Island hopping is always a fine idea for people who want something extra from their stay in Gran Canaria. Thus, tourists can head for either Lanzarote or Fuerteventura, but they can also tick off Tenerife, El Hierro and La Palma. If decided to explore the archipelago, they will find out the specific beauty and opportunities of each and every island and built an intuitive understanding of the diversity and uniqueness of the Canary world.
In order to do that, they have two chief options: either resort to the services provided by the three major sea line companies operating in Gran Canaria, namely, Trasmediterranea, Naviera Armas and Fred. Olsen, or, simply and more efficiently, fly to the island of their own choice by resorting to what Binter and Islas Airways put forward.
Playing tennis and squash in Gran Canaria is possible by force of the plethora of sports clubs and tennis courts located on the island.
As the name might suggest, the Museum of Science and Technology Elder focuses on displaying the most important scientific progresses of humankind.
Holiday World is the largest fun park in the entire Canary Archipelago. The facilities typical of such venues are complemented by a bowling area.