Puerto de Mogan is also known for it’s venetian look alike canals, hence it got its name “little Venice” and “Venice of the Canaries”. Walking down this road alongside canals did took us to Venice for a brief time. The bridges that connected both the side of land were adorned with Bougainvillea flowers in rich red, pink and orange. The canal finally ended in the vast ocean which was such a pleasant sight.
Puerto de Mogan is by far the most prettiest little villages we’ve ever seen. The whitewashed village were bursting with Bougainvillea flowers which was actually quite a photogenic view.
A dip in the sea and relax in the beach under the sun was so ideal. The beach promenade was flooded with restaurants and shops. We had a lovely lunch in one of them – vegetarian spaghetti, Garlic bread and Spanish Omlette (Tortilla Espanola).
While you can wander around the town, there are also plenty of activities to do. Puerto de Mogan is home to many watersports activities that include jet-ski, parasailing, submarine trips, dolphin watching tours, and diving centres that offer snorkelling and PADI scuba diving courses. We took a combined ticket for Jetski, Parasail, banana boat and boat trip for 50 Euros, and had super fun.