Venice is without a doubt an amazing place, its causeways, bridges, gondolas, and the list goes on, but, did you know that the Canary Islands also has a "Venice"? That is the name given to Puerto Mogan by many of its visitors, no wonder it's called "Little Venice of Canary Islands". Surrounded by yachts and the lifestyle that comes from being a sailing enthusiast, Mogan is a very special place, and don't let it's size fool you. You have shops, a hotel, a residential area, plenty of shops nearby, restaurants, beaches, great weather and an architecture that can often time travel its visitors. Best of all, you're covered from the Northeasterly winds, meaning, you can get your sail on in the south of Gran Canary whilst enjoy some really impressive sights.
The Marina counts with many in-house services as well as accommodations for those who decide to set out and discover Puerto Mogan on foot. It is also a great place to set sail from, you are only a few hours away from San Miguel in Tenerife or nearby islands of Fuerteventura and Lanzarote.