Friday, 05 June 2015 06:23

21 Gorgeous Photos Of Gran Canaria's Little Venice

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Puerto de Mogán marina is known as Little Venice because of its gorgeous lanes and canals. It's a must-visit spot in Gran Canaria and here's twenty photos that show you the highlights.

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It's famous for its distinctive architecture

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Unmistakeable isn't it?

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Here's one of the famous canals (there's not as many as you'd expect)

 

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There's plenty of bougainvillea though

 

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And all sorts of tropical flowers

 

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Puerto de Mogán is one of the sunniest places on Earth: 320 days of sunshine per year

 

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Lucky there's a beach

 

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A pretty nice one

 

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Here's a few things to do (apart from walk around)

 

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There's a yellow submarine that visits a wreck just offshore

 

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Plenty of swimming spots

 

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Or climb the hill through the original village to the viewpoint

 

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You'll get lost in the maze but it's worth it for the view

 

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There's even a prehistoric site

 

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With its own bar (and another superb view)

 

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Visit on Monday and Friday for the outdoor market

 

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And live Canarian music

 

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Get to Puerto de Mogán by car, bus or ferry

 

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And don't forget

 

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To stay for sunset

 

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Or later

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