Cay Beach Princess Bungalows

Between Maspalomas Beach and Playa del Ingles, Cay Beach Princess Bungalows enjoy a great spot and superb facilities. There’s a huge pool on-site, complete with a whirlpool bath and hydro-beds for total relaxation under the sun. Kids are also catered for, with their own pool, which is heated in winter. The split-level bungalows are equipped with kitchenettes, lounge areas and terraces, where you can enjoy a spot of al fresco dining. Maybe grab a take away from the buffet or join the weekly barbecue on-site.

Overview of Maspalomas, Gran Canaria

On Gran Canaria’s south coast, the relaxing resort of Maspalomas has a great location. It’s close to the lively resort of Playa del Ingles, but far enough away for you to dip in and out of all its entertainment as you please. Maspalomas boasts a beautiful 6km beach and stunning sand dunes, perfect if you’re after some beach time. While Maspalomas may be a quieter alternative to the bright lights of Playa del Ingles, there’s still plenty of attractions and activities in the resort, from water parks to golf courses.

Things to do in Maspalomas, Gran Canaria

During the day, the focus in Maspalomas is firmly on the soft, golden sand. Watersports such as surfing and bodyboarding are on offer along the coast, as are camel rides through the dunes that separate the resort from Playa del Ingles. If golf is your thing, try out the smashing 18-hole course in Maspalomas. And for a bit of an adventure, join a pony trek through the stunning landscape. The resort features a great choice of upscale bars and restaurants, so get dressed up and head out for a night of eating, drinking and maybe even dancing. The choice is yours in Maspalomas. Gran Canaria is a beautiful island packed with things to do for all ages, so it goes without saying that holidays to Gran Canaria are not to be missed for sand, sun and family-friendly fun.

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.