Gran Canaria is known as a
'continent in miniature'
and is the Canary Island's most populated and diverse isle, with rolling green hills
and flower-speckled meadows
in the north and interior, and arid plains, sweeping sand dunes
and the neon glow of holiday resorts in the south.Warm summers and spring-like conditions year-round
make it a perfect place to visit at any time. The vast majority of visitors to Gran Canaria come in search of sun and sand. With 197km (122 miles) of coastline
, the island doesn't disappoint.
The complex is located in an elevated section of the lively tourist resort of Puerto Rico, with views of the resort's main commercial centre and partial views of the beach and marina area.
At 500 metres from the commercial centre, this complex invites you to enjoy the eternal sunshine and the fantastic climate this Island has to offer.