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Once named as having the ‘best climate in the world’, Las Palmas remains pleasant all year round – even January, the coldest month of the year, has an average temperature of 18 degrees. However, if you’re looking for maximum heat, visit in July or August, when temperatures hover around a pleasant average of 25 degrees.If you want to swim in the sea, visit in September, as average sea temperatures are an enjoyable 23 degrees. Visiting in spring or autumn is a great choice if you want to avoid the crowds, as you’ll still enjoy temperatures in the low to mid-20s.
If you’re looking for a break rich in culture, choose a hotel in Vegueta. The old town is home to historic buildings like Casa de Colon mansion, Santa Ana cathedral and the 19th-century marketplace. Visit the Gabinete Literario de Las Palmas near Plaza de Cairasco to learn more about Las Palmas’ fascinating history.Groups and families looking for excellent shopping destinations should choose a hotel in Triana. Just north of Vegueta, Triana is Las Palmas’ main shopping district. Head to Triana High Street to find popular stores like Mango, Zara and H&M alongside local boutiques. If you’re looking for luxury, visit Cano Street to find upmarket retailers.Families and groups should opt for a hotel in Isleta, where you’ll find the majority of the area’s resorts and tourist attractions. Bordering the wide bay at Playa Las Canteras, it’s packed with places to eat, drink and relax along the beachfront. Families will enjoy attractions like Poema del Mar Aquarium, (just 11 minutes’ walk from Playa Las Centeras) or the Castillo de la Luz fortress up on Plaza del Castillo de la Luz (15 minutes’ walk).Groups can visit to Casino Las Palmas, on Calle Simon Bolivar, for a fun evening at the tables, or head to one of the many bars and clubs across the narrow inlet that separates La Isleta from the rest of Las Palmas. If you love water sports, head to La Puntilla. It’s a less sheltered area of Playa Las Cantera, where you’ll enjoy excellent surfing conditions aided by Las Palmas’ famously windy climate.

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