Good infrastructure little tourism

 

AYAGAURES is a valley located in the south of Gran Canaria. It extends about 12 km from the Aqualand pools in Maspalomas to the Ayaguares reservoir next to the village Ayagaures. It is very popular with cyclists. The Aqualand/Ayagaures/Monte León/Agualand lap is only 24 km long but with slopes of the first category.

Along the walley you can find beautiful  villas for sale.

Nearby beaches are Maspalomas, Meloneras and Playa del Ingles

Airport: 39 km

Maspalomas: 10 km

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: 65 km

 

CARRIZAL is a village southeast of the island of Gran Canaria, about 90 m above sea level and belongs to the municipality of Ingenio. This region is characterized by agriculture, green and fertile due to the trade wind, which brings cloud-rich air with it. Here mainly local people live and work. There are apartments and houses for sale and for rent.

Next beaches: El Burrero approx. 3 kilometers, Las Vargas approx. 4 kilometers.

Airport approx. 4 km
Maspalomas approx. 31 km
Capital Las Palmas de Gran Canaria approx.. 29 km

Good infrastructure no tourism

 

CASTILLO DE ROMERAL is a village southeast coast of Gran Canaria  and belongs to the municipality of San Bartolomé de Tirajana and is a little bit away from the tourist areas. At the port of Castillo del Romeral there is a small sandy beach, where surfers like to be when the wind and waves are favorable. From the port you can also reach two sea pools via the new sea promenade. The place has developed into a preferred residential area due to its direct proximity to the sea and the connection to the motorway. Here you find everything you need for everyday life. Several supermarkets, pharmacy, small cozy shops, medical center, kindergarten, schools and banks. There are numerous bars and good restaurants. At the entrance to the town there is a sports center with a football stadium, a gym and even a small indoor pool.

The patron saint festival is celebrated in Castillo del Romeral over a week in autumn in honor of San Miguel (Archangel Michael) but also the Virgen del Carmen is considered. In honor of the Virgin, there is also a solemn procession from the church to the small fishing port. Here mainly local people live and work. There are apartments and houses for sale and for rent.

Near beaches: Own beach

Airport: 19 km

Maspalomas: 17 km

Las Palmas Palmas de Gran Canaria: 44 km

Good infrastructure and little tourism.

 

EL TABLERO is a village in the south on the island of Gran Canaria and belongs to the municipality of San Bartolomé de Tirajana. A town that has retained its local flair today and real estate hotspot with a good price-performance. Many apartments, houses and villas were newly built, some are for sale or rent. El Tablero offers a variety of services such as a new shopping center, various supermarkets, schools, sports hall, swimming pool, taxi stands and the beaches can be reached in a few minutes. A popular place to live and is an insider tip for locals and residents.

Next beaches: Maspalomas 4 km, Meloneras 4 km

Maspalomas: 4 km

Airport: 32 km

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: 58 km

Good infrastructure and little tourism.

 

FATAGA is a quiet village in the interior of Gran Canaria and belongs to the municipality of San Bartolome de Tirajana, approx. 600 m above sea level. Between the tourist centers of Maspalomas and Playa del Ingles, a canyon with the name Barranco de Fataga, also known as the valley of thousand palms extends. The well-preserved, historic town centre is dreamy, with old, narrow streets paved with natural stone and many Canarian houses preserved in their original state between brown rugged rocks, in the middle of a narrow band of greenery. The otherwise barren mountain slopes are adorned by pine groves. Restaurants, small shops, a petrol station, shopping facilities round off the townscape. Fataga is  popular for english and scandinavians who owns properties there. Generally there is still the possibility to rent or buy an apartment, house or finca. A bus runs four times a day to the south and the north.

For many visitors, is the small mountain village one of the most beautiful of Gran Canaria.

Next beach: Playa del Ingles

Airport approx. 45 km

Maspalomas about 18 km

Capital Las Palmas about 70 km

Good infrastructure and little tourism

 

GALDAR is a municipality in the north of Gran Canaria, located west of the capital Las Palmas. Of particular interest are the nice beach of Boca Barranco and Sardina, where there are several restaurants and a small fishing port. The harbor is popular with divers to prepare for their dives. In the past, sugar cane was the main crop grown in the Galdar area, but today the region is home to banana, potato, tomato, onion and flower crops, goat, sheep and cattle farming and small-scale food processing. For centuries, the cheese made from sheep’s, goat’s or cow’s milk from Galdar and its neighboring municipalities of Santa María de Guia and Moya has been renowned for its quality. Here mainly local people live and work. There are apartments and houses for sale and for rent.

Next beaches: Sar dina, La Redonda, El Agujero, Boca Barranco, Dos Roques, Furnia, Punta del Clavo, Caleta de Abajo. All around 7 km.

Airport approx. 48 km

Maspalomas approx. 80 km

Capital Las Palmas 25 km

Good infrastructure small tourism.

 

GRAN CANARIA is called a “miniature continent”. An island near Europe and Africa with beaches as diverse as its landscapes. With almost 60 kilometers of beaches and 236 kilometers of coastline, under the soft sun that is a permanent guest here.

There are beaches of all kinds in Gran Canaria. For generations they have attracted tourists from all over the world and people who live here. There are bustling beaches and known as the long sandy tongue of Maspalomas. A huge line of yellow sand that stretches from Playa del Inglés at the foot of the great lighthouse of Maspalomas, after skirting a desert of dunes that extends along the south coast of the island.

But there are many other beaches in the south of the island. Quiet family beaches such as San Agustín and Amadores or the small beach of Puerto de Mogán. Or do you prefer the atmosphere of a traditional resort like Puerto Rico, one of the best in the world?

In the south of Gran Canaria, there is a great variety of small beaches. Everyone can boast of the beautiful weather that prevails here practically all year round. Some are tourist and offer a variety of services and facilities. Others are shelters for lovers of seclusion.

The beaches in the north of the island are closer to this profile. There are small fishing slaves like Agaete, a refuge for all those who want to turn their backs on the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Even the capital of the island, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, does not need to hide its pride in the cosmopolitan beach of Las Canteras. A kilometer long urban beach that fills the city with bathers and surfers.

Gran Canaria offers its visitors all the guarantees and services that one would expect from a traditional complex: a destination that many thousands of Europeans return year after year. Do not you want to know a whole world of beaches that fight on this island? Come whenever you want. Here, the beautiful weather rarely pauses.

Culturally, the island of Gran Canaria is synonymous with mestizo, a characteristic derived from its historical role as a place of habitation for travelers, in addition, the population has always been open to people who came from the other side of the seas.

The past has left a legacy of archaeological, artistic, architectural and ethnographic value on the island, witnessing the cultural development of our island community. Historical heritage, related to the state of the island that has been enriched with numerous cultural and artistic manifestations and accompanied, in turn, give the island a uniqueness that are hard to find in such a small area.

Most of the sites to visit in monuments of Gran Canaria come from a time after the time of the conquest, although it could preserve some archaeological sites and areas of indigenous population of Gran Canaria (the cave paintings of the Cueva Pintada de Gáldar, the cenobio Cenobio de Valerón, etc.).

But in addition to the architectural and sculptural testimonies that belong to many historical and current moments of this island and are distributed throughout the territory, Gran Canaria has an extensive and varied calendar of cultural events that covers the whole year. Concerts, international music festivals and world cinema, exhibitions and conferences with world renowned speakers contribute, among other things, that the island itself entertain the most demanding public and can satisfy.

It is worth mentioning the internationally renowned Canary Islands Music Festival, which is celebrated at the beginning of the year and is the only festival in Europe that takes place during the winter. Almost all the great stars of the music world have already participated in the festival, and numerous world premieres have found their way here.

Throughout the island are offered  houses, villas, fincas in canarian style and plots to build for sale or rent.

 

LAS PALMAS DE GRAN CANARIA is the capital and located in the north-east of the island and is the largest city on Gran Canaria and the Canary Islands. Modern and at the same time a city with a lot of history. It owes its name to the Spanish conquerors, who called this “Villa Real de las Palmas” in 1478 due to the numerous palm trees. Traders from Portugal and Genoa were attracted by the trade of slaves and sugar cane from the nearby African coast. Episcopal and royal official buildings were built around the cathedral in Vegueta (historical part of the town), where the nobility also lived. Fishermen, artisans and merchants settled in Triana, on the other side of the Guiniguada River. In the aftermath, the city was repeatedly attacked by pirates, bad harvests and epidemics decimated the population. From 1833 the port of Puerto de la Luz was built and Las Palmas also became an important trading port between the old and new world because of the banana trade by English entrepreneurs.

If you want to travel back in time, “Vegueta”, the old part of Las Palmas is also a good choice. Here you will be accompanied by the architecture of the past and many well-preserved and restored buildings.

In the new era, the first bathing tourists came with the first cruise ships and the first hotels were also built on Las Canteras Beach. With the opening of the airport, tourism increasingly shifted to the south of the island. In the evening, Las Palmas becomes a popular meeting place. Bars, bistros, night clubs and restaurants have emerged and enjoy international popularity.

The variety of hotels, concert halls, the different cultural events and of course the fantastic beaches attract and fascinate the visitors again and again. The longing of vacationers to live on the island of eternal spring need not be a dream. There are properties made to measure, whether apartments or houses for rent or for sale.

Airport: 25 km

Maspalomas: 57 km

Very good infrastructure lot of tourism.

 

MASPALOMAS is a place on the south coast on the island of Gran Canaria, belongs to the municipality of San Bartolomé de Tirajana and borders on Playa del Ingles, San Fernando, Meloneras and is located directly on the sea with a fantastic beach and the dunes. Maspalomas is shaped by tourism and has no other relevant economic sectors. Divided into six districts: in the north you can find “El Tablero”; in the northwest is “Sonnenland”, in the southwest “Meloneras”; in the south and directly on the Atlantic lies “El Oasis” and in the middle is “Campo International”.

The 120 year old and 70 m high lighthouse is the symbol of Maspalomas. When Playa del Ingles was built in the 1960s, at that time there was only a hotel complex in El Oasis near the lighthouse and some restaurants and boutiques. At the beginning of the 80s Sonnenland and Campo International were built. In this district you will find bungalow complexes as well as private properties. In El Tablero district further north are kindergartens, schools and new shopping centers and amusement parks.

Meloneras has emerged in recent years. To this day, this elegant and popular place continues to expand. There is also a casino and extremely luxuriously equipped hotel complexes with their spacious gardens and pool landscapes. The excellently designed promenade with its first-class restaurants, cafés and bars is popular with international and well-heeled guests. At the western end of the promenade you can already see the idyllic marina of Pasito Blanco. At the end of this promenade a fine sandy beach has been created. Maspalomas has two wonderful golf courses. The one in Campo de Golf borders on the nature reserve “El Charco” and the world-famous large dune landscape. The other is in Meloneras with a fantastic sea views.

Here you will find exclusive villas and bungalows for sale or rent.

Nearest beach: Own beach

Airport approx. 31 km

Las Palmas approx. 57 km

Good infrastructure and a lot of tourism.

 

MELONERAS is a district of Maspalomas in the south of the island of Gran Canaria and belongs to the municipality of San Bartolomé de Tirajana. West of the lighthouse begins Meloneras, the newest and most luxurious part of Maspalomas. Fantastic hotel complexes and a congress hall have been built here in recent years. Small preferred residential areas such as El Hornillo there are houses and villas for sale or rent. International private schools, shopping centers, hospitals, golf course and the close proximity to the beaches make this area so interesting.

Meloneras is certainly one of the most popular holiday areas today, especially for the upscale clientele. Along the promenade you will find many cafes and restaurants with luxurious furnishings that are internationally popular. Next to it are pavilions with perfumeries, fine boutiques. The Varadero shopping center is modern and bright. Shops with designer fashions, jewelers, gifts, tobacco products with exquisite cigars, rare and exquisite wines, also champagne is offered here.

You talk with friends on the beach promenade and find that time loses its power here. Past the terraces from which music sounds, along restaurants, along the promenade that winds its way along the coast until the beach of Meloneras suddenly appears in the last curve. The small beach at the end of the path that you stroll through without feeling the slightest hurry. Places like this, they are balm for the nerves and put things on you site.

Next beach: Meloneras

Airport approx. 35 km

Las Palmas approx. 60 km

Very good infrastructure and a lot of tourism.

 

MOGAN is a municipality on the south coast of the island. Mogan also includes the fishing village of Puerto de Mogan, (approx.. 9 km from Mogan away) the little Venice that is one of the most beautiful seaside village thanks to its unique location and natural surroundings. The marina is a meeting point for many passionate water and sailing athletes. Yacht or boat trips for whale and dolphin watching are popular attractions.

In the past, the place could only be reached by sea. Today there is the coastal road and shipping connections to Puerto Rico and Arguineguin. In addition, the new motorway section was released in 2012 and you can drive directly to the north. This community has become a real tourist magnet in recent years. Along the coast there are areas such as Arguineguin, Patalavaca, Anfi del Mar, Puerto Rico, Amadores, Tauro, Playa del Cura, Taurito and Puerto de Mogán with hotels and restaurants, but also apartment- and bungalow complexes, bars, supermarkets, shopping centers. In Tauro is a golf course “Anfi Tauro Golf”.

Gran Canaria Mogan villa house apartment fo sale and rent 

Next beach: Puerto de Mogan

Airport approx. 58 km

Maspalomas approx. 30 km

Las Palmas approx. 83 km

Good infrastructure and a lot of tourism.

 

MONTAÑA LA DATA is a village in the south on the island of Gran Canaria and belongs to the municipality of San Bartolomé de Tirajana. Montaña la Data is in a preferred location above Maspalomas and only a few minutes drive from Playa del Inglés and Meloneras. A good choice for your house if you want to buy or rent. A place popular to live locals and residents. Here you find peace and quiet away from mass tourism.

Next beach: Maspalomas

Maspalomas approx. 8 km

Airport approx. 35 km

Las Palmas approx. 60 km

Good infrastructure and small tourism.

 

MONTE LEON is located in the south of the island of Gran Canaria and belongs to the municipality of San Bartolomé de Tirajana. It is certainly the most exclusive residential area and personalities from business and politics live here. There are somewhat hidden villas with wonderful gardens, pools, tennis courts on large plots of land in this unique area. Monte León is also known for the finca of the German conductor & pianist Justus Frantz.

Monte León is located above Maspalomas at approx. 450 m above sea level and only a few minutes’ drive from Playa del Inglés and Maspalomas.

Monte León house finca sale.

Next beach: Maspalomas

Maspalomas 8 km

Airport approx. 35 km

Las Palmas approx. 60 km

No tourism.

 

PASITO BLANCO is a complex in the south of Gran Canaria, located directly at the sea with its own beach and view of the Meloneras lighthouse. The complex consists almost entirely of villas, is cordoned off, with doorman and 24-hour surveillance. The area also includes a supermarket, a restaurant and a marina with availability for boats up to 23m long x 6m wide.

Here are villas and houses for sale or rent.

Own beach

Airport: 35 km

Maspalomas: 7 km

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: 61 km

No tourism

 

PLAYA DEL ÁGUILA is a small town in the south of Gran Canaria located directly at the sea.

Here you can find bungalows and apartments for sale and rent.

Own beach

Maspalomas: 7 km

Airport: 24 km

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: 49 km

Good infrastructure little tourism.

 

PLAYA DEL HOMBRE is a small town in the east of Gran Canaria located directly at the sea.

Here you will find bungalows and apartments for sale and for rent.

Own beach

Maspalomas: 42 km

Airport: 10 km

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: 22 km

Good infrastructure, little tourism.

 

PLAYA DEL INGLES is a town in the south of Gran Canaria and belongs to the municipality of San Bartolomé de Tirajana. It borders San Fernando, Maspalomas, San Agustin and is located directly at the sea. The lively vacation center with the largest selection of hotels and a wide range of bars, clubs, restaurants and endless possibilities for sports enthusiasts such as water sports, horse riding, tennis, golf, hiking, biking or just walking on the long dream beach or the famous dunes of Playa del Ingles
Interesting events: Carnival, end of February to mid-March, Gay Pride, mid-May, October, Winter Gay Pride. In the early 1960s, tourists began to discover the south in tourism and the first hotel complexes and apartment buildings were built. The island’s largest tourist center emerged from the previously arid, dusty, and sparsely inhabited region. In the neighboring city of San Fernando, Spanish residents and workers lived and worked for the new tourist fortress.
In recent years, more and more residents have settled there, and today the town has become an attractive and popular place to live. Here you can find apartments, houses, bungalows, villas for sale and rent. In addition to the numerous international hotels, there are also many bungalow complexes and apartment houses. These facilities are often embedded in dreamy, tropical green spaces. Playa del Ingles, which is getting a little old, is particularly charming. In addition to a bar culture, numerous restaurants and numerous shopping malls, long-term vacationers and residents will also find everything their “home heart” desires. German bakeries, butchers, supermarkets with many household products also facilitate shopping for tourists.

Own beach

Airport: 29 km.

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: 54 km.

Good infrastructure a lot of tourism

 

PUERTO RICO is a village in the southwest of the island of Gran Canaria and belongs to the municipality of Mogan, is located directly at the coast and is adapted to mass tourism. In addition to the large hotels, there are also many houses and apartments for sale or rent. The town was opened up to tourism in the 1960s and has now grown up into both side of the valleys. The sheltered location in the bay often ensures no wind and is very popular for the tourists. Two marinas offers lying areas for boats and large yachts. Ships depart from the port to Arguineguin and Puerto de Mogán. The place is considered the water sports paradise of Gran Canaria and if you like fish and seafood, this is the place for you. As a holiday destination, this place is very popular for British and Scandinavian tourists. Many shopping centers, shops, restaurants, bars meet everyday needs. The nightlife in Puerto Rico is scarce but at the harbor you can end the evening with a good glass of wine.

Next beach: Own beach, 3 km Amadores.

Maspalomas approx. 19 km

Airport approx. 47 km

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria approx. 73 km

Very good infrastructure and a lot of tourism.

 

EL SALOBRE is a small village in the south of the island of Gran Canaria and belongs to the municipality of San Bartolome de Tirajana. It lies about 200 m above sea level and is more agricultural with a few accommodations for rural tourism. In addition to a few new single-family houses, El Salobre offers more original charm. The proximity to Maspalomas and Playa del Ingles as well as the sale and rental prices for houses and apartments make this place as a main residence more and more interesting for residents and locals. A bit away from mass tourism and still quiet and shopping centers, shops, restaurants, bars can be reached in a few minutes.

 

Nearest beach: Maspalomas

Maspalomas approx. 6 km

Airport approx. 34 km

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria approx. 66 km

Moderate infrastructure and hardly any tourism.

 

SALOBRE GOLF is a residential area directly on the golf course of “Salobre Golf” in the south of the island of Gran Canaria, belongs to the municipality of San Bartolome de Tirajana. The golf resort is relatively new and also offers the modern Sheraton Salobre Golf hotel in addition to the demanding golf course. Entrance controls which only grant access to residents and guests as well as absolute tranquility, privacy and security are a matter of course here. Many properties are for sale or rent, whether modern villa or house all have nice gardens with pools, are of a high standard and are located directly on the golf course which is surrounded by a fantastic mountains or offers a beautiful view of the sea. Many of the Hotel Sheraton’s amenities can be used by residents.

The proximity to Arguineguín, Playa del Ingles, Maspalomas and the exclusive Boulevard Faro in Meloneras make these area interesting. A little bit away from mass tourism and still quiet, close to shopping centers, shops, restaurants, bars and international schools.

Next beach: Arguineguín approx. 15 km, Meloneras approx. 10 km

Maspalomas approx.. 10 km

Airport approx. 40 km

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria approx. 64 km

 

SAN AGUSTIN is located directly on the sea from Gran Canaria and belongs to the municipality of San Bartolomé de Tirajana, one of the most popular tourist destinations and places of residence together with the two south-west towns of Maspalomas and Playa del Ingles and the settlement of Bahía Feliz in the northeast.

San Agustin also conveys the feeling of being able to escape everyday stress and stopping time for a while. The promenade in connection with the Paseo Costa Canaria is quite long and takes you from San Agustin to the dunes of Maspalomas. Another highlight is certainly the Thalasso therapy center, a relaxation and luxury oasis. Let yourself be pampered and treat yourself to an extra dose of rest and relaxation.

A large shopping center with customer-oriented opening times, numerous specialty shops, small supermarkets, restaurants, bars, hairdressers, car rental companies, butchers, German bakers, all under one roof. Almost everything is also possible for leisure and water sports enthusiasts!

The place of residence San Agustin has grown considerably and changed positively in recent years. Large hotels, international schools, hospitals and the special location right by the sea have pushed up real estate prices for an apartment, house, villa to sale and rent. Nevertheless, the upper middle class lives here, it is considered a preferred residential area and is very popular with locals and residents.

Next beach: San Agustin

Maspalomas: ca. 5 km

Airport: ca. 25 km

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: ca. 50 km

Good infrastructure and a lot of tourism.

 

SAN FERNANDO is a district of Maspalomas in the south of the island of Gran Canaria and belongs to the municipality of San Bartolomé de Tirajana and borders immediately north of Playa del Ingles and in the past was mainly intended for spanish people who work in the holiday resorts an hotels. In recent years, the cityscape has not realy changed and still offer the original charm from the past. Here you will find apartments and single-family houses in the Spanish architectural style, some for sale or rent. Various public schools, supermarkets, restaurants and bars and the beach can be reached in a few minutes. A popular place to live for locals and residents.

 

Nearest beach: Playa de Ingles 2 km

Maspalomas: 3 km

Airport: 32 km

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: 57 km

Good infrastructure and a lot of tourism.

 

SONNENLAND is a district of Maspalomas in the south of the island of Gran Canaria and belongs to the municipality of San Bartolomé de Tirajana. Many bungalow complex, apartments and single-family houses were built here, some are for sale or rent. Various supermarkets, restaurants, bars and the beach can be reached in a few minutes. A popular place to live for locals and residents.

Nearest beaches: Maspalomas 3 km, Meloneras 4 km

Airport: 32 km

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: 57 km

Good infrastructure and a lot of tourism.

 

SANTA BRÍGIDA is a municipality in the north of Gran Canaria, approximately 500 above sea level. The Real Club de Golf de Las Palmas golf course (www.realclubdegolfdelaspalmas.com) belongs to this municipality.

The community celebrates some highlights each year. Only the most important is mentioned here. The festival held on the first Saturday of August in honor of St. Brigitte (Santa Brígida), patron saint of the municipality.

Here you can find apartments and houses in Canarian style for sale and rent.

The beaches nearby are: The beaches at Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Las Canteras 18 km and Alcaravaneras 18 km.

Airport: 25 km

Maspalomas: 56 km

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: 17 km

Good infrastructure, no tourism.

 

SANTA LUCIA DE TIRAJANA is a town in the southeast of Gran Canaria, 24 km from the coast. It is the third most populous municipality on the island. It has two areas with well-differentiated characteristics: the coastal area, where almost all its population lives and in which the urban centers of Vecindario El Doctoral, Sardina and Pozo Izquierdo stand out, and the upper area, which correspond to the most sparsely populated area and also more traditional, and where the municipal head is found.

Here you can find bungalows, apartments and houses for sale and rent.

Nearby beaches: Playa de Arinaga 24 km, Castillo del Romeral 24, km

Maspalomas: 37 km

Airport: 29 km

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: 55 km

Good infrastructure no tourism.

 

TAURO was once a fishing village, is located in the south of the island of Gran Canaria and belongs to the municipality of Mogan. The area has developed positively in recent years and many new holiday apartments, bungalows, houses and villas have been built and some are now available for sale or rent. For golf enthusiasts, there are several courses here that can be played all year round. The marina in Puerto de Mogan are only 11 km kilometers away.

Next beaches: Playa de Tauro 2 km, Amadores 4 km, Puerto Rico 4 km, Playa del Cura 4 km.

 

Maspalomas: 20 km

Airport: 48 km

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: 74 km

Good infrastructure and a lot of tourism.

 

TELDE is a city in the east of the island and the second largest populated municipality, after Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and about 5 km from the coast. The neighboring municipalities are Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in the north, Ingenio in the south, Valsequillo in the west and Santa Brígida in the northwest. Telde developed into an important city on the island and also benefited from its proximity to the capital Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

When visiting the historic center of Telde, a walk through the oldest district of San Juan is recommended. The most important civil and religious buildings are in the area of ​​the Church of San Juan Bautista and the Plaza Mayor. The León y Castillo museum house and the San Francisco district with its narrow streets, low houses with gable roofs and long, limed facades also astonish many tourists. The tour of the historic old town finally ends in the San Gregorio district, where once the traders and artisans settled.

Today, Telde is still very popular as a place to live and here apartments and houses are predominantly built, some of them are for sale or rent. Various shopping centers, schools, supermarkets, restaurants and bars as well as the beaches can be reached in a few minutes. A popular place to live for locals and residents.

On the coast of Telde, cliffs and beautiful beaches (small bays) such as La Garita or Melenara alternate with fishing tradition with restaurants that offer fresh fish and seafood prepared like the local style.

Next beaches: La Garita, Hoya del Pozo, Playa del Hombre, Playa de Melenara, Playa de Salinetas. All between 5 and 6 km away.

Maspalomas: 42 km

Airport: 10 km

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: 20 km

Good infrastructure and little tourism.

 

VALSEQUILLO is a municipality west of Telde in the northern part of Gran Canaria, approx. 550 above sea level.

The Valsequillo community celebrates some highlights each year. One of the most important is the patron saint San Miguel Arcangel on September 29. For three days there is street theater, the traditional pilgrimage, a cattle fair and the folk festival of the Suelta del Perro Maldito (“Release the damned dog”).

The day of San Juan Bautista (John the Baptist) is also celebrated. In Tenteniguada, the traditional large bonfire is lit on the magical night of June 24th.

In Valle de San Roque, the streets are decorated with flags and fairy lights every year to celebrate the patron saint of San Roque on August 16.

Almond grow also plays an important role. That is why the popular almond blossom festival (Fiesta del Almendro en Flor) takes place in the first two weeks of February, with the focus on the blossom of the almond tree.

Here you can find apartments and houses in the Canarian style to sale and rent.

Nearest beaches: La Garita, Hoya del Pozo, Playa del Hombre, Playa de Melenara, Playa de Salinetas. All between 15 and 16 km away.

Airport: 19 km

Maspalomas: 51 km

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: 30 km

Very good infrastructure, no tourism.

 

VECINDARIO is a town on the southeast coast of the island of Gran Canaria and belongs to the municipality of Santa Lucia de Tirajana and is a shopping and sports town par excellence. The place is exactly in the middle between the airport and Maspalomas and is a popular tourist destination. Easily accessible directly from the motorway GC1, the city offers a considerable number of shops and shops, although the prices here can be described as “still normal” compared to the touristy south. The Atlantico shopping center is certainly the newest and largest. Modern architecture, customer-oriented opening hours, numerous specialist shops, a huge supermarket, restaurants and bars as well as a large cinema and much more can be found here.

Various activities are possible for recreational athletes. The sports palace “Pabellon Muncipal de Deporte” with indoor sports hall, indoor pool and fitness studio as well as two public indoor swimming pools, an athletics and football stadium with a very nice lawn delight residents and tourists alike. The world windsurfing championships are on El Arenal beach (Pozo Izquierdo).

Also in Vecindario is the “Gran Hotel Vecindario Aeropuerto” (airport hotel), with four stars and is particularly popular for business travelers.

As a village to live, Vecindario is popular for locals and residents becouse as property prices for houses or apartments to sale or rent here are considerably cheaper and you can quickly reach the north or south via the direct connection from the motorway and with buses, “Guagua” called on the Canary Islands.

Next beach: El Arenal approx. 3 km, Balos approx. 4 km, Boca las Casillas approx. 6 km, Arinaga approx. 7 km, Corral de Espino approx. 8 km, El Cabrón approx. 8 km,

Maspalomas approx. 22 km

Airport approx. 11 km

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria approx. 37 km

Good infrastructure and moderate tourism.

 

VEGA DE SAN MATEO is a municipality in the north of Gran Canaria, 800 above sea level.

The community celebrates some highlights each year. Only the most important is mentioned here. The festival held on September 21 in honor of St. Matthew (San Mateo), patron saint of the community, accompanied by horse races and a cattle market.

Here you can find apartments and houses in Canarian style for sale and rent.

Nearest beaches: The beaches at Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Las Canteras 26 km and Alcaravaneras 26 km.

Airport: 32 km

Maspalomas: 64 km

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: 26 km

Good infrastructure, no tourism.