Riu Vistamar

Chic, modern and stylish, the Riu Vistamar has it all. This clifftop hotel keeps the sea views coming, whether you’re on your private balcony or relaxing in one of the two pools. All rooms are tastefully decorated in a contemporary style and come with free Wi-Fi, a satellite TV, air-conditioning and a hairdryer. Mini-football, volleyball and basketball are all on the agenda thanks to the hotel’s multi-sports court. Little ones also have a kids’ club, a play area and a nightly mini-disco along with a small pool complete with child-friendly slides. You’ll find a good spread of Mediterranean and international dishes in the buffet restaurant. There’s also a restaurant serving Asian food and another that offers delicious Canarian and grilled specialities.

Overview of Amadores, Gran Canaria

Amadores is a quiet, tranquil resort on the southwest coast of Gran Canaria, located between the towns of Puerto Rico and Puerto Mogán. With a blue flag beach, glorious sunshine and a great selection of restaurants serving fresh seafood and tapas, it’s hard not to fall in love with Amadores. Amadores Beach is the star of the show here with its golden sands and sparkling, turquoise waters setting the scene to your holiday to Gran Canaria.

Things to do in Amadores, Gran Canaria

Spend your days relaxing by the pool with a cocktail or soaking up the sun on the beautiful Amadores Beach. Alternatively, pay a visit to Puerto Rico Beach where a multitude of water sports are on offer such as parasailing and jet-skiing. For a dose of culture, head to Canada de los Gatos, an archaeological site with a fascinating history and spectacular views over the town. The site is only a fifteen-minute drive from the Riu Vistamar and is well worth a visit when staying in this neck of the woods. Whatever you’re looking for from your getaway in the sun, Gran Canaria has it all. However you spend your time in Amadores, one thing is for sure, it’s going to be a holiday to remember.

Resort Summary

Its close proximity to downtown Puerto Rico and Puerto de Mogan allow for daytrips filled with sightseeing excursions by land or sea, snorkelling among vibrant fish and finding the perfect souvenirs in local shops. To finish the night off, fold out a deckchair and enjoy a glass of wine on a quiet hotel terrace, or head to a nearby bar for music and dancing.