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Las Palmas province in Spain

A holiday in the province of Las Palmas

Location: The province of Las Palmas is one of the two that make up the autonomous community of the Canary Islands which are a group of islands located in the Atlantic Ocean. It is composed of Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura and Lanzarote, as well as a number of smaller islands many of them without inhabiting.

Municipalities: Composed of 34 municipalities, of which the most important city is Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. The history of this province is full of important events of various peoples who came to its shores as they were French or Portuguese.

What to see? On every island, you will find a natural attraction to visit since it has several protected areas such as the National Park of Timanfaya on Lanzarote or the Inagua Natural reservation in Gran Canaria. It will also have at your disposal very good beaches and activities to spend your free time.

What to eat? The cuisine of the province of Las Palmas is based on fish as main raw material, as is the case in other parts of the Canary Islands. Plus join stews, grilled meat of great quality desserts.

Where to stay? You won't have any problems on the three islands to stay since they are focused on the tourism of all styles. Houses and apartments for rent is the best choice for longer stays.

How to get? The three main islands airports have daily flights from different parts of Spain and Europe. The ship also boasts good connections. The roads are in very good condition.

Canarias region in Spain

A paradise called Canary Islands

Location: The Canary Islands are located in the Atlantic Ocean just a few miles from Africa. They consist of the seven major islands Tenerife, La Palma, Gran Canaria, El Hierro, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote and La Gomera, with other small islands like Isla de Lobos or La Graciosa.

Municipalities: Formed by some 88 municipalities divided between the seven islands. The origin of the archipelago is volcanic, and formed part of a region that fragmented into various archipelagos such as Madeira.

What to see? There are many options spread over several islands. You can go to the wonderful beaches in Fuerteventura or Lanzarote, while the amazing nature of La Palma and La Gomera attracts many people throughout the year.

What to eat? There is a very diverse cuisine and with many local dishes such as gofio, "potatoes unpeeled" and other recipes made with vegetables, meat and fish provided by the Islands.

Where to stay? Being a very touristy area, you can choose many hotels that are scattered throughout the Islands. You can also stay at villas or apartments for rent during your holiday.

How to get there? Gran Canaria and Tenerife airports have many connections to different parts of the world, there are airports on each of the Islands. There are daily boat connections between islands. There are a few roads in good condition.