b'Appartment Playa Mogan Las Artes'
Rental basis: Entire house or apartment
Number of bedrooms: 1; Number of other rooms with beds: 0
- Suitable for 02 / 4 persons
- 01 bedroom / 01 bathroom/ extra toilet 01
- Wifi incl. air conditioning extra
Watch the sun go down in Puerto de Mogán
The tourist town of Mogán is located in the south of Gran Canaria, in one of the best climatic zones in the whole of the Canary Islands. There are few places in Spain with so many days of sunshine. But Mogán does not only offer sun.
It has beaches with fine sand and numerous places to spend the night.
Puerto de Mogán is the ideal place for those looking for a quiet corner to watch the sun go down after a day at the beach.
Puerto de Mogán is one of the most picturesque and pleasant enclaves on the south side of Gran Canaria. It is an ideal place if you want to stop for something to eat or something to drink, surrounded by colorful houses that merge up to the wharf. Bougainvilleas and hibiscus flowers bloom in the windows; people chat in peace on the terraces of the harbor cafés. Next to the quay is a neighborhood with houses built over small canals, which further enhances the charm of the port area.
Puerto de Mogán has a marina with 225 berths where sailing boats and fishing boats are disorderly mixed, which is reflected in the animated crowd of the cafés. Boats depart from this place every day to show tourists the south coast of the island. This is also where the small tourist submarine leaves with which you can explore the seabed in the area.
The seabed off the coast of Mogán is a small miracle, a public secret among diving enthusiasts. In Puerto de Mogán, underwater photography championships have been held several times and for divers coming to the island, Mogán is a mandatory destination.
Plenty of reasons to come back to Mogán.
Puerto de Mogán, the most westerly holiday resort on Gran Canaria’s southern coast, is a picturesque port, a charming fishing village, a marina and chic holiday destination all rolled into one. The stretch of golden sand on this excellent and well-protected beach, makes it a favourite with families. The clear water is calm and the sea around the breakwater is a great place for snorkelling as there is a variety of fish to spot. Also, visitors can explore the fascinating underwater world by taking a trip on a yellow submarine or spending some time on a deep-sea fishing boat and catch world-record-sized tunas or marlins. There are sunbeds, sunshades, pedalos and canoes for hire and kiosks offering cool drinks and snacks.
This is an up-market holiday resort, aiming to offer quality over quantity for discerning holidaymakers who prefer relaxing surroundings to hustle and bustle.
Away from the beach is a network of canals and bridges, which is why Puerto de Mogán is often described as ‘Little Venice’. Visitors can enjoy a pleasant stroll around the port, where there is a good selection of shops and superb fish restaurants.
There are places to park on the road as well as a car park close to the beach. Buses run frequently and there is a taxi rank.
Puerto de Mogán is an area with a marine tradition which because of its unique setting and natural beauty, has evolved into one of the most beautiful urban settlements of the Canary Islands. The marina, where many international sailing enthusiasts converge, has 225 moorings and is an excellent sailing spot, making the port of Mogán an unforgettable place.
For those interested in culture, a walk thorough the streets of the centre is recommended, to see the church of Saint Anthony (Iglesia de San Antonio), built inThe church includes a beautiful wooden carving and statues of Saint Anthony of Padua and the Immaculate Conception.
Gran Canaria has beaches to suit all tastes. From the enormous extension of the Maspalomas dunes to the multitude of bays along the coastline of Mogán. From the lively beach at Las Canteras, to the tiny coves to the north of the island.
Oh, and don’t forget the sun, plus a mild climate and pleasant temperatures all year round, with warm Winters and slightly warmer Summers.
Look no further for a holiday world for your family. You will always find something fun to do on our little Miniature Continent. Your kids will never have a dull moment in a resort that is on a par with your home in terms of safety.
In general, visitors should experience few problems travelling in the Canary Islands. The biggest threat Gran Canaria may pose is a bad case of sunburn or a nasty hangover! Regardless of the time of year that you choose to visit Gran Canaria, don't be fooled by cool breezes and cloudy days. Make the most of the glorious sunshine but remember to use a high factor sun lotion and apply it regularly. Also, drink plenty of water to keep hydrated.
Rental Basis: Entire house or apartment
Electric stove / cooktop, Seating area, Sofa, Elevator in building, Clothes rack, Towels (free), View - city, Wardrobe/closet, Airport shuttle, No heating, No swimming pool,
Wheelchair Access: No