An east wind brings warmth and dust to Gran Canaria this week following a few days of unsettled northern air.
It's been a mixed week in north Gran Canaria, but the south and the resorts have had plenty of sunshine. The weekend will be the same with Sunday looking good all over the island.
The Canarian and Spanish governments have agreed to co-fund a series of coastal pathway projects in Gran Canaria, including the modernisation of the promenade between Las Burras beach and San Agustín.
The cold snap that's chilling most of Europe will affect Gran Canaria this week but, aside for the odd shower and cool evenings, we don't expect much weather in the resorts.
Thousands of people turn out to watch the ARC Rally, the world's largest transoceanic rally, leave Las Palmas at the end of November. Here's where you need to go for the best views.
The journey around Gran Canaria by bus takes you on one of Europe's most spectacular cliff-edge roads and along the rugged north coast.
In the olden days, Gran Canarians used to dance in the moonlight wearing nothing but big leaves. Maybe it's the reason why the island has become such an open, friendly and sexy place to visit.
The faint calima that Gran Canaria experienced this week has intensified and looks like it will be here all weekend.
Here's the most important and interesting Gran Canaria news stories of the week.
Las Nasas restaurant on the beachfront at Puerto de las Nieves has a stunning terrace and a huge artwork by the Canary Islands' most famous living artist.
Gran Canaria's homegrown coffee is the world's most northerly crop and the best place to try it is in Agaete's secret garden.
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