Apartamentos Turbo Club

With a pretty terrace and two spacious pools, whitewashed Apartamentos Turbo Club is a lovely little retreat. You’ll also discover a bar and a whirlpool bath here, as well as a smart restaurant and a mini golf course. The food is a self-service buffet, with a focus on Mediterranean cuisine, but each apartment also comes with its own kitchenette, so you can rustle up your own meals if you prefer.

Overview of Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria is known as ‘the miniature continent’ due to its variety of climates, terrains and cultures. There’s a holiday here for everyone whether you’re looking for something new and exciting or you just want to relax. For relaxing stay in Maspalomas, home to Apartamentos Turbo Club, where you’ll find a Blue Flag beach with a stunning sand-dune backdrop. If you’re looking for sport and adventure, then Puerto Rico is the place to be. Holidays to Gran Canaria are so varied, you’ll want to stay at least another week.

Things to do in Gran Canaria

Apartamentos Turbo Club is a 10-minutes drive from Maspalomas Beach and five minutes from the centre of Yumbo, which has over 200 shops and restaurants. Drive a little further to get to Playa del Ingles, with its long stretch of sand, stunning sunsets and designer boutiques. The resort of Maspalomas is the older sister of Playa del Ingles. As well as the beach, here you’ll find the island’s largest golf course as well as the 68-metre El Faro de Maspalomas lighthouse. Nearby, you can also discover a water park and even a zoo. There’s plenty to fill your holidays in Gran Canaria – food and fun, sand and sun … and a bit of culture thrown in for good measure.


Resort Summary

If you’re feeling active, watersports are on offer at the beach and Maspalomas also boasts the island’s largest golf course. Waterparks and zoos are just some of the many attractions nearby – and you can always hop over to Playa del Ingles for some extra excitement after sunset. Modern restaurants, designer boutiques and laid-back bars line Boulevard El Faro, all in the shadow of the 68-metre lighthouse, El Faro de Maspalomas.