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Gran Canaria, luxury for your holidays


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Hotel Altamar is located in the southwest of the island of Gran Canaria, in the municipality of Mogán, in the tourist residential area of Puerto Rico. This destination has been designed by tourists for tourists and it enjoys a high level of popularity thanks to its fantastic leisure and entertainment activities.

It is also famous for its fabulous weather all year long, with average yearly temperatures of 24ºC (75ºF) and low level of rainfall. Located just four minutes away from the beach, the hotel enjoys an ideal location if you are looking for leisure and entertainment.

Discover the island Make the most of your stay and travel around Gran Canaria

Santa Lucía

Villa de Santa Lucía is an excellent option for the many activities that it offers. Shopping won’t be a problem, since its location in Vecindario is one of the most popular areas on the island for it. The town itself preserves artistic and religious points of interest, such as the church of Santa Lucía and its crucifix of approximately 20 inches in size made by Luján Pérez. If you like windsurfing, you must visit the beach of Pozo Izquierdo, the home of this sport’s world championship.

San Bartolomé de Tirajana

Beaches and mountains. This is the ideal location to enjoy the best of both worlds, as you will be able to go hiking and to sunbathe on the beach by the sea. This municipality is the largest on the island and its old town is home to the church of San Bartolomé de Tirajana, a must-see for all visitors. However, the main part is the area of Maspalomas and its dunes, stunning sand blocks that are formed naturally and that change in shape and position with time. We recommend that you visit the areas of San Agustín, Playa del Inglés and Meloneras.


If you are looking for stunning views, we recommend that you go to the cliffs of Veneguera and Mogán. The best are integrated in tourist residential areas surrounded by shops. Here, you can also visit the church of San Antonio de Padua, which dates from the year 1814.

La Aldea de San Nicolás

The perfect place to discover Canarian architecture in all of its splendour, with houses made of stone and mud from the Seventeenth and Eighteenth centuries as well as houses with balconies from the Eighteenth century. You can also learn everything about its native culture and history, since this is where they found different items of stone and mud that are now part of the Canarian Museum in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

The island’s capital has many attractions. In the Vegueta district you can find the city’s most important architectonic points of interest, such as Santa Ana Cathedral, the Bishop’s Palace (Palacio Episcopal) and the Council Houses (Casas Consistoriales). If you would like to go shopping, the Triana district is the perfect option.


The town centre of Arucas is of historical and artistic interest thanks to points of interest such as the parochial church of San Juan Bautista, Plaza de San Juan y de la Constitución, the Council Houses and the old town market. After this route, what better way to finish the morning than with a glass of rum after a visit to the Ron Arehucas Factory-Museum.

Santa Brígida

Beautiful landscapes, a fantastic street market and the parochial church of Santa Brígida are the three main things you have to see when you visit Villa de Santa Brígida. Also, Casa del Vino (House of Wine) is the perfect place to try the best regional wines.