White-sand dunes in the south, volcanic mountain landscapes in the centre and green forest in the north are all examples of why Gran Canaria, with only 50 km of diameter, is called a Mini Continent. Although a third of the island is protected by UNESCO as a Biosphere Reserve, it’s not all about nature here. Cosmopolitan towns such as Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Meloneras add a chic touch to the island, while places like Cueva Pintada -an archaeological park of painted caves- show you Gran Canaria’s true roots.
Spread across the island our selection of villas in Gran Canaria is the perfect setting for your holiday. Choose between countryside or dramatic coastline to experience your villa holiday on this Miniature Continent.