All our beachfront apartments are situated right on the first line of Mogan beach with easy access to many restaurants, bars, supermarkets, church, pool and the beach. They are impeccably decorated with modern furniture and facilities.
These apartments are located right in the harbour with easy access to many restaurants, bars, supermarkets, church, pool and the beach. All our harbour view apartments are impeccably decorated with modern furniture and facilities.
All our harbour view apartments are impeccably decorated with modern furniture and facilities. They are located right in the harbour with easy access to many restaurants, bars, supermarkets, church, pool and the beach.
Very modern 3 bedroom apartment with balcony. The apartment is 10 minutes walk from the port and pool. It has a very modern kitchen and lounge. There is a balcony with morning sun. One bedroom has a double bed, one two singles and then there is a bunkbed.
2 bedroom apartments located between 5- and 10 minutes walk from the beach. Apartments on first and second floor with access with elevator. They have a terrace with table and chairs. Fully equipped with air conditioning and internet. Brand new and modern and the most stunning views over the valley of Mogan. Communal roofterrace with deluxe sunloungers.
Bar Marina was established in 1985 by Liam & Greta Dennehy together with son, Billy and daughter, Sylvia. It is a family restaurant owned and still run by the family today . Most of the staff have been with us for the last 20 years. The restaurant boasts an excellent international cuisine open from 8am to midnight and all tables overlook the beautiful Mogan Marina.
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To find us just follow the sun. We’re at the south western tip of the island, right next to the beach and overlooking the marina in the heart of Puerto de Mogan, widely regarded as Gran Canaria’s most scenic (and stylish) coastal resort. We are only 55 kilometers from the airport Las Palmas, more info:
Often referred to as Gran Canaria’s ‘little Venice’, a stroll through Puerto de Mogan, with its famous harbour area, is an essential part of any trip to the island. The old town, with its picturesque whitewashed houses, narrow streets and brightly coloured bougainvillea, criss-cross the canals that give the Mogan its nickname. A former fishing community now better known for its stunning, sun-drenched beach, superb seafood and quality accommodation, Puerto de Mogan is the ideal size for exploring on foot – not too big to ever feel lost but large enough to discover your own secret holiday hideaway.
Year round sunshine and sheltered south-facing sands, fringed by turquoise waters and gently lapping waves, make the beach at Mogan the perfect destination for sun-worshippers and water lovers alike. A short stroll from numerous bars, cafés and restaurants – serving some excellent seafood – the beach itself is protected by an unobtrusive breakwater on one side and the marina to the other, ensuring calm waters and excellent swimming conditions.
Fans of watersports will not be disappointed, with jet-skiing, deep-sea fishing, parascending and scuba diving on offer, while more sedate activities include glass-bottom boat trips and the famous yellow-submarine tour.
Sitting very much at the heart of this beautiful coastal town, the fully equipped marina at Puerto de Mogan has the capacity to berth more than 200 boats and offers all the services you’d expect including, chandlery, fuelling and supplies, making it a popular spot with mariners planning an onward journey.
Originally home to a large local fishing fleet, the marina at Puerto de Mogan now has a very cosmopolitan feel, without losing touch with its history and culture. The many stylish restaurants and bars bordering the marina ensure that there’s always plenty going on and it’s a great spot to enjoy local seafood or simply find a table, sit back and indulge in a little people watching. Friday’s are especially vibrant as the area around the marina bursts into life, with a weekly street market stocked with local locally grown fruit and vegetables, Canarian handicrafts and souvenirs.
There are very few places in the world where you can go from 2000m to sea level in just 25km. This makes Gran Canaria one of the best places to do mountain biking in the world. With great climbs and even better descents. Hire the latest kit and enjoy a great day out.
The Canary Islands is one of the best places in the world to go deep sea fishing. In the Summer you can fish for marlin, tuna and in the winter bottom fish. In Mogan you can charter a boat or just join a day trip on one of the fully equipped fishing boats we have in the port. For more info contact randy at www.marlinfishingcanaria.com
Explore the ocean in the only passenger submarine in Gran Canaria. They’ll take you to the ocean floor where you can see the exciting flora and fauna of the Canary Islands. For more information have a look at their website. atlantidasubmarine.com
Gran Canaria is a great place to dive. It’s crystal clear waters and volcanic bottom are home to both small and large fish. You’ll see sharks, rays, turtles and you can wreck dive too. If you’re lucky you’ll also see whales and dolphins on your way to the dive spot.
Widely regarded as Gran Canaria’s prettiest coastal village, a stroll through the harbour and old town is an essential part of any trip. Walk over the canals and down the picturesque streets and you’ll feel like you’re in Venice.
Of course, any trip to Mogan needs a trip to the beach. Our beach is sheltered from the wind and waves and is the perfect place to relax for couples and families alike. If you don’t want to lie on the sand you can hire sunloungers and umbrellas too.
Importe concedido: 1.428.557,41 €
Organismo concedente: Comunidad Autónoma de Canarias
Descripción: la empresa dedicada a la explotación de apartamentos turísticos y restauración se vio afectada por la crisis sobrevenida derivada del COVID-19.
La subvención recibida le ha permitido mantener la actividad.