Paradise Lago Taurito

With its beachfront location, the Paradise Lago Taurito puts everything you need at your fingertips.

The hotel offers a big pool, a waterpark and a couple of splash pools just for kids. If that isn’t enough, the beach is just a few footsteps away.

Sports headline the daytime entertainment – you have the choice of tennis, squash, volleyball and mini golf. There’s even a 10-pin bowling alley, too.

The buffet restaurant is incredibly family friendly, and is home to cuisines from around the world, so there’s something for even the fussiest eater. After dinner, a cocktail bar serves beer, wine and spirits with a jukebox providing the soundtrack to your evening.

Overview of Playa Taurito

A stunning spectacle with enchanting views, Playa Taurito is a great location if you’re looking for a holiday to Gran Canaria that allows you to get away from the action.

Nestled into the surrounding cliffs, a stay here is more about rest and relaxation than action-packed adventure, but Playa Taurito still boasts a number of excellent amenities, including top-class hotels like the Paradise Lago Taurito, premier diving spots and an excellent beach.

The beach is the star of the show in Playa Taurito, and because of its sheltered location, it’s a great spot to relax in the calm atmosphere. With water sports and activities on tap down here as well, it’s a place the whole family will love.

Things to do in Playa Taurito

The Paradise Lago Taurito has managed to grab one of the best spots on the coast. The hotel is pulled right up against the beach, so one of Playa Taurito’s best landmarks is right by your front door.

Regular scuba diving and surfing classes take place down here every day, so you could even leave Gran Canaria with a new favourite hobby. Away from the coast, there’s boutique shopping and a number of authentic Spanish restaurants waiting to be explored.

If you fancy heading on a day trip, the centres of Puerto Rico and Playa del Ingles are a short taxi ride away.

The whole family will love Playa Taurito. From zooming down slides to splashing around below the water, it’s a heaven for water babies and adventure-seekers alike.

Resort Summary

Several top ranking and modern hotels scatter the cliffs, looking out onto tranquil Atlantic Ocean views. The resort’s stretch of black sand coastline is shielded by hills on either side, making this one of the most sheltered, quiet and private beaches on the south-west coast. Grab yourself a drink from one of the bars and relax with a drink.

If chilling out isn’t the only thing on your mind this holiday, you can gear up for adventure. This resort offers tons of activities from watersports to camel riding to hotel entertainment – and that’s not to mention all the boutique shopping and authentic coastal Spanish restaurants waiting to be explored.

A 10-minute drive away is Playa Mogan, with its striking similarities to the sinking city of Venice. This costal town is known for its canal, bridges and the fresh seafood. Many restaurants serve up traditional delights such as swordfish, sea bass and lip-smacking paella.

Just south of Playa Taurito is Puerto Rico, known for its exciting nightlife and party atmosphere. It’s worth a journey here after sunset to see the streets alive with dancing and karaoke.