Mogan Puerto

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The island of Grand Canaria enjoys a subtropical climate.

Temperatures between the seasons vary only some 6 degrees with ideal bathing conditions throughout the year.

Water temperatures vary from 22C in the summer to 19C in the winter.

Welcome


Puerto de Mogan is a small, sleepy fishing village, carefully extended to incorporate new buildings with the old, traditional Spanish style. Its picturesque harbour and marina, white-washed terraces, narrow passageways, brilliant bourgainville and the abundance of smart restaurants, make Mogan the perfect choice for a quieter holiday, away from the hustle and bustle of the crowds.

A little History


The quaint streets and narrow alleyways are adorned with arches and sprays of flowers. Puerto de Mogan is also known as 'Little Venice' because of the romantic balconies and bridges over the Barracuda de Mogan. It is the most picturesque resort on the island and believed to have the best climate in the world with and average rainfall of 5 days per year.

The island of Grand Canaria enjoys a subtropical climate. Temperatures between the seasons vary only some 6 degrees with ideal bathing conditions throughout the year.