What To Expect Visiting Gran Canaria In November | Gran Canaria Winter Travel

When looking for a winter getaway in Europe, there’s not a huge amount of choice if you’re after warmer temperatures. The safest bet is to head to the Spanish Canary Islands which lay just off the coast of Africa. They are technically part of Spain, so have the Euro, EU data roaming and all the same entry requirements as the mainland. I visited Gran Canaria in November. So here’s a little look into what you could expect from the weather in Gran Canaria in November and what it’s like to visit the island in winter.

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Gran Canaria Road Trip | Exploring Gran Canaria’s Mountains & Northern Region!

If you can pull yourself away from the beautiful beaches on the popular south coast, it’s worth taking a day trip to explore the central and northern areas of Gran Canaria! The landscape is completely different. The coastal areas of the south are generally sunny, so it’s very dry and rocky. However the mountainous regions receive over 100 days of rain a year and therefore it’s quite green! It can also be on average, 10c cooler in the mountains, so additional layers may be needed! Here’s a look at the stops on my Gran Canaria road trip that were part of a ‘highlights’ tour!

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Gran Canaria’s ‘Little Venice’ | 6 Things To Do In Puerto De Mogan

The fishing village of Puerto De Mogan sits on the south-west coast of Gran Canaria, close to Puerto Rica and the resort town of Taurito. This village is nicknamed ‘Little Venice’ because of the canals and the narrow streets around Mogan Marina. The brightly coloured flowers hanging from balconies make it a very photogenic little town. In this guide I share things to do in Puerto de Mogan!

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