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Famed for its huge coastal sand dunes and thriving nightlife, the Canarian resort of Maspalomas is a mecca of sumptuous eateries and designer boutiques. Maspalomas is a popular destination for gay travellers and hosts an annual Pride festival. It is also a great place for families, with Maspalomas hotels typically being kitted out with play areas, crèches and large pools. Finding a great deal on a hotel in Maspalomas is easy with, as we have partnered with the best accommodation providers in the Canary Islands and can help you find the perfect room to match your budget. The hotels are also rated by past guests so you can gain a unique insight into what the resort is like before using our easy to navigate booking system. You can also check out our maps to get your bearings and start planning the holiday of a lifetime.

What's Maspalomas Like?

With more than 17 kilometres of golden coastline, Maspalomas is a paradise for sun-seekers. The dunes have been a national park since the 1990s and are a great place for a stroll, but the best way to get across them is by camel, with rides readily available. Maspalomas is effectively split in two by the dunes, with its more commercial side to the east and the upmarket Faro de Maspalomas region - which is home to an active 19th century lighthouse - to the west. Maspalomas is also home to Gran Canaria's largest golf course and has a host of leading attractions including the Palmitos Park aviary and Aqualand water park.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Maspalomas

With tourism being the main trade in Maspalomas, the resort does not feel particularly Spanish as many of the bars are owned by British and Scandinavian expats. However, it is always handy to learn a few Spanish basics, particularly if you are travelling to areas further away from the coast. Across Gran Canaria, you will find that locals are very amiable and more than happy to help you out if you need directions or assistance. If you want to dine like a native then try fish dishes such as grilled sea bass or Ropa Vieja, which is a pork, chicken or beef stew dish with potatoes and garbanzo beans. If you need any help finding suitable Maspalomas hotels, check out's home page. We have a large team of advisers who can assist you in 11 different languages so finding the perfect accommodation for your holiday in the sun has never been easier.

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