BlueBay Beach Club
“The BlueBay Beach Club*** resort near Playa del Ingles in Gran Canaria, enjoys an exclusive waterfront location in the private community of Bahia Feliz along the serene San Augustine coast line. If you’re looking for a quiet break with your loved one or the family, surrounded by outstanding natural beauty, then this is the hotel for you. Furthermore, the BlueBay Beach Club*** Gran Canaria is known for its relaxed atmosphere and friendly staff. As the name suggests, the BlueBay Beach Club*** is located directly on the beach.
Avenida Pablo Picasso Nº 6 35107 San Agustín.
Aeropuerto de Gran Canaria
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6, 35107 San Agustin, San Bartolomé de Tirajana, Las Palmas, Spain
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Must see in Gran Canaria
The coastline along Gran Canaria is one of the preferred hotspots for tourists who choose to come to the island. The average yearly temperature of 24 degrees guarantees a long lasting experience at any of the beaches along the coast, most of which are easily accessible and apt for bathing. There are choices to suit all tastes. Tourists can choose from long stretches of golden sands, to tiny coves sheltered in the shadow of steeping cliffs, and areas reserved for nudists.
Maspalomas and Playa del Inglés, at the natural area of Las Dunas, are the best known spots due to their wide range
of accommodation and leisure and entertainment. Las Canteras is one of the finest urban beaches in Spain and
the pride of the residents of the capital, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. One of the most delightful nightfalls to be
had on the island is at Agaete, while the coast of Mogán is another ideal area to enjoy the sea thanks to the stability of the climate, famous around Europe for having over 330 sunny days a year.
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is the largest city in the Canary Islands. It is the capital of the island, and was founded back in 1478. Over the years it has consolidated itself as an important, cosmopolitan Atlantic location. Since Christopher Columbus first came here several centuries ago for the first of three visits on his way to America, travellers from all origins have been seduced by its charms.
With a historical and colonial town centre, made up of Vegueta and Triana, and with one of the finest urban
beaches in the world at Las Canteras, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is also a leading tourist, historical, astronomic, shopping hotspot, with delightful museums and a fine range of cultural and entertainment offerings, the highlight being its well known Carnival.
Gran Canaria is a volcanic island that shines out like a beacon in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. This tiny
European territory is situated just off the western coast of Africa, and boasts everything you need for a most
unforgettable holiday, thanks to its privileged climate, top quality amenities and services, its excellently preserved natural environment, and the friendly character of its local residents.
All these qualities fit neatly into its uniquely rounded shape, in which over 60 kilometres of beach live alongside
deep ravines and iconic rocky formations. The island’s stunning orography, which culminates at 1,949 metres altitude at Pico de Las Nieves, provides a diverse landscape that can be easily reached by a fine network of roads,
allowing visitors to move between coast and mountain in a short period of time.
This contrast can also be extended to its cultural identity, forged over centuries, the result of the blending of its aboriginal legacy and its contact with three different continents, namely Europe, Africa and America. All these
have left their seal on the architecture, paintings and artistic manifestations that can be seen at the Atlantic
Modern Art Centre (CAAM), and at Africa House, two of the institutions that best represent these cultural and
historical links joining the island with other civilizations.
Gran Canaria’s year-round average temperature of 24 degrees make it an extraordinary place for sports activities, set in truly natural surroundings. Hiking, mountain bike, cycling tourism and climbing enthusiasts
are truly fortunate, choosing the ideal setting for their favourite sport on a land whose rich natural surroundings
were awarded the distinction of Biosphere Reserve by Unesco on 43% of its territory and coastline.
Gran Canaria, which has never turned its back on the sea at any time during its long history, has become a top
attraction for those looking to hone their skills at surfing, windsurfing, diving and sports fishing. The quality of its waters are awarded with over a dozen blue flags every year, in recognition of its sports harbours and beaches, all equipped with modern infrastructures and nearly all of which are apt for bathing.