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Heavy cloud and some rain during the night in the Gran Canaria highlands have drained the Gran Canaria forest fire of much of its intensity although it is still burning.

Saturday, 16 September 2017 07:50

Invasion of The Toxic Puffer Fish

The Spanish Oceanographic Institute (IEO) has warned that the highly toxic Oceanic Puffer Fish (Lagocephalus lagocephalus) is colonizing the Canary Islands.

Summer is drawing to a close where you live so it's time for a reminder about why you have to get planning for your winter sunshine break in Gran Canaria. Here's 12 photos, all taken in the depths of Gran Canaria's 'winter' season.

Warm sea temperatures and Saharan dust have caused an explosion in the population of a type of blue-green algae known as sea sawdust around Gran Canaria and the Canary Islands. Here are the facts about this rare and irritating natural phenomenon. 

Here's a translation of the recent interview by Gran Canaria Info team member Alex Bramwell. It was originally published on the Nuestro Gran Destino blog created by the Gran Canaria Tourist Board website. Nuestro Gran Destino features people who work in tourism and their opinions about the industry.

Las Palmas city is a global hotspot for digital nomads and coworkers and for one week every year it becomes the global capital of remote working: Nomad City 2017 is on between 18-24 of September.

So, you've booked your Airbnb apartment in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria city and now you're wondering where to go and what to do. Here's our guide to making the most of your time in the city.

Gran Canaria plans to double the size of its forests from 20,000 to 40,000 hectares within just 15 years thanks to an ambitious Government scheme. 

There's been a lot of reports in the press about new rules on Spain's beaches so here's a summary of what you can and can't do on the sand in Gran Canaria.

Here's a round-up of the latest news and gossip from Gran Canaria... 

Flights between Gran Canaria and the other Canary Islands increase from October thanks to Air Europa.

Gran Canaria will be colder than Glasgow, Oslo, The Hague and Nuneaton today, writes a journalist who really needs the clicks to pay his children's summer camp deposit.

A recent viral Facebook post claims that El Veril, the proposed location for Gran Canaria's Siam Park waterpark is a site of special scientific interest that must be protected. Here are the facts behind the claim.

A quick insider's summary of the main news stories affecting Gran Canaria this month. 

Gran Canaria hotels lost 4.6 million euros in 2016 due to a 700% surge in bogus food poisoning claims from British tourists.

Gran Canaria, and in particular the capital Las Palmas, is fast becoming a top spot to come and learn Spanish. If you are looking for a place to do a Spanish course, or live here and want to get your Spanish up to scratch, the World Language Centre should be top of your shortlist.

If you've spent any time in south Gran Canaria's shopping centres, you'll know that they aren't really about the shopping. 

The last few weeks have been pretty busy news-wise in Gran Canaria with the stories about ferry that hit the wall and the rally car that hit the barriers going around the world. 

Gran Canaria now has 15 Blue Flag beaches after three new ones gained the prestigious status for the first time in 2017.

A well hidden beach that you have to know to be able to find it. Easiest way to get there is to drive to the harbour of La Aldea. Park somewhere and look for a sign that shows you the way to the beach. if you look well at the map underneath in satellite view you can view the paths.

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