Taurito Princess

The Taurito Princess is a stylish four-star hotel with modern, elegant rooms that enjoy sea views as standard. The hotel has two large pools with a poolside bar serving drinks and light bites during the day and a smaller kids pool for the little ones. When it comes to dining options, there’s two buffet restaurants, one of which boasts an al fresco seating area with views across the sea to Puerto Mogán. In the evenings, guests can enjoy a range of entertainment from singing and dancing to magic shows. There’s also a piano bar and sports bar on-site, along with a sauna where you can get massage treatments if you fancy a spot of pampering.

Overview of Taurito, Gran Canaria

Sun, sand and sea is what Taurito is all about. This quiet resort town is perfect if you want a relaxing holiday hopping from poolside to beachside, with the option to dip into the lively resorts of neighbouring Playa Del Ingles and Maspalomas as and when the mood takes you. With beautiful golden beaches and spectacular views, it’s easy to see why this peaceful part of the island is such a hit.

Things to do in Taurito

Spend your days relaxing by the pool with a cocktail or soaking up the sun on the tranquil Taurito Beach. If you want to venture further out, the charming town of Puerto de Mogán is only a twenty-minute drive from the Taurito Princess Hotel. Puerto de Mogán is also home to Lago Taurito Waterpark with its steep and winding slides providing hours of fun for children of all ages. For a dose of culture, head to Canada de los Gatos, an archaeological site with a fascinating history and spectacular views over the town. East of Taurito is the town of Puerto Rico where you can try your hand at a range of water sports and activities, including jet-skiing, diving, and fishing. For a holiday toGran Canariathat truly delivers on the relaxation front, Taurito is a great option. A week of peace and quiet, Taurito will leave you feeling refreshed, recharged, and ready to get back to the hustle and bustle of daily life.

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.