Aeropuerto De Gran Canaria Autopista Gc-1 Km 16,5 Salida 16View on map
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Grand Canaria Airport is the busiest airport of the Canary Islands archipelago, and is situated in the eastern part of Grand Canaria on the Bay of Gando. Europcar, of course, can be easily found in Grand Canaria Airport, on hand to help with any car hire needs. Our fleet of comfortable, modern and reliable vehicles is ready to accommodate any size of family or budget, while services like easy online booking, express pick-up, optional satellite navigation, child seats and additional driver cover are there to help your journey get quickly and simply underway. Our experienced and expert staff are always there, dedicated to helping solve all your trip's transport issues.
Grand Canaria Airport is the premier airport of the Canary Islands, handling over eleven million passengers a year. It's an important part of the Spanish air-transport network, being the fifth busiest and a vital connecting point for flights to West Africa and the Atlantic Islands. Grand Canaria Airport host flights from all over Europe, the UK and Scandinavia, as well as destinations in Russia and Africa. Located just 12 miles north of Las Palmas on the 600 square mile island of Grand Canaria, and only sixteen miles from the main vacation spots in the south, the airport is popular with sun seekers from all over Europe.
The Island of Grand Canaria - It's impossible to ignore the island paradise of Grand Canaria. With its own tropical micro climates that allows balmy temperatures and hot, rainless summers, Grand Canaria is often referred to as a miniature continent thanks to its dizzying array of different landscapes. With over two million visitors every year, mainly heading for the white sandy beaches of the south, the shocking contrasts between that area, the flat plains of the east and the deep green ravines and mountains of the north and west. The island contains 32 protected areas of outstanding natural beauty, such as the Azuaje Ravine, the Doramas Jungle and Nublo Rural Park. The southern part of Grand Canaria is were the majority of the beach resorts are found. For those using the island's surprisingly good road system to explore, the 80m monolith of Roque Nublo, the network of nearly 300 caves at Cenobio de Valerón, and El Dedo de Dios rock formation in Puerto de las Nieves are just a few of the many sights to be seen.
The City of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria - The island's capital city is the thriving, beating heat of Gran Caneria, with an annual Carnival, Las Cantineras Beach in the city centre, and several museums and exhibitions dedicated to the island's history and heritage. The Museo Canario is the main archaeological museum on Gran Caneria, while the Cathedral and the Plaza del Espiritu Santo are also major attractions. Of course, as with anywhere that hosts so many visitors, the are plenty of options when it comes to bars, clubs and restaurants in Las Palmas, as there are over the rest of the island.