The IWBBIO organization also offers other social activities in order to know better the beautiful island of Gran Canaria. These activities will be included in the registration fees for Early Registration.
Meloneras is one of Gran Canaria's most popular tourist areas. The views of the sea and of the stunning Maspalomas Dunes are idyllic. The lively promenade is the perfect place for a stroll during the day and to have fun at night, with a range of shops and businesses. If you opt for our Gran Canaria hotels in this area, you can experience an amazing holiday at the exotic Lopesan Baobab Resort, the luxurious Lopesan Villa del Conde Resort & Thalasso or the fabulous Lopesan Costa Meloneras Resort, Corallium Spa & Casino.
The Maspalomas Lighthouse is in the south of Gran Canaria, right in the middle of one of the most visited sections of coastline in Europe. Maspalomas, Playa del Inglés and Meloneras offer a vast number of hotels and apartments, loads of leisure options during the day and an attractive night life around the beaches. People out walking, surfers and nudists mingle freely on a beach which also has quiet, isolated areas for nude bathing.
Gran Canaria is a popular port of call, created by people coming in from over a thousand different points. The strange melting pot of aromas and colours seemed to catch the ancient travelers by surprise, here at the last European port of call before taking on the long ocean adventure. Nobody expected quite such a melting pot so far from the main centres of the world. For over five centuries now travelers have been saying “This shouldn’t be here”. But it is. Borderlines make up their own rules. Just go behind the beaches and see for yourself. You will find aboriginal silos on clifftops, a neogothic church in banana plantations, a hidden prehispanic city, a colonial district slap bang in the middle of traffic...
Gran Canaria makes for great numbers too, offering a superb card of 7 courses on a sun-drenched island. 7 completely different courses, all within a radius of just 50 kilometres. Golf right by a sea of fine weather, on an island where you can play 12 months a year, on any of the 365 days, at a destination which seems made to measure for golfers, going back some 123 years at the capital, the setting for the first golf club in the country. But they are just numbers, numbers that make Gran Canaria one of the main golf destinations in Spain.