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Bahia Feliz Holidays

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CurrencyEUR: Euro LanguageSpanish Flight Duration4 hours 15 minutes (from the UK) Time ZoneGMT +0 hours

This charming resort has a little bit of everything, splashes of culture, a pretty little beach and it is close to plenty of other interesting places on the island. It’s the ideal place to head to for a relaxing family holiday as it has a small, safe beach and plenty of family friendly restaurants to choose from. You won’t get the noisy nightlife that you find in other resorts, so you can relax in peace or head to another nearby resort for a night out on the town.

Monte Feliz
Playa Feliz
Orquidea

Great Things to Do

The best thing about Bahia Feliz is that there’s not a lot to do, but if you are looking for something to keep you active then here are some suggestions.

Do a Beach Crawl

There are so many beaches to choose from around Bahia Feliz, so if the small beach there isn’t enough for you then you won’t be disappointed. A short drive away you’ll find Maspalomas, which has huge, rolling white sand dunes which are great for finding a secluded spot to sunbathe in.

Explore the Island

There are lots of culturally rich day trips departing from Bahia Feliz each day which are well worth checking out. You can head to the capital, Las Palmas which is full of history and gorgeous restaurants. As you wander its cobbled streets you’ll find plenty of boutique shops and a few free museums.

Indulge in the Local Food

There are some delicious family run restaurants in Bahia Feliz which serve up fresh out of the water seafood and other fresh local produce. Most of the restaurants are in the pretty town square and serve traditional tapas as well as a mixture of international food. Don’t miss out on the local rum!

Party with the Neighbours

Just a little further along the coast you’ll find the lively resort of Playa del Ingles which is the place to head to if you’re after a party. The resort is huge so you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes down to choosing where to spend your evening, whether it’s a huge nightclub or a buzzing bar.

Getting Around

Gran Canaria is easy to navigate with a range of transport readily available. The public buses are a cheap way for visitors to explore the island, most holiday makers tend to use taxis and hire cars as it offers that extra flexibility during your stay. The islands are full of cycling and hiking trails for the more adventurous and there are daily boat services hopping between each island.

By Bus

There are comfortable, air conditioned buses which leave from most of the main resorts regularly and stop at the island’s most famous attractions. The smaller, local buses are slightly less reliable.

By Car

Hiring a car is cheap, easy and highly recommended. The island’s main roads are easy to navigate and well looked after; the smaller roads can be somewhat of a challenge. Driving is on the left.

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Passports and Visas

British citizens don’t need a visa to enter Gran Canaria, but must have a valid passport. For the most up-to-date passport and For more information and advice, visit www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain/entry-requirements or the Foreign Office at www.fco.gov.uk/en/

Health and Safety

You should take out comprehensive travel and medical insurance to cover you while you’re away. For more info, see www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain/health

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