Escape for a short break to Gran Canaria from £460pp, including return flights, transfers, bag allowance, All Inclusive stay in 4-star Eco-Friendly hotel, ATOL protection, and a FREE £46 donation to the charity of your choice.
Go somewhere special this holiday and enjoy excellent facilities where there’s something for everyone to get involved with. With extensive multi-functional sports facilities, active characters will love the opportunity to explore the grounds.
Challenge each other to a match or two of tennis down at the courts. The sun will watch as you bounce the ball across the net with gusto before heading off to one of the two on-site swimming pools to refresh. If you prefer to cool off in the sea, take a wander to the beach and make the most of the shimmering waters. With Playa El Pirata, San Agustin and Aguila Beach being in such close proximity, you can spend your days bathing or building sandcastles together. You can also undertake water sports there.
When hunger strikes, head to the restaurant for replenishment and admire the picturesque views available from the grounds. With panoramas of the Atlantic and the Maspalomas sand dunes, you’ll find it a calming place to be. The entertainment team ensures there’s plenty going on throughout the day and evening so you won’t need to worry about keeping everyone occupied, and youngsters have a programme of their own. If you’re looking for a relaxing family holiday by the beach, stay here.
On the sun-drenched southern side of Gran Canaria, just a 20-minute drive from the airport, San Agustin holidays are all about enjoying a chilled-out vibe, having lots of family fun and enjoying the incredible weather. With its sheltered beach, San Agustin is the perfect place to take the kids and watch them splash in and out of the deep blue sea, while you soak up the year-round Canarian sunshine or relax under an umbrella with a book.
Holidays to San Agustin are ideal for those who aren’t interested in partying or the busiest nightlife, as evenings are wonderfully peaceful. It’s all about enjoying a good meal at one of the many restaurants in the resort. Freshly caught seafood is popular, as is Spanish tapas and paella, as well as Canarian dishes, such as ‘papas arrugadas’ (wrinkly potatoes) and ‘mojo rojo’ (spicy sauce) – not forgetting the odd glass of excellent local wine.
This hotel has a Global Sustainable Tourism Council recognised certification, and the flights chosen emit 10% less CO2 than other operators for the same journey. The airline also operates a carbon-offsetting programme.
Prices correct as of 23/01/2023
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