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Last time when I visited Mogán I went there by bus. The bus ride was not that comfortable so I decided on taking a boat back to Puerto Rico.
The boat ride was so lovely, sliding on the water looking at the lovely shore. You pass by a lot of caves and small beaches and a lot of naturists, like everywhere you go in Gran Canaria. And it was lovely seeing the Amadores beach from the boat (see my tip on Amadores).
I got off in Puerto Rico but the boat sails on to Arguineguín. The boat-ride to Puerto Rico was 6 euros and 11 euros if you go further on to Arquineguín.
At 10-12:30 there is a detour, free of charge, to the dolphin zone.
Even though this is more expensive than the bus ride then this is by far more comfortable.
Updated Mar 25, 2011
Address: Lineas Salmon
Phone: 649 919383
Puerto de Mogán is called Little Venice or the Venice of The Canarias due to the lovely canals which link the fishing harbour to the marina. It is so lovely walking there on the small bridges, everything is in bloom there, flowers all over, lemon trees, coconut filled palms, see-through water at the marina where you can watch the fish in the clear, calm ocean.
Talking a walk in Little Venice is a must and one of my favourites.
Updated Jan 20, 2009
Address: Puerto de Mogán, Gran Canaria.
Favorite thing: As you can see in the pictures, there is a yellow submarine. You can buy a ticket and enjoy a 30-minute trip. It's all right, but not worth the high cost: around 20 euros!
Updated Apr 21, 2004