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The town of Mogan is a lovely seaside resort in Spain's Canary Islands province and there are plenty of fantastic accommodation options for anyone who visits. At, we have brought all of the finest Mogan hotels together so that travellers can see at a glance the facilities offered by each. Check out photos and reviews from previous visitors, and compare accurate ratings to make your decision. We also provide location maps showing how near Mogan hotels are to local attractions, and offer some great deals for those who book with us. If you like sun, hospitality and beauty, book a holiday to Mogán with, and you will soon be jetting off to one of Europe's most appealing coastal destinations.

What's Mogan Like?

Mogán is the second largest town on the island of Gran Canaria and is located in the south-west portion of the island. Historically a fishing port, Mogán has embraced tourism wholeheartedly. The port district is a major attraction. With its winding waterways and picturesque streets, the area known as the Venice of the Canaries is a great place to explore by foot. Mogán also has a well protected golden beach which has been specially sheltered to provide a great spot for families. Beyond the sea wall, you can dive, surf and snorkel, while fishing trips depart for more distant waters. The town also has a popular marina, so sailing fans will be in their element, and boats can be rented for leisure cruises. Then there are attractions like Anfi Tauro Golf Course, for those who don't fancy getting their feet wet.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Mogan

Mogán is dependent upon tourism, and the locals are some of the most welcoming people around. There are many restaurants and bars where the proprietor will be happy to chat about local culture, so dive into the Old Town and find your favourite spot. The locals are also dependent upon the sea, so embrace their lifestyle by sailing or fishing - and they will be happy to suggest more secluded beaches to visit as well. Remember to pack the right clothes. Mogán is a hot destination for much of the year (and hardly cold out of season either). Sun cream and swimming gear is obligatory. There are also great festivals to visit on Gran Canaria, the most spectacular being the February Carnival. Events are also held throughout the island, and Mogan is no exception. Time a visit to Mogán with to experience a charming resort on a sun-drenched tourist paradise.