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Gran Canaria’s can’t-miss list

<p>Canarian equivalent of Mallorca’s small rural hotels. In the middle of a banana plantation, about 10 minutes taxi ride from Las Palmas</p>




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Sipping coffee at an outdoor café in Las Palmas on Gran Canaria.





Hacienda del Buen Suceso:


Canarian equivalent of Mallorca’s small rural hotels. In the middle of a banana plantation, about 10 minutes taxi ride from Las Palmas






Centro Atlantico de Arte Moderno:


Gran Canaria’s modern museum, in a refurbished 19th-century house in Las Palmas. Calle los Balcones 9–13.





La Buena Vida:


Restaurant in Las Palmas run by brothers Cavanillas. Opened early November. Modern, sleek design. Calle Mendizábal 24.





Hotel Maipez:


Farmer chic B&B outside Las Palmas






Que tal:


This gourmet restaurant in tiny Puerto Mogan has an ambitious tasting menu.





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A sample of the fare at Vintia 4, which is arguably the best restaurant in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria.





Vintia 4:


Perhaps the best restaurant in Las Palmas. Performs small miracles with Canarian dishes and ingredients. Calle Obispo Codina 4.





EgoÍsta Fun:


Creative and dependable kitchen, situated at Beach Club Hotel, San Agustín.





A relaxing poolside at the Palm Beach hotel in Maspalomas, Gran Canaria.





Sheraton Salobre:


Stylish golf hotel north of Playa Meloneras






Sunprime Hotel:


Luxurious hotel with clean lines in Playa del Inglés






Mundo:


The light in Playa del Inglés’ culinary darkness. Asian fusion that also sports a minimalist design. On Avenida de Tirajana.


 
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