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Take a holiday with your best friend

Are you thinking of travelling to Gran Canaria with your pet and want to plan an unforgettable vacation? You’ve come to the right section.

We have put together a series of plans so that you can squeeze every last drop of enjoyment out of your trip. Excursions in the countryside, culinary experiences, outdoor shopping or theme parks are just some of the activities awaiting you on this island.

We want Gran Canaria to become a favourite destination for travel with pets, a Pets Welcome destination.

Shopping with my pet

If you love shopping, in Gran Canaria you’ll find several open-air shopping areas, shopping centres and outdoor leisure spots where you can hit the shops with your best pal.

Shopping centres

Atlantico Vecindario Shopping Centre
Address: C/ Ardargoma, S/N., 35110 - Vecindario (Santa Lucía de Tirajana), Tl: 928 791541
Opening hous: Monday to Satuday from 10:00 till 22:00

Los Alisios Shopping Centre
Address: Calle Hermanos Domínguez Santana GC-308 S/N, Carr. Nueva De San Lorenzo, 15, 35018. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 10 pm
Sundays from 9 am to 12 midnight
*NB: Pets should remain in a carry case.

Las Terrazas Shopping centre
Address: GC-1, 5, 35220. Telde.
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 10 am to 12 midnight
*NB: Pets should be on a leash. Shops reserve the right to refuse entry.

Boulevard El Faro Maspalomas
Address: Calle Mar Mediterráneo, 35100. Boulevard El Faro, Meloneras.
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 2 am
Sundays from 10 am to 12 midnight

Centro comercial Mogan Mall
Address: Avda. Tomás Roca Bosch 9, 35130. Mogán.
Phone: (+34) 928 26 55 39
Opening hours: Opens Monday to Sunday from 10 am to 10 pm

Open-air shopping areas

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria has several open-air shopping areas that you can stroll through with your pet on a fun shopping trip.

Triana shopping areas
The historic Calle Triana and its surrounding area are one of the main open-air shopping streets in the heart of the capital.

From exclusive fashion names to major commercial brands. From accessory shops to jewellers, Canary Island crafts, sportswear or gifts... many of them pet friendly.

Triana connects up with the Vegueta neighbourhood, a historic area with pedestrian streets where you can round off an afternoon’s shopping with a stroll through its old town.

Triana also has an interesting collection of bars and terraces around the Plaza de las Ranas, Plazoleta Cairasco or Boulevard Monopol, ideal to grab a drink and some tapas after a peaceful stroll.

Mesa y López Shopping Area

The Mesa y López shopping area, at the other end of the city, is another quintessential open-air shopping area in Las Palmas, home to big department stores and a whole host of boutiques.

This includes the mythical Plaza de España (also known as Plaza de la Victoria), the perfect spot to take a break with your pet at one of its many open-air cafés.

Luis Morote Shopping Area

The Luis Morote pedestrian street, alongside the Port, is another popular open-air shopping area in Las Palmas, right in the heart of the city.

Connecting up directly with the Santa Catalina Park, it is the ideal spot to take a walk in the fresh air while you pop into some of its many shops.

Of course, you can take your pet into many of its shops. What’s more, terrace bars line the street should you need to take a break, rest or have a drink before visiting more shops.

Pamper yourself, with your pet

Because we all like to be pampered from time to time, here is a range of beauty salons in Gran Canaria to enjoy a haircut, manicure or pedicure, and your pet can come too.

Enjoy a relaxing beauty day with your pooch.

Pet Friendly Salons and Hairdressers

Hollywood Triana
Address: Calle Triana, 1 (local 2), 35002. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
Phone: (+34) 699 193 821

Nirvana Nail Studio
Address: Calle General Bravo, 36, 35002. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
Phone: (+34) 636 444 056
Fanpage: Nirvana Nail Studio

Bambu Nails and Beauty
Address: Calle Torres, 12, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
Phone: 928 36 33 51
Facebook: Bambu Nails and Beauty

Nails Factory
Address: Calle Cano, 18, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
Phone : 928 501 704 / 699 462 065
Site: Nails Factory


Gran Canaria is an island which combines many flavours from all over the world. It’s a destination boasting an incredibly wide range of food and wine that, of course, you can enjoy with your pet.

Here are a few finger- or paw-licking good suggestions for where to eat out.

Visit the Los Lirios Winery

Boasting a 7-hectares vineyard in the Bandama foothills, the Los Lirios estate is a winery in a unique natural location.

Its volcanic soil and extraordinary climate give these Gran Canaria grapes unique properties, that have won over the most exquisite palates.

A 100% pet friendly winery that offers guided tours so that you can enjoy an unforgettable day learning about wine with your pet in tow.

Guided tour of Los Lirios Winery

Opening hours:
Monday to Friday from 9 am to 4 pm
Visits available on prior reservation at
Address: Cuesta Los Lirios, 24, 35017. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
Phone: (+34) 629 584 270 

Visit the Arehucas Rum Factory

A trip back through the history of Rum

Gran Canaria, and more specifically the town of Arucas, is home to one of the oldest rum factories in Europe, housing 4,308 American oak barrels.

This distillery has been running for more than a century making the most famous rum in the Canary Islands, Arehucas Rum.

Take a trip back in time through the history of rum on a guided tour that will teach you why this product is so special, and how it is made. The visit will round off with a tasting session featuring different types of rum.

A pet friendly factory that offers guided tours for an alternative excursion with your pet.

*Important note: Only suitable for small pets, as they must be carried.

Guided tour of the Arehucas Rum Factory

Opening hours:
Tuesday to Sunday from 9 am to 2 pm
No need to book, but it is best to call beforehand on 928 624 900 so we can control visitor numbers.
Address: Calle Era de San Pedro, 2. 35400. Arucas
Phone: (+34) 928 624 900

Theme parks are also for pets

A day out in Sioux City

The Sioux City Park, located in the Águila ravine, in the south of Gran Canaria, is a theme park that will spirit you off to the legendary Wild West of 1857, with cinematic recreations that go into fine detail so that you really feel like you’re in an old city in the middle of the American plains.

This spectacular theme park, where some of the most famous westerns have been filmed, now recreates many of their scenes with real actors. And best of all, your pet can come too.

Come and experience the Wild West!

Sioux City

Opening hours:
Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 3 pm.
Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 4 pm.
Closed on Mondays.
Address: Barranco del Águila s/n, 35100.
San Agustín. San Bartolomé de Tirajana.
Phone: (+34) 928 762 573
*NB: Sioux City Park is temporarily closed due to the situation caused by Covid-19.

Cactualdea Park

Cactualdea Park is one of the largest cactus parks in Europe, home to over 1000 different species of Cactus and plants from all over the world, in addition to a large variety of endemic Canary flora such as palm trees, dragon trees, Canary Island spurge, balsam spurge, aloes, etc.

Located in the Gran Canaria Biosphere Reserve and surrounded by many unique, protected natural species, Cactualdea is the ideal place to spend a day out with your pet, enjoying its flora and fauna plus the facilities such as the representation of an aboriginal cave, the winery, the amphitheatre and its arena, the many mosaics, etc. and of course, exploring the many paths that run through the Cactus garden where you’ll discover different forms, varieties and sizes of cacti and plants.

An 80,000 m2 cactus garden in the open air and of course, 100% pet friendly.

Cactualdea Park

Opening hours:
Monday to Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm.
Address: Calle Tocodomán, s/n. 35478. La Aldea de San Nicolás. Carretera GC-200, dirección Mogán.
Phone: (+34) 928 891 228

Gardens of la Marquesa (Arucas)

The Gardens of la Marquesa in Arucas is a natural paradise, the perfect place to relax. Just 15 minutes from the city, this 5,000m2 botanical garden is in the town of Arucas and home to a wide variety of plants and vegetation from all over the world.

The garden was built around 1880 and opened to the public for guided tours in late 1985. An expert botanist made an initial classification of the species back then and divided the plants into different areas of the garden.

The Gardens of la Marquesa currently house a wide range of plants, trees and palm trees that have been adapting and developing thanks to the year-round gentle climate in Gran Canaria.

More than 500 species live alongside a colony of peacocks who roam this unique garden on the island, a natural paradise to enjoy with your best friend.

Gardens of la Marquesa

Address: Carretera de Arucas - Bañaderos (Km 0,5). 35400. Arucas.
(+34) 928 604 486
*NB: Gardens of la Marquesa is temporarily closed due to the situation caused by Covid-19.

On the road with my pet

Hiking with dogs

Gran Canaria is the ideal place for fans of hiking and mountain sports.

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No one can doubt the island’s natural resources, teeming with ancient paths, tracks, ravines and pine forests.

Landscapes with singular beauty that are just perfect to enjoy with your best friend. A vast network of tracks, all well signposted, all different and yet equally beautiful for visitors.

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Remember that no one is more aware of your dog's physical fitness than you. Bear this in mind when picking the difficulty of the route or if you prefer, get in touch with some of our recommended active tourism companiesand they will help you pick the right one for you.

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Here’s some interesting information on the different hiking routes all over Gran Canaria to explore with your dog.

Route Barranco de los Cernícalos

The Barranco de los Cernícalos route is located in the Los Marteles Special Nature Reserve in Valsequillo, very close to the town of Telde. It is the only route where we can find water 365 days a year and several waterfalls of different sizes can be found in this trail.

It is a perfect route to be accompanied by our four-legged family, since the trail level is easy and almost the entire path is flat and quite shady. The temperature is perfect to visit at any time of the year. It has a distance of approximately 7 km, the route is linear, so the round trip is done along the same path. The approximate duration is 2 hours and a half.

There are also companies like Globe Trekqueen, which can guide you along the route, explaining all the flora found there. There is an immense variety: Canarian incense, vinegar, white and yellow broom, bitter taibaba and countless more. We can also find cochineal, a parasite found in some cacti which has been used as a natural dye for centuries.

To get to this route, it is recommended to put in the GPS Merendero Barranco de los Cernícalos. From Las Palmas de Gran Canaria it takes around 55 minutes by car. There, you can park easily and the start of the trail is very close. If your dog is crazy about cats, it is recommended to take him/her on a leash when walking from the car park to the beginning of the route, since there are quite a few in the area.

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Route Los Llanos de la Pez

This route begins and ends at the Llanos de la Pez picnic area. It is a fully signposted route where you only have to follow the indications. There are several routes, so it is important to read the signs well and there will be no loss.

The route is quite simple, since the terrain is quite flat and has small climbs, most of them in the shade except the last one before reaching the Ventana del Nublo, which is completely in the sun.

The trail starts on a wide dirt track until it reaches the Díaz Bertrana refuge, it runs under a pine forest, the paths are easy to follow with our furry family, it is not usually very crowded, so it is perfect to be able to take them loose and for everyone to enjoy the smells of the area. We will cover a small trail of the Camino de Santiago, as it goes through this area of the island when crossing from South to North.

Weather permitting, arriving at the Ventana del Nublo window will leave you speechless, since from here you can see the Teide peak, Roque Nublo and the southern slope of the island. The stop at this point is perfect to regain strength and return to the starting point, where you can organize a picnic or a barbecue in the picnic area, or go to Tejeda to eat.

This area is full of hiking trails and Rock Natour organizes different activities to enjoy the island. Pablo (the guide), accompanied by Patu, the best dog guide you can have, will tell you different stories about the creation of these landscapes. He also offers night routes to see the stars.

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Route Faro Arinaga- Playa de los 3 Peos

If you feel like doing a simple route along the coast and ending up on one of the best pet-friendly beaches on the island, this is your route. It starts at the Arinaga lighthouse and you have to walk north until you reach the 3 Peos beach. During the route, you will go through by some old lime kilns located under the volcanic cone of the Arinaga mountain.

You can shorten the route by driving to El Cabrón beach or start the route from the lighthouse itself. The path is really easy as you only have to go along the coast until you reach the beach. The route is linear, sunny but very windy, so it becomes pleasant and has several descents to areas with water so that our four-legged companions can cool off until arrival. The duration of the route is approximately 50 minutes.

Access to the beach is easy, but it is recommended to wear shoes that support the foot well to avoid accidents.

The RockNatour company organizes this excursion: to spend a day at the beach with your best friend including goggles and snorkel as it is an area with the best seabed to explore, water for our furry ones and some snacks.

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Summer Solstice Route and Aboriginal Experience

One of the best experiences you can live on the island, and best of all, you no longer have to do it alone as your four-legged family can come with you!

This route begins at the Santa Lucía de Tirajana fortress, one of the most important archaeological sites on the island and the last place where the ancient aborigines lived.

We cross the Big Fortress through a tunnel before starting the descent. At this time, it is important to keep our dogs on a leash as there is a big fall at the end of the tunnel. In this place there are many caves where the aborigines stored food, used them as a place of burial, worship... The difficulty of the path to the point where the solstice will be seen is medium, the path being quite narrow and its sides quite steep.

Along the way, you pass through a palm grove that rises up out of nowhere. The path is linear and is done at sunset to be able to see the solstice. There are countless trekking paths in the area, both linear and circular.

The Turinka company recreates the past for us during the route: upon reaching the point where the astronomical phenomenon is seen, they make a toast with a typical drink made up of gofio and milk, raising the concoction with a few words in Guanche. It is a unique moment where the sun goes through the tunnel and is reflected on the mountain. The best time of the year to appreciate this phenomenon is in June but it can also be seen in November.

This excursion is specifically for the day of the summer solstice, but Turinka offers us more guided experiences with our four-legged family members. Check the website for more information as well as to book your place.

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Visit Los Berrazales Winery

Los Berrazales Winery is located on the Laja estate, in the municipality of Agaete. It is a family farm with more than 200 years old and it is known for its wine, coffee and oranges.

You can take a guided tour of the farm accompanied by our four-legged family, in which they explain the process of making wine and coffee. The visit takes approximately 1 hour and a half and can be done in Spanish or English. The farm has the best views of the valley, so much so that the well-known Master Chef program chose its terrace to record an outdoor test and use its products.

It is a highly recommended visit as the guides explain everything very well and you learn a lot. At the end of the visit, there is a tasting of their products which will whet your appetite. Just 5 minutes away is Casa Romántica where you can end the tour, visit its coffee museum and enjoy a delicious meal with a variety of products from the area and from the farm itself.

Visit “La Tiendita” of Ingenio

If you want to try the best “papas arrugadas” (wrinkled potatoes) on the island, you cannot miss the private tasting at the Tiendita Canaria. This place, located in the heart of Ingenio, has a special charm.

In the store you can find all the artisan products you can imagine: cheeses, jams, oil, wines, honey... In addition to other products such as soaps, aloe vera and artisan jewellery.

During the tasting, Rayco, the founder of La Tiendita, explains where each product comes from and recommends on how to mix the different flavors to enjoy the best experience. Its “papas arrugadas” are the authentic and real ones with a secret preparation. The only thing that he reveals is that they are made with time and care. Enjoying them from the beautiful patio is priceless.

In addition to the tasting, they also do exhibitions of local artists, private concerts, workshops, etc. They bring you closer to the products and the Canarian culture, which is why it is a mandatory stop. If you do not have much time to enjoy the tasting, they also prepare gift boxes with the best selection of their products.

Tastings of local products at La Tiendita Canaria

Opening Hours:
Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Tastings available with prior reservation at
Address: Ramón y Cajal 1, 35250, Ingenio, Gran Canaria
Telephones: 928 27 18 82 / 620 12 34 67

Discovering Artenara and its “Casas Cuevas” Ethnographic Museum

Artenara is the town with the highest altitude on the island,and hence the reason viewpoints can be found at every step. The orography is very steep but it has incredible views. From Unamuno's balcony, located in the same town, you can see Roque Bentayga and Roque Nublo, two symbols of the island, which light up in a straight line on full moon days, one of the incredible things of nature.

In the center of Artenara we can visit the Church of San Matías, a building that stands out for its two quadrangular towers built in red stone, its interior paintings and the sculpture of San Matías the apostle, carved in wood. Leaving the church and walking in the direction of the balcony of Unamuno and continuing a little further forward, we find the Casas Cuevas Ethnographic Museum.

In the museum you can visit three old houses of the pre-Hispanic population. The caves are rehabilitated with furniture of those times. In the museum they offer a guided tour where they tell you the history and explain the construction of the houses. It is a very well thought out construction. The temperature inside the caves is perfect. From the patio that connects the three houses you can enjoy the views of the great ravine with the sound of birds in the background.

After visiting the cave houses, you can stop for lunch at Arte-Gaia, a restaurant with local food where dogs are welcome.

In the town itself you can find more viewpoints and trails within the Pinar de Tamadaba Natural Park.

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Walking Puerto de Mogán

A visit not to be missed is Puerto de Mogán, just an hour and a quarter from the capital. A small coastal town in the south of the island where its white houses with colored frames and the small canals connecting the fishing and sports ports have a special charm.

Despite being a very tourist place, you can enjoy a quiet walk through its streets and see the contrasts of the colors of the houses with the bougainvillea. Have an ice cream on one of its terraces and enjoy the craft market with local products that takes place every Friday.

In this area, water activities stand out and with Rock Nature you can enjoy a kayak route along the coast and visit the caves in the area.

The town of Mogán is also visited for its botanical interest and for the different forms of the terrain, there are many ravines found in the area and that is why the route from the sea is also interesting as you will have the vision from another perspective.

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Walk along the Avenue of the Dunes in Maspalomas

A plan not to be missed if you visit Gran Canaria is to watch the sunset at the viewpoint of the Maspalomas Sand dunes, feeling as if you were in the desert in this unique spot.

From the viewpoint you can walk towards the lighthouse. This construction has seen the area evolve over the years. Throughout the walk we can find different bars and restaurants. The K1 Lounge has a huge terrace and a very cozy decoration, plus the food is very good.

During the walk along the coast, we can see various sculptures made in the sand and enjoy one of the most touristic spots all over Europe.

Maspalomas is known for its good climate, which is why you can enjoy the walk during the day or at night.

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Picnic with your pet

The recreational areas of Gran Canaria are a wonderful way to spend a day with your pet surrounded by vegetation and can be a good end point to a walk in the mountains, if you go hiking on a route or simply to have a picnic, in case you do not feel like so much hustle and bustle.

Find enclosed a list of the recreational areas of Gran Canaria where you can choose the one you prefer to enjoy a magnificent day in the country where your furry one will undoubtedly have a great time.

More information and conditions here.

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Visit Finca El Mocanal - San Juan Winery

Immerse yourself in the world of wine tourism by visiting our Finca el Mocanal - Bodega San Juan located in the Bandama Natural Park.guided tours of the winery are offered and also to the museum, the vineyards, and the 3 unique wineries in the Canary Islands. You will know our history in depth, you will be able to walk and feel our vineyards, see our wine museum, learn about tradition and the modern and ancient winemaking process. You will enter our winery with that unmistakable aroma and preserved intact since its foundation and of course taste our wines. All this accompanied by your pet, since we are 100% pet friendly.

Pet Friendly active tourism companies in Gran Canaria

Aventura en Canarias
Company offering hiking and paragliding with your dog.
Address: Calle Cayetano Méndez, 6. 35413. Arucas.
Phone: (+34) 685 997 935

Ça Marche a Gran Canaria
Hiking and walks in Gran Canaria.
Contact: Paul Roger
Phone: (+34) 696 86 92 79

Private photo tours in Gran Canaria.
Calle Guillermo Santana Rivero, 1 (3ºC). 35012. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
(+34) 609 833 559

Vivac Aventura
Hiking and outdoor activities in Gran Canaria.
Address: Polígono Industrial Díaz Casanova-Vistahermosa, Vial A, (Parcela C3). 35010. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
Phone: (+34) 928 413 282

Wandering Pier
Responsible hiking in Gran Canaria.
Address: Calle Paseo Obispo Pildain, 35480. Agaete.
Phone: (+34) 603 207 005

Enjoy a unique experience thanks to great routes through Gran Canaria devised to enjoy with your pet. Discover the story of Lucas and his dog Gofio, who’ll be delighted to show you why Gran Canaria is the ideal spot to explore and travel with your pet.
Address: Paseo Tomás Morales 68, 1ºA
Phone: (+34) 687 512 500

A stroll around the city

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is a lively, cosmopolitan city, a city with traditions, that welcomes visitors with a friendly smile and a climate that is the envy of the entire continent.

The city is teeming with historical and cultural spots, pedestrian streets, broad avenues and parks where you can take it easy with your best friend.

It’s a real gem that you’ll keep coming back to during your holidays.

Calle Triana and the Vegueta neighbourhood

The emblematic Calle Triana, just a hop, skip and a jump from the historical district of Vegueta, is one of the city’s architectural gems and a firm favourite among travellers.

Boasting Neoclassical architecture and dotted with modernist houses rebuilt in the early 20th century, emblematic buildings and beautiful squares... nowadays Calle Triana is an open-air shopping area and one of the city’s prettiest streets, packed with boutiques and open-air stores where you can stroll freely with your pet.

You can also stop for an aperitif in one of its many squares, such as Plaza Hurtado Mendoza, Plaza Cairasco, behind the Santa Ana Cathedral, la calle Mendizabal and its surrounding area, perfect places to relax and enjoy incredible views from a terrace bar, many of which are pet friendly.

Carry on walking towards the Vegueta neighbourhood and you’ll discover a treasure that has been kept practically intact since the city was founded in the 15th century. Strolling through its cobbled lanes is like taking a trip back in time, and you’ll love its singular streets and buildings.

Pet Friendly guided tours

Calle Triana and the Vegueta neighbourhood

Trip Gran Canaria. If you fancy finding out all about the secrets of the famous Calle Triana or delving into the historic Vegueta neighbourhood with a guided tour, Trip Gran Canaria is a tour company that offers you several routes to explore the city from a different slant.

  • Visit the Vegueta old town.

  • Dramatized tour entitled “Cuentos de Brujas” (Witch Tales) (the history of witchcraft in the Canary Islands).

  • Dramatized tour entitled “La Triana del S.XIX y Benito Pérez Galdós” (19th century Triana and Benito Pérez Galdós).

For more information and to book tours:

Trip Gran Canaria
Address: Plaza Hurtado de Mendoza, 2. 35002. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
Phone: (+34) 674 128 849

Santa Catalina Park and the Port Zone

The Port Zone is also popular in the city. We recommend you take a stroll round the Santa Catalina Park (hub for the Carnival celebrations) plus the Luis Morote shopping street, two of the most emblematic points and the heart and soul of this city, particularly in the summer.

Santa Catalina Park connects up directly with the open-air shopping area of Mesa y López and Avenida Marítima, an avenue more than 9 km long that connects the city’s two main thoroughfares, where pets are welcome.

Stargazing with your pooch

Did you know that Gran Canaria has one of the most amazing skies for stargazing?

Through its Starlight Foundation, UNESCO classified our island as a Starlight Destination, a hallmark that puts Gran Canaria on the international map of the best places in the world for stargazing.

Thanks to the purity of the sky and our mild climate, this is possible all year round.

Find out more here about the best places to stargaze in Gran Canaria or if you prefer, contact some of our recommended stargazing companies, and they’ll give you a guided tour through the immensity of the Universe.

Doesn’t that sound like a brilliant thing to do with your best friend?

Stargazing companies

AstroEduca is a pioneering company specialising in tourism, education and sale of astronomy equipment on the island of Gran Canaria. It started out in 1995 as the promoter for the Gran Canaria Star Party. On their Site, you can book private or group tours to look at the different constellations and spend an evening with the stars.
Booking required (availability every day of the year).

AstroGC is a specialised tour company whose founder, Gauthier Dubois, a real expert on the summits of Gran Canaria, offers this experience for astronomy fans who wish to spend a fascinating night under the stars.
Booking required (availability every day of the year).

Viewpoints with my pet

Viewpoints are like a window on the world, the perfect place to visit together to contemplate the wonders on show in this miniature continent.

As they are dotted all over the island, seeking out our viewpoints is like discovering hidden spots that will make you feel like real adventurers seeking new horizons.

From the highest peaks down to the coast, a wide range of viewpoints will reveal a world of wonders such as the sea of clouds, a unique phenomenon that only occurs in a few places in the world.

Find out more here about the island’s most amazing views and visit its charming villages nearby.

Gran Canaria Viewpoint Network.

That’s the end of our section on “excursions with your pet”, but we’ll keep on adding to it so we can offer you more ideas to enjoy together and make the most of your trip to Gran Canaria.

This is an active section, so we recommend dipping into from time to time to find out what’s new.

Discover Gran Canaria with your pet. Now’s the time to reward them for all their unconditional love.

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