All Inclusive Puerto Rico Gran Canaria
Anfi Tauro Golf Course: This stunning golf course was created in 2006 and Puerto Rico proudly plays host to the PGA Spanish Championships. The holes include water features, wide fairways and white sand bunkers against a backdrop of the rocky coastline. And there are fabulous views out to the Atlantic, making this course an excellent choice for golfing holidays in Gran Canaria.
Water sports galore: The beaches on Puerto Rico holidays are well supported with water sports like jet skiing, windsurfing, sailing, and parasailing. So the waters around the resort are just perfect if you like your holidays a little more active!
Mountain walk: The best way to get to Playa de los Amadores beach is by a 20 minute cliff-top walk from Puerto Rico. At its peak you’ll be able to fully take in the splendour of the surrounding scenery, so you can take some great snaps on your holidays then have a well-earned cocktail at the beach after!
Beaches in Puerto Rico
Anfi Beach: Holidays to Puerto Rico are mainly spent on the beach, and Anfi has to be the best in the resort. One of the most beautiful beaches on Gran Canaria holidays, it’s quite a contrast to many Canarian coastlines as the sand is of the pure white variety. The sand has been imported from coral beds in the Caribbean and as such is extremely fine and soft.
Playa de los Amadores: Literally translated as ‘beach of the lovers’ you’ll certainly find romance in holidays spent at this lovingly created man-made beach. It’s another one which has white sand imported from Caribbean beaches, and the shoreline leads into glowing turquoise water just like the tropics it’s inspired by. The sea here deepens quite quickly but it’s also fairly calm as it’s protected on both sides with long headlands.
Restaurants in Puerto Rico
Minanas: This little Spanish restaurant in Puerto Rico has a style all of its own, with mismatched pieces of furniture and unusual memorabilia. Where it really becomes unique is in the quality of its food though - Cod in Tomato Sauce, Bacon and Chicken with Asparagus and Mushroom Sauce and Hot Chocolate Strudel are just a few examples of the interesting and diverse menu. The chef even comes out to Flamenco dance after he’s finished cooking!
Cosi Come Sei: We highly recommend a visit to this classy Italian restaurant during holidays to Puerto Rico. It’s a cut above your standard holiday fare with gourmet-style presentation of classic Italian dishes and favourites like Fillet Steak with Herb Butter.
Garoe Grill: You’ll enjoy brilliant value at this barbecue and grill joint. The set menu is particularly worth a try, as you get huge portions for low prices! Cheap holidays to Puerto Rico will be even cheaper if you eat here! The kebabs and mixed meat grills come served sizzling hot on wooden platters, and their t-bone steaks are very juicy too.
Nightlife in Puerto Rico
Clubbing holidays: Puerto Rico holidays are the most popular holidays in Gran Canaria, so it’s no surprise that the resort is well stocked with bars and clubs. The best bars are often found in the many commercial centres dotted around Puerto Rico. We’d recommend Bora-Bora, Pub Turbo and Hawaii Bar as lively places to party. And if you fancy staying out a little longer, head to the dance club Jokers or the R ‘n’ B club Space. Of course, there are some great family bars too like Hoops or the Tropicana where you can enjoy chilled out drinks and cocktails whilst catching up on a bit of sport on TV.