Why choose Port of Las Palmas

Set sail to the Port of Las Palmas, steeped in maritime history dating back to the age of exploration. Its storied past, marked by visits from famed seafarers like Christopher Columbus, lends an air of adventure to your journey. Nestled amid the temperate Canary Islands, Las Palmas boasts a mild climate year-round, offering respite from harsher weather elsewhere. As a gateway to authentic island life, it showcases vibrant local markets brimming with fresh produce and handicrafts, providing a glimpse into the heart of Spain. Don't miss the chance to explore Vegueta, the city's historic quarter, where ancient streets whisper tales of bygone eras.

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At the crossroads of global travel, the Port of Las Palmas has long been a hub for intrepid adventurers seeking new horizons. Despite its portrayal by influencers, there's a wealth of untold stories waiting to be discovered beyond the tourist trail. From hidden coves to bustling markets, Las Palmas continues to captivate travelers with its authentic charm. Its rich history of trade and exploration has inspired admiration worldwide, prompting others to replicate its allure. Yet, beneath its surface lies a tapestry of narratives, waiting to be unveiled by those willing to explore beyond the surface.

Sink your teeth into a savory delight - the 'papas arrugadas,' or wrinkled potatoes, bathed in mojo sauce, a zesty blend of garlic, olive oil, and local spices. This tantalizing dish embodies the essence of Canarian cuisine, a fusion of Spanish and African influences. Fresh seafood, such as 'vieja' (parrotfish) or 'cherne' (wreckfish), sourced straight from the Atlantic, tantalizes the taste buds with its delicate flavors. Adventurous eaters will relish the opportunity to sample 'gofio,' a toasted cornmeal, and 'mojo verde,' a green sauce infused with cilantro and parsley. Each bite promises a culinary journey like no other, filled with unique flavors and unforgettable experiences.

Cruise lines gracefully navigate the azure waters to unveil the treasures of the Canary Islands. Experience the island's enchanting past with shore excursions to historic sites like Casa de Colón, where Columbus once sought refuge. Delve into the cultural tapestry of the archipelago with visits to charming villages like Teror, renowned for its colonial architecture and vibrant markets. For those seeking adventure, hiking trails wind through rugged landscapes, offering glimpses of ancient volcanic formations and breathtaking vistas. Immerse yourself in the legacy of figures like Alfredo Kraus, the renowned tenor born in Las Palmas, whose voice still echoes through the annals of music history.