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To Playa del Ingles by car: Oktoberfest in Spain
Visitors to the Terrasse Bavaria in Playa del Ingles will recognise the southern German roots. Here you can celebrate and dance to live music and hip records played by well-known DJs. The owners of Terrasse Bavaria, Violetta and Robert, have brought a small piece of the Bavarian Free State to Gran Canaria and cultivate Bavarian traditions. Of course, the Oktoberfest is also celebrated every year in typical Bavarian style to live music and a packed dance floor. If you want to join in the festivities and are coming by hire car, you are advised to reserve a table beforehand, because the Terrasse Bavaria is often fully booked.
Beach-hopping by car: between Playa del Ingles and Playa de Maspalomas
The 4-km long beach of Playa del Ingles, from San Agustin to Maspalomas, is one of the most popular beaches on Gran Canaria. Golden sand, blue water and great bathing conditions, plus the central location and a lot of entertainment, what more could you want on holiday? And the amazing 3-km long beach Playa de Maspalomas continues behind the dunes of Maspalomas. If you want to explore the most beautiful places in and around Playa del Ingles in your hire car, you can reach almost the entire south coast of Gran Canaria by taking the Avenida de la Union Europea out of town and continuing on the GC 500. In good weather this is a perfect trip in a cabriolet.
The panorama roads of Playa del Ingles: car trip to Puerto de Mogán
One of the most beautiful trips on Gran Canaria runs from Playa del Ingles to Puerto de Mogán, the Venice of the South. Especially the last section of the route, which leads directly along the cliffs of Tauro, is worth experiencing. For a day trip we recommend a slightly longer tour, which starts from the car rental office in Playa del Ingles and heads north to the mountains to San Bartolomé de Tirajana. If you hire a car, you should not miss this great round trip. The narrow mountain road leads almost to the top of the 1,813-metre-high Roque Nublo and then follows many serpentines down to the fishing village of Puerto de Mogán.