Living in your property in Gran Canaria
Thanks to the variations in its climate and geographical location, as well as the diversity of its flor and fauna, Gran Canaria has been described as a "miniature continent" The island has no fewer than fourteen microclimates. More and more homebuyers and investors have recognized the island's diversity and have taken advantage of the island's excellent air links and the good selection of real estate.
Sandy beaches and dunes extend over several kilometres and feature year-round sunshine. Mountain areas and valleys, cultural and shopping options to suit any taste, hectic nightlife and quiet, unspoiled nature: the real estate paradise of Gran Canaria offers it all.
In total, 815,379 people live on the island, of whom 46 perc cent (or 377,203) live in Las Palmas, which is the capital of Gran Canaria and the largest city in the Canary Islands We offer a diverse range of different properties in almost all districts, from apartments through townhouses to single family homes, villas and romantic country houses: Graeser & Partner Real Estate Gran Canaria has the complete range of real estate available. Are you looking for a chic downtown residence, an elegant penthouse or an urban villa in the capital of Gran Canaria, Las Palmas? Perhaps you would prefer a minimalist villa in the greenery of the northern part of the island, a country house in the mountains of Gran Canaria or a rural villa near Las Palmas. We're also the right people to contact for advice on real estate in the beautiful north of the island. On the other hand, you might prefer a comfortable apartment in the south of Gran Canaria, having the best climate in the world. From a bungalow in Maspalomas or Playa del Inglés to a waterfront villa... Perhaps you'd enjoy having a presence in the southern mountains of Gran Canaria with incomparably impressive views over the sunny south with its fascinating, mountainous landscape. Graeser & Partner Real Estate Gran Canaria will find your dream property on Gran Canaria, a homebuyers' paradise, ideal for anyone looking for the best climate, the most beautiful beaches and breathtaking mountain landscapes.
Gran Canaria is at its most popular in the winter, due to the mild climate of the Canary Islands. But even in the summer months, the island's climate is mostly mild and warm. This is due to the cooling effect of the Canary Current. Because of the temperatures, that range between 18 and 26 degrees Celsius almost the entire year, the Canaries are known as the islands of the eternal spring You too can find your dream home with Graeser & Partnerr Real Estate of Gran Canaria.
Real estate Gran Canaria
Unlike the north of the island, the south has been developed extensively for tourism, the development and the ensuring choice of real estate has not just attracted tourists to the sunny southern island, but also many homebuyers and investors, seeking to create their dream property in the form of an apartment, bungalow, villa or country house.
The more central and northern parts of the island are particularly verdant and densely covered with green vegetation. It may be a few degrees cooler all year round, but these zones do feature particularly impressive country houses, spectacular villas and enchanting houses and apartments. Gran Canaria's cultural diversity and its different climatic zones mean that there is something to suit every potential homebuyer or investor.
The sights of Gran Canaria
- The fishing village of Puerto de Mogán, also known as the Venice of the South
- The Dunes of Maspalomas
- Palmitos Park - A sanctuary for animals and palm trees that was almost completely destroyed by fire in 2007 and which reopened in 2008
- The freshwater dam of Barranco, located inland above Maspalomas
- The archaeological open air museum Mundo Aborigen in Barranco de Fataga
- The Cueva Pintada museum and archaeological site in Gáldar
- The "Cruz de Tejeda” a viewpoint located at the summit of the "Pico del Teide”
- The rocky pinnacle known as the Dedo de Dios (the Finger of God) in Puerto de las Nieves (a part of which was knocked down by Tropical Storm Delta on November 28, 2005)
- Cenobio de Valerón, over 290 caves featuring carvings by indigenous people in the whinstone
- Botanical garden Jardín Botánico Canario Viera y Clavijo (or the Jardín Canario for short) in Tafira Alta
- The cactus park Cactualdea in San Nicolás de Tolentino on the west coast
- The Bandama Nature Park in the Caldera de Bandama crater
- The eighty-meter high monolith known as Roque Nublo
- The village of Teror with its traditional Canary Island architecture
- The Artenara Caves
- The capital city, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria with the harbor district and the historic old town, Vegueta
- The inland villages of San Bartolomé de Tirajana and Fataga