Adventure Gran Canaria



Expat Life in Gran Canaria - Behind The Scenes Of A Holiday Paradise. On Moving to Spain & Gran Canaria.


  • El Mercado de Vegueta - Why you have to visit the farmers market in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

    07/04/2016 Duración: 08min

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  • 5 Gran Canarian Treasures Off The Beaten Path

    15/03/2016 Duración: 05min

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  • 10 Reasons Gran Canaria is a Magical Experience

    14/03/2016 Duración: 11min

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  • How to piss off someone from Gran Canaria

    14/03/2016 Duración: 09min

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  • 5 Gripping Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Quarters Beyond the Las Canteras Beach

    21/01/2016 Duración: 06min

    (c) Transcript: Do you plan to visit the island’s capital? If so, you definitely have Playa de las Canteras on your list, because you came to Gran Canaria to enjoy some time on the beautiful beaches. But Las Palmas de Gran Canaria has much more to offer than the typical tourist hotspot. And when you are eager enough to stroll around the city beyond the artificial tourist scenery, take your map and visit the following quarters on your own. Here Are Five city quarters you have to see before leaving Las Palmas de Gran Canaria:

  • 5 Ridiculously Comfortable Ways to See Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Without Having to Walk Yourself)

    21/01/2016 Duración: 07min

    (c) Transcript: I can hear you. “Pleeeease, not again!” You’re setting up this special Garfield-look when your partner tells you she or he wants to stroll around. Going shopping, doing sightseeing, getting to know your holiday destination. You know, the full tourist program that will let you come back home with a bunch of impressive photos and impressions. But what if the only thing you want to do is relax for a week or two at the beach? You didn’t travel so far to run a marathon. What you want is sitting, sleeping, and relaxing. Recharging the batteries from hard work and daily stress at home and your job. And not thinking too much. You prefer the closest beach to your hotel. Dinner in your hotel, or at least in a close restaurant, just to keep distances as short as possible so you won’t be forced to trade your flip-flops for hiking boots. Now, you have two choices: The first one will kill your holidays immediately. T

  • 7 Sparkling Paradises for Treasure Hunting Shopping Queens in Gran Canaria

    21/01/2016 Duración: 06min

    (c) Transcript: Gran Canaria isn’t famous for being a shopping paradise like Paris, Rome or Madrid. That’s because it isn’t a paradise for shopping. And as someone who loves spending hours shopping, you may be disappointed when walking around the resort’s shopping centers. I’m not saying you won’t find anything nice. But you’re probably in search for clothes that suit your home country’s weather conditions. Since there’s nothing similar to autumn or winter in the south of the island, you won’t get lucky there. Instead, take your car and drive up to the north. In the capital’s shopping centers, you will find all the popular brands that are well known in every bigger European city. Including fashionable winter clothes, because we freeze in temperatures below 20 degrees. Click through seven opportunities to spend a day out shopping in Gran Canaria

  • 9 Delicious Canarian Foods You Won’t Get in the Tourist Resorts

    21/01/2016 Duración: 09min

    (c) Transcript: Papas arrugadas. Mojo rojo, mojo verde and maybe mousse de gofio. These are the local foods most tourists in Gran Canaria know very well. What you probably don’t know is that the Canary Islands have around 100 different types of traditional dishes. Nobody knows about them, because you won’t get them in the tourist resorts. In most of the bars and restaurants in the touristic area, you can order a variety of tapas. For the most part, these aren’t Canarian. They are Spanish. So if you´re open to trying traditional food in Gran Canaria, you need to make the jump over the hotel’s fence and visit some locations where the locals eat. To find those places, ask a taxi driver or at your hotel’s reception. Huh, now it’s getting scary. Visiting a locals bar or restaurant seems like entering an old Western saloon, where immediately all the folks inside stop talking and start looking at

  • 7 Historical Sites to See in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

    21/01/2016 Duración: 08min

    (c) Download The Guide Here: Transcript: When it’s your first time in Gran Canaria, it may be hard to choose what to see and what to do in just a week or two of holidays. There’s so much to see on this island. And depending on your interests, you might get overwhelmed by all the great places Gran Canaria has to offer. So, what now? You’ve arrived in Gran Canaria. You’ve picked up your hired car. And you are ready to start discovering the destination. But you don’t want to end up with an exhausting day. No problem. Here’s what to do:

  • Expat Chronicles Gran Canaria: Kayla Crane, originally from Indiana, US

    20/01/2016 Duración: 24min

    (c) Kayla Crane On Living On A Volcanic Island. Gran Canaria’s Nice Cultural Mix, And The Challenge Of Breaking In To Local Social Groups.

  • Daniel Welsch On Expat Life In Madrid, Mexican Burritos, And „Son Dos Días“

    15/01/2016 Duración: 37min

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  • The 10 Best Restaurants in Maspalomas and Playa del Inglés

    12/01/2016 Duración: 12min

    (c) by Read the post here: According to thousands of real user reviews, these are the restaurants in Maspalomas and Playa del Inglés with super delicious food, a lovely ambience, and friendly and supportive staff. Most importantly, these are the restaurants the locals visit for a fancy night out with friends and family. That said, you’re safe to try them out. So instead of just walking to the beach trying to find some good food (mainly to fill your stomach), jump into your car and visit the following restaurants for their mouth-watering dishes. You deserve it.