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Gran Canaria is the second most populated island in the Canary archipelago. It is hope to 850,000 permanent residents, many of whom live in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
The volcanic island is home to some excellent beaches and many resort communities.
Gran Canaria Island enjoys a wonderful climate that ranges from a high of 20 degrees celcius in January to approximately 27 degrees in July.
To learn more about the island, please access the Gran Canaria Vacation Guide.