Playa Feliz

Surrounded by exotic views of the Atlantic Ocean and beautiful mountainous national parks, Playa Feliz is only five minutes from both sand and shingle beaches as well as the towns of San Augustin and Maspalomas, where delicious dishes await you in welcoming restaurants and traditional bars. At the quieter end of the island, Playa Feliz is a perfect spot for families looking to enjoy a holiday by the pool, with a buffet and kids club running throughout the day. A tremendous view of the ocean, spacious rooms, Club Spa and palm-tree-lined pools ensure your stay at the Playa Feliz is a happy one.

Overview of Bahia Feliz

The wonderful setting of Bahia Feliz on the south-east corner of Gran Canaria is one of the Canary Islands best kept secrets. Enjoying warm weather all year round and close proximity to Maspalomas, Playa Feliz is right on the seafront, steps from the island’s famous sands and rocky landscapes. Your holidays to Gran Canaria will be even more special if you stay at Bahia Feliz, a gorgeous spot for family-friendly fun and relaxation, filled with restaurants, bars and even waterparks for the kids.

Things to do in Bahia Feliz

While staying in the quite resort town of Bahia Feliz, you can easily hop on a bus to the historic seaside towns of Maspolomas and San Augustin. Here’ll you find atmospheric restaurants, picturesque coastlines of Playa del Inglés, as well as amusement parks and Spanish-built lighthouses. Looking to stay closer to home? Visit the Palmitos Park for a dolphin show, take a trip to the sand dunes of the Canaries, or power up with some water sports near your resort.


Resort Summary

Bahia Feliz’s Moroccan-style buildings and dramatic beaches mean that you can soak up the beautiful scenery as you relax in the sunny climate. The windsurfing and waterparks will get your adrenaline going, while the town square offers picturesque cafes and restaurants that are ideal to relax in. With Las Palmas, the island’s capital, only 40 minutes away, you can explore the parks, cathedrals and free museums – plus the stunning architecture of a world heritage site.