Mirador Maspalomas by Dunas

The Mirador Maspalomas by Dunas complex is perfect for anyone that likes their hotel to be modern, fresh, comfortable and finished with a slightly tropical feel. The blush-coloured apartment blocks bring a little Mediterranean flavour, and the amenities prove that guest comfort is of the utmost importance. The pool bar and buffet restaurant work together to ensure a constant supply of refreshments, while the large pool and luxury spa take care of your need to indulge a little. With plenty of loungers, you won’t struggle to enjoy a poolside seat but you can be at the beach in just 10 minutes, so where you relax is completely up to you.

Overview of Maspalomas

Holidays to Gran Canaria offer sun, sand and lots of family-friendly fun. With plenty of regions to choose from, you can really hone in on a spot that embodies everything you’re looking for. While some regions are known for being glitzy and glamorous, Maspalomas, found on the southern coast of the island, takes a bow as one of the more peaceful and laid-back holiday hotspots. The beaches and dunes are heaven for anyone craving some quiet time but there are plenty of fun-filled days out to be had as well, especially for those with children in tow.

Things to do in Maspalomas

The beach is one of the main draws, so if you do venture away from the Mirador Maspalomas by Dunas for a day, be sure to spend some of it on the golden sands. If you head towards Playa del Inglés, you’ll come across the beautiful dunes which you can either walk or take a camel-ride over. There are plenty of activity-rich family days out to be had in Maspalomas, thanks to a huge waterpark, stunning golf course, karting track and plenty of water sports being taught. There’s also a fantastic zoo and a theme park. At night, the El Faro Boulevard is the place to be with plenty of cocktail bars and pubs vying for your patronage with live music and reasonably priced drinks. If you want to really let your hair down, you’ll need to head to Playa del Inglés as that’s where the nightclubs are hiding.


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.