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CANARY ISLANDS To find out more visit saga.co.uk/grancanaria Bandama Las Palmas Teror Bull Reina Isabel & Spa Gran Canaria Las Palmas Airport Playa del Inglés Puerto Mogan Maspalomas Riu Palmeras San Agustin Bull Costa Canaria & Spa Gran Canaria Be amazed by the different landscapes and culture of this enchanting island... stroll along seemingly endless sandy beaches... head into the lush mountain vistas... Las Palmas The island's capital is an elegant city with a colonial past. You're sure to love the abundance of restaurants and bars, but there's plenty of history and culture to be discovered here too. San Agustin This upmarket resort offers three beautiful black sand beaches and a quieter, more refined atmosphere than neighbouring Playa del Inglés and Maspalomas. Playa del Inglés A popular resort with a smart promenade, Playa del Inglés is ideal for delightful walks to neighbouring San Agustin or the magnificent Maspalomas Dunes. Playa del Inglés The festival spirit Mountainous Gran Canaria Helpful Information The second most populated Canary Island lies south east of Tenerife. Flying time: 4 hours 30 minutes from Gatwick to Las Palmas. Time difference: GMT Average high temperature °C Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 21 21 23 23 24 26 27 28 27 26 24 22 Figures based on Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Why not try... Heading to the mountains of the island's interior where you'll find swathes of pine forests punctuated by gleaming villages. Discovering the dunes ­ Maspalomas Dunes have been a national park since 1994 and no visit to Gran Canaria would be complete without seeing this great expanse. Exploring the ancient capital that dates back to 1478. The old district of Vegueta is a great place to soak up the culture. 80