Come to Gran Canaria and be amazed by the diversity around every corner on the infinite island
This central island in the Canary Islands archipelago is one of the most popular with tourists all year round, as it has probably the best climate in the world, with average annual temperatures of 21ºC. Visitors are attracted by its wide range of activities, landscapes and environments.
Gran Canaria Island has everything from sandy beaches to secret, wild coves and rugged, mountainous landscapes with large forests and historical monuments such as Roque Nublo. Plus, the island has a wide range of cultural activities, water sports, golf, adventure and many different recreational and culinary experiences. We recommend you visit Las Palmas de Gran Canaria or charming towns like Agaete, Arucas, Teror, Gáldar and Mogán.
A large portion of the interior of the island has recently been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is the Risco Caído and the Sacred Mountains of Gran Canaria Cultural Landscape, which includes part of the land at Guayedra, where our EcoResort is located, and some of the most significant archaeological sites.
There is another side of Grand Canary Island, wild and natural, in the north, with a rugged relief featuring elephant cactus, pine and palm forests, which has been named a Biosphere Reserve. Here you can go hiking and discover spots that are more exotic than you could imagine, full of true biological and geological treasures.
At our EcoResort, located within this biosphere reserve, you can enjoy a holiday in a unique natural space, with all kinds of services and facilities to do sport, group activities or just rest and get away from it all.