The pretty Hotel Puerto de Mogan is set right in the harbour of the quaint village of Mogan, Gran Canaria. With stunning views of the surrounding mountains and the shimmery blue ... Continue reading
The pretty Hotel Puerto de Mogan is set right in the harbour of the quaint village of Mogan, Gran Canaria. With stunning views of the surrounding mountains and the shimmery blue sea with its pretty white boats, the location looks just like the front of a postcard. Add to this extensive facilities and a golden sandy beach just metres away with an array of watersports and a promenade rich with restaurants, and you’ve got yourself a perfect holiday!
Featuring cute and comfortable apartments set in traditional, whitewashed blocks of four, each two apartments sharing a personal sunroom and decking area, the Hotel Puerto de Mogan offers a perfect combination of modernity and tradition. With two fabulous swimming pools, sun loungers, a whirlpool and a Turkish bath, there’s plenty of opportunity to rest and rejuvenate while you soak up some sunshine.
The Puerto Mogan Hotel has an on-site restaurant, a pool bar and a snack bar for when you feel a bit peckish. If you fancy venturing out for dinner, you’ll be seriously rewarded with the array of local, family-run restaurants lining the marina serving locally caught fish, Canarian and Spanish specialities for you to try. There are even Italian, German and Chinese restaurants if you’re after something a little more familiar. Many of the bars and restaurants showcase live music in the evenings, a perfect holiday experience on a warm summer’s night.
For a quaint fishing town, Mogan has plenty of activities to try. Search for souvenirs at the local market or shopping centre. Hire a Jet-ski or canoe, or go one step further and try some diving or sailing. There are even big game fishing excursions, dolphin spotting trips, and submarine dives to view local shipwrecks!
For a holiday filled with charm and beauty, plus a healthy dose of fun, Puerto Mogan Gran Canaria is perfect, so book now to stay at the enchanting Hotel Puerto de Mogan.
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Situated on the south west coast, nine miles (14km) west of Puerto Rico, Puerto Morgan is one of the more up-market holiday resorts on Gran Canaria. The town is an old fishing village that has recently started to be developed into a modern resort town but retains a Spanish feel to it. Tourism is centred around the marina which bustles with local boats, yachts and Atlantic cruisers. There are a selection of bars, shops and restaurants aimed at tourists, but the shops are less tacky than in neighbouring resorts and the restaurants serve some of the best seafood on the island.
Backed by the mountains, the old Puerto Morgan village is a maze of narrow roads and colonial style houses; the couple of canals running through it has prompted tour operators to dub it 'Little Venice'. There is one small beach in the resort and another, Playa Taurito, three miles (five km) to the east; both have black volcanic sand and boulders. Although there is a disco in Puerto Morgan, those looking for more noise should head to Puerto Rico or Playa del Inglés.
Sailing, jet skiing, boat tours, fishing trips and jeep safaris can be organised from Puerto Morgan. It is also one of the best dive spots on the island with two wrecks just in front of the harbour and the Morgan Caves about a mile away where divers and snorkelers can expect to see large shoals of fish, moray eels, barracudas and yellow gunters. Non-divers on holiday can take a fascinating submarine trip to discover this underwater world. The actual village of Morgan is about six miles (10km) inland and is well worth a visit; it retains a strong rural Spanish ambience and is home to some good traditional Canarian restaurants.
While there is no shortage of fast food stalls and restaurants offering full English breakfasts there are also a few restaurants offering good Canarian cuisine, wines and cheeses. Puerto Morgan is best known for its excellent seafood restaurants serving locally caught fish. Some top choices include Restaurante El Castillo for paella or tapas, La Bodeguilla Juanana serves up some great Canarian cuisine and Casito Mediterraneo has some of the freshest fish in town. Most restaurants are located around the harbour.
While there is a disco and many restaurants offer some sort of entertainment, most visitors come to Puerto Morgan on holiday for peace and relaxation.
Puerto Morgan has all the shops that you would associate with holiday resorts in the Canary Islands but they are generally a little more arty-crafty and sell less of the usual rubbish you find in souvenir shops. Every Friday morning there is a large market in town, which is aimed at locals as well as tourists and sells everything from fresh fish to football shirts.
Visitors should be aware that there is a lot of building work going on, but this is mostly towards the back of the resort. Those looking for large nightclubs and dance music will need to make the short trip to Playa del Ingles, Puerto Morgan is designed more for those wanting a quieter and more relaxing holiday. The beach is only 600ft (183m) long and can get crowded.
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hi we booked year ago and now hear that might not get room in hotel .i was there last year and loved it there.i have athritis and hope we dan get room in hotel 1 Answer
Please can you contact our customer services department on 0333 033 9995 to make them aware of this.
Added 7 months, 2 weeks ago.
By Charlotte, loveholidays.com team member
We are going to Hotel Peurto de Mogan on 2nd October 2014. Can anyone tell me if the building work is very disruptive as I understand they are putting new showers in many rooms in the hotel. Thank you. 1 Answer
Please can you contact our customer services department on 0333 033 9995 and they will be able to help you with this.
Added 7 months, 3 weeks ago.
By Charlotte, loveholidays.com team member