Arguineguin Gran Canaria | Authentic Spain

Arguineguin Gran Canaria | Authentic Spain

Arguineguin Gran Canaria is situated on the south coast part off the island and falls under the municipality of Mogan.

Not known as a holiday resort and still retaining that authentic fishing village feel, it’s a beautiful place well worth visiting if not holidaying here.

Gran Canaria has so much to offer holidaymakers, nightlife, sports and attractions but if you want that true Spanish way of life feel, Arguineguin ticks all the boxes.

Things to Do in Arguineguin Gran Canaria

One of the most popular things to do in Arguineguin, if not the whole island, is visit the market on a Tuesday.

Not just any old market but it is actually the busiest and biggest market in the whole of Gran Canaria.

If you are a beach lover then Arguineguin will not disappoint, home to quiet and secluded spots which are perfect for families.

Arguineguin Gran Canaria

Being a fishing town, boat trips are common place and not over commercialised so you get a good trip from a local guide.

There are some restaurants, bars and cafes which are very welcoming, friendly and popular with the locals.

Again, a fishing village, trying the fresh fish in the restaurant’s is a must and prices here are very reasonable.

Arguineguin Accommodation Options

You have a range of hotels dotted in and around Arguineguin, ranging from family hotels to adults only.

Popular in the area are holiday rentals, Airbnb and self catering apartments, if you are here as a family a hotel would be better suited so the kids can keep occupied.

Where to Book Arguineguin Holidays?

Most major travel agents will have holidays available to Arguineguin, Jet2holidays, Sunshine Holidays and Love Holidays all included.

If you are flexible on your travel dates then a search on Icelolly or OnTheBeach will have great last minute holidays to Arguineguin.

If you don’t mind being slightly out of the area, there are plenty of other places nearby which may be cheaper to book.

Have you stayed in Arguineguin before? Let us know in the comments section below about your time here!

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