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Gran Canaria Timeshare Resales

Gran Canaria is one of the most popular tourist destinations for Europeans, but its location in the Atlantic may make you feel that you are in a world all your own. With a Gran Canaria timeshare resale, you'll be able to learn new water sports, hike a diverse landscape of beaches, volcanoes, and desert dunes, and discover new meanings of the word "carefree" at a peaceful oceanside resort.

Gran Canaria is sometimes called Europe's "mini continent" for the sheer variety of landscapes and micro-climates it has on its relatively small surface. In the capital.... Read More

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of Las Palmas, you'll find a colonial Spanish city with museums, historic architecture, and many al fresco restaurants, bars, and places to shop. By contrast, many resorts are concentrated on the southern end of the island where the stunning beaches support an economy centered around everything a tourist could want from surfing and parasailing to dancing until dawn. Maspalomas Beach, at 3.5 miles long, is the most popular and large enough to hold its legions of fans among its white, sandy dunes.

Attractions for Kids

For the kids, there's no place to go like Aqualand, Gran Canaria's largest water park. Its numerous swimming pools, water rides, and slides bring variety to days swimming at the beach. Another popular family attraction is at Palmitos Park, filled with birds, cacti, meerkats, gibbons, and other cute animals, birds, and butterflies.

While you enjoy the beauty and culture around your Gran Canaria timeshare, you also have an opportunity to catch a glimpse of ancient human history. The Cueva Pintada Archaeological Park offers visitors a guided walk through a pre-Hispanic village and the highlight of the experience is the chance to see the famous geometric wall paintings from behind the protecting glass bubble. For families, the museum offers kids workshops to let them learn more about the people who made these paintings.

With nearly 365 days of sunshine a year, a Gran Canaria timeshare is the perfect outdoor travel plan. You'll find almost any kind of terrain for hiking and bicycling from one end of the island to another, as well as champion golf courses, botanical gardens, and volcanic craters such as Caldera de Bandama.

When to Visit

Tourism in Gran Canaria has two annual peaks, the first in the summer when European travelers come for family holidays on the Canary Islands, and again in the winter when the long sunny days attract crowds of tourists wanting to escape the cold and snow back home. If you are looking to find a deal or avoid the crowds, you may want to consider taking a trip to a Gran Canaria timeshare during the off months, which are normally in the fall and spring from September through November, and again in April and May.