All Inclusive Holidays Gran Canaria

With legendary nightlife, sandy beaches and year-round sunshine, it’s easy to see why Gran Canaria is such a popular tourist destination. However, Gran Canaria is not your average beach destination: Gran Canria has a number of interesting landmarks to visit, whale watching opportunities and great hiking routes. There is something for everyone to enjoy!

One of the great things about opting for an all-inclusive Gran Canaria holiday is that all of your on-site food and drinks are included in the price of your holiday. This makes it easier for you to budget for your holiday and will work out, more often than not, cheaper than eating out.

Usually hotels provide three buffet style meals at set times throughout the day and a snack bar where travellers can get food and drinks between meals. While most food and drink is covered in the package, there are some exceptions. For example, many hotels charge extra for imported alcoholic drinks and champagnes.

Another great feature about all-inclusive hotels is that they tend to have excellent facilities as they know that holidaymakers will be spending much of their time at the resort. Such facilities include swimming pools, Jacuzzis, children’s activities and evening entertainment.

What to Do in Gran Canaria

While it may be difficult to tear yourself away from the hotel pool, be sure to venture beyond the walls of your resort. There are plenty of fun things to see and do in Gran Canaria, some of best attractions have been outlined below:

Gran Canaria’s major draw card is its stunning collection of beaches. Maspalomas Beach is perhaps the most beautiful beach on the island as it has sugar white sand and is more than 3 miles long. Another popular beach is Las Canteras Beach. This is the only urban beach in the Canary Islands and is lined by restaurants, bars and shops.

While on holiday in Gran Canaria there are a number of interesting landmarks to visit. One of the most-famous is the Las Palmas Cathedral. The cathedral is around 600 years old and has a neoclassical façade and an interesting Gothic interior to explore.

Popular with families and animal lovers alike is the Crocodile Park and Palmitos Park. As its name suggests, Crocodile Park is home to the largest collection of crocodiles in Europe. Indeed, there are more than 300 crocodiles at the park! Crocodile Park is also home to a number of tropical birds, monkeys, leopards and other creature. Palmitos Park is home to a fascinating collection of flora and fauna. Highlights of the park include the cactus gardens, meerkats and butterfly house.