Flights from Birmingham to Gran Canaria Las Palmas
Flight information Birmingham to Gran Canaria Las Palmas
Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 1835 miles
Gran Canaria Las Palmas
Great deals can be found on flights from Birmingham to Gran Canaria with Skyscanner. Options are plentiful for cheap flights with multiple airlines flying between these locations most days. Even last-minute flights can be found easily. Some flights will include stops or layovers but most are direct. You can book direct flights from Birmingham to Gran Canaria on carriers such as Thomas Cook Airlines, Jet2, or Monarch.
Birmingham Airport (BHX) advises arriving as early as possible for your flight. Check-in begins at least two to four hours prior to boarding. A valid passport will be required for all flights from Birmingham to Gran Canaria.
At Birmingham Airport, there is only one terminal. While waiting for your flight, you can take a break and relax in one of the many eateries. There are a variety of offerings for every palate, including a coffee shop, natural food restaurant, bar, and home-style restaurant. If you would like to search for last-minute items, duty-free shops are available in the terminal. These offer a variety of designer brands, beauty products, purses, and electronics.
Flights arrive in Gran Canaria at Gran Canaria Las Palmas Airport (LPA), in Area A. Transportation to your destination in the city is conveniently located right outside after landing. Car hire services are available in front of the arrivals area for the convenience of travellers. Buses and taxi services may be arranged in the parking area.
Weather in Gran Canaria
Warmer weather will greet travellers from Birmingham to Gran Canaria. With an average of a chilly 3 degrees Celsius in the peak of winter in Birmingham, Gran Canaria will feel much hotter at 18 degrees. The summers are also warmer in Gran Canaria. The average is 24 degrees in the hottest summer month of August, versus an average of 17 degrees in Birmingham. The wettest months in Gran Canaria occur during the winter. Taking a plunge in the water in Gran Canaria will be the warmest in September and October.
Dining and Attractions
Gran Canaria boasts miles of inviting beaches. With swimming, sunbathing, boating, fishing, and a variety of water sports available, there are options for every water enthusiast. For something different, the excavation of an aborigine settlement provides an intimate look into history at the Cueva Pintada Museum.
Through sculpture and architectural design, Gran Canaria is alive with art and culture. Unique sculptures of dogs looking contentedly at a cathedral make the Los Perros de La Plaza de Santa Ana sculptures an inviting addition to the art in this city. La Charca, a stunning nature reserve with sand dunes and lagoon, offers natural beauty and bird watching. When it comes to dining out, Gran Canaria offers a fusion of flavours reminiscent of traditional Spanish cuisine. Fresh fruits and vegetables are plentiful. For travellers who enjoy fresh fish, there is no shortage of supply here. Que Tal by Stena offers superb fine dining while Let Me Take U is a favourite mid-range priced restaurant for travellers and locals alike.
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