2013 Escapades: The Valley of Mogan

Gran Canaria, in common with the rest of the archipelago, is a paradise to enjoy throughout the year with its many beaches and natural areas which repeatedly surprise visitors. Within this beautiful island exist perfect places for a getaway in 2013. Mogan is one of these places, perfect to spend a week or 4 days with the family, friends or a partner.

Puerto Mogan Canaria

This municipality, the second largest of the island, is an extensive valley with a combination of fishing and mountain villages, just a short distance from the Atlantic and surrounded and protected by mountains.

The farms of this area of Gran Canaria cultivate bananas, avocado pears and mangos which evoke an exotic touch of colour which together with the intensive blue of the sea invites you to rest and enjoy the ocean. Relax in the sun on one of the exquisite virgin beaches, walk along the fisherman’s jetty, surf, sail or dive.

Near to the village is this landscape typical of the south of Gran Canaria, where you can discover many well known places such as Amadores, Maspalomas or Puerto Rico, Arguinequin, and Lomoquiebre….  All these locations, according to the experts, offer the best climate in Europe: the temperatures remain stable throughout the year, offering permanent summer which permits you to swim both in June and during the Christmas holidays.

Playa Amadores Mogan

The offer of accommodation in Mogan is extensive and comfortable, with many possibilities, to enable the traveller to maximize their holiday according to their requirements.

Among the most comprehensive accommodation in the area, highlighted are the apartments in Amadores, one of the beaches most highly valued by locals and visitors.

Also, in the centre of the valley, it is possible to find charming hotels, however, the most

convenient is to book a hotel with restaurant by the Amadores beach, just a steps from the beach and then rent a car to enable you to visit the rest of the parish and, of course, the island.

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