The British newspaper The Sun publish constantly travel tips for your readers, and Spain, fortunately, is one of the countries he mentions the most in his articles.

This Sunday, the newspaper dedicates a report to a classic tourist destination in our country, and does so in first person: a couple tells of their experience after their honeymoon in the island of Gran Canaria.

“This popular European destination is not only home to mountains and sand dunes, but also has a wide variety of impressive spa hotels”says the bride.


Arrival of passengers at terminal 1 of the Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas airport, on August 14, 2023, in Madrid (Spain).  Aena airports have ended the month of July 2023 with a record number of passengers: 29,762,051, 10% more than in the same month of 2022. In July 2023, the Aena airport network managed 242,222 aircraft movements, 5 .1% more than in 2022. The first seven months of the year recorded 1.37 million movements, 9.5% more than in that period of 2022, and 594,323 tons of merchandise were transported, 3.6% more than in 2022. a year before.  Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas is the airport that registers the highest traffic.  AUGUST 14, 2023;AENA;AIRPORTS;SPANISH AIRPORTS;TOURISM;TRAVEL;TRAVEL;PASSENGERS;TRAVELERS;SUITCASES;LUGGAGE;PASSENGER;TRAVEL A. Pérez Meca / Europa Press (File Photo) 8/14/2023


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The couple stayed in one of them, highlighting the breakfast, since their hotel had “a cocktail stand for breakfast serving Bloody Marys spicy and refreshing Buck’s Fizz“.

“If you fancy spotting dolphins and whales, head to the Puerto Rico Marina and hop on the Spirit of the Sea, a glass-bottom catamaran. After sailing for an hour in the Atlantic Ocean, we were delighted to see a family of dolphins swim up to the boat,” he continued.

“There are many other gems inland, so renting a car is a fun way to discover the white mountain villages“adds the bride in her story.

“Our trip would not be complete without seeing the Maspalomas nature reserve, on the edge of the Atlantic: 400 hectares of sand dunes, some up to 12 meters high, They make you feel like you are in the Sahara desert“he concludes.