Hungry for restaurant reviews? Foodie Matthew Hirtes has visited many of Spain’s leading restaurants. In the first in a new series, he offers a guide to Las Palmas de Gran Canaria’s 200gramos.
Are you a fan of Spanish football? Meet fellow supporter Matthew Hirtes who has been closely following the fortunes of Spain’s leading and lesser lights since moving to the country back in 2004. His latest club guide is all about Gran Canaria’s one and only UD Las Palmas.
New destinations and hundreds of villas have been added while Jet2holidays expands its Jet2Villas programme via a new commercial partnership with James Villa Holidays.
Jet2.com and Jet2holidays launched flights from two new bases today. The new routes depart from London Stansted and Birmingham Airport.
One of the most common questions we receive is “What is the weather like in the Canary Islands?” When escaping those chilly mornings – it is often a priority.
As one of the larger Canary Islands, there are plenty of things to do in Gran Canaria. Here we look at a small selection of those.
A representative from La Gomera PSOE (Socialist Party) has asked the Spanish government to increase the 50 per cent subsidy for air travel that certain Canary Island residents receive, to 75 per cent for non-capital islands.
It’s easy to find things to do online, but what about those elusive secrets of the Canary Islands. Here we bring you a few that don’t always appear in the travel brochures, or that we think you shouldn’t miss either.
Later this week, Maspalomas carnival 2017 starts in the town of its namesake in Gran Canaria. Kicking off on March 3 2017 and continuing until March 12, there is a host of activities for you to get involved in.
Corralejo harbour has firmly entered the diigital age with a brand new infopoint for visitors. Correlejo in the Canary Islands is a firm favourite with holidaymakers, and now they can find out more about the area.
In the first of several specials, this is Canary Islands week. From February 27 2017 to March 5 we will be bringing you loads of articles all focussed on the seven larger islands.
After considerable delays, the Puerto de Mogán bus station is now open. Buses began running from the evening of January 29 2017, according to the bus service’s website.