Las Palmas is one of Spain’s largest cities, the capital of the Canary Islands, and the perfect destination for a spectacular vacation. The city offers a Spanish feel with African, Chinese, and Indian vibes due to its large port. From beaches to historical sites to shopping districts, Las Palmas has so much to offer.
Casa-Museo de Colón
Documenting Columbus’s voyage as well as the Canary Island’s transatlantic shipping influence. The building itself is a display of Canarian architecture, including fountains, balconies, palm trees, and parrots.
Playa de las Canteras
The Playa de las Canteras offers 3km of arguably the world’s best city beaches. Just beneath the surface of the water is La Barra, a perfect reef for snorkeling during low tide. A walkway, the Paseo de la Canteras, offers an easy way to access the beach or to take stroll along the stretch of ocean front.
Chef and owner Pol keeps the menu fresh and new with ever-changing selections, including pork belly, truffles, and scallops. Housed in a chic restaurant of stone and mood lighting, Deliciosa Marta is a necessary stop in Las Palmas.
La Marinera offers the freshest seafo
La Marinera offers the freshest seafood within very close proximity of the ocean, offering great beach views. Fish is caught daily and sold by the kilo, so the menu changes depending on the day, making it a great place to visit again and again.
One of the city’s oldest districts, Triana is a great shopping destination. From retail outlets to old-style shops to boutiques, there is something for everyone. Additionally, the entire district is a national historic monument.
Located in the heart of Las Palmas in charming Cuidad Jardin, Casa Mozart provides a comfortable stay in a boutique-style hotel. With only 5 beautiful rooms, the staff offers personal and pleasant care for each guest.