Morasol Suites

Situated in the very heart of Puerto Rico, Morasol Suites overlooks the upmarket marina, cliffs and sparkling sea. Suites are recently refurbished, modern and spacious. The large pool and generous rooftop sun terrace make the most of your incredible location, facing out to sea for long, lazy days sunbathing, swimming and snoozing. Why not cool-off with a drink from the poolside bar? Kids will love their own splash pool, and grown-ups can indulge in massages, beauty treatments and a dip in the whirlpool overlooking the yachts. The restaurant serves buffet and a la carte style meals to dine on seafood, steaks and family favourites.

Overview of Puerto Rico, Gran Canaria

Holidaymakers have flocked to the south coast of Gran Canaria for years. The unique wildlife, UNESCO-protected parkland, wonderful climate and fabulous beaches are some of this beautiful island’s main selling points with bustling towns and visitor attractions a-plenty. Puerto Rico, on the southwest of the island, is a perfect resort for experiencing the best of holidays to Gran Canaria. It’s less than an hour to the airport and has a number of key attractions such as the animal park, water park and nature reserves at Maspalomas. Stay at four-star Morasol Suites for a harbour-side location, views of the sea and stylish accommodation.

Things to do in Puerto Rico, Gran Canaria

Thanks to Morasol Suites’ prime location, you’re just a short walk to action-packed Puerto Rico Beach and an even shorter walk to the nearest shops, bars and restaurants. The bustling resort centre is only a 10-minute walk away, boasting shopping plazas, entertainment venues, more places to eat and a theme park. For ball-free and music-free beach time, head to Amadores on the far side of Puerto Rico. The busy marina is literally next door. It’s full of yachts, water sports centres and boat trip opportunities for exploring the incredible sea life found off the shores of Gran Canaria.


Resort Summary

The two main beaches in Puerto Rico are pretty unique, and we aren’t just saying that – both are man-made, which means both had their sands shipped in from foreign locations. The tranquil Amadores’ shores came from the Caribbean, while the golden grains of the bustling Puerto Rico Beach came directly from the Sahara, making that first squish of sand between your toes that much more exotic.

A Blue Flag award-winning beach for its superior water quality and attention to environmental preservation, the Amadores is loud-music free, ball-game free stretch of sand, whose calm bay is ringed by a wall of rocks that keep the waves tempered. At the Puerto Rico Beach, relaxation-ready holidaygoers can rent sunbeds and stretch out underneath the Spanish sun while children splash in the lightly lapping water.