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How to get the most out of your holiday money.
How to transfer money to and from Gran Canaria and get the best possible exchange rates.
Here’s the Gran Canaria Guru list of people that we know from experience are seriously useful to anyone coming to Gran Canaria to start a business or invest in the city. Read More
There are various ways to watch UK TV in Gran Canaria; some free,some not; some legal, most not; some on your TV and some via the PC, Mac or smartphone.
We’ll try to explain all the different methods, give you the best websites and show you the different costs. If we have missed anything please let us know in the comment section below this article. Read More
The Gran Canaria Walking Festival starts on November 2nd and is an ideal opportunity for island residents and visitors to get to know more about the Miniature Continent.
Now in its fifth year, the GCWF is designed to give visitors and residents alike a walking experience in Gran Canaria with fun, tasty and educational activities included along the way.
There are six different walks between November 2-6, each on with a knowledgeable local guide that speaks English. This year there are even two nocturnal routes that include a guided tour of the Gran Canaria night sky.
Each route includes bus travel (to & from Playa del Inglés and Las Palmas), an activity such as a tasting or guided visit to a local attraction, and a guided walk.
You can sign up for the full package of six walks for 120 euros, the weekend pack, or choose any of the walks for 18 euros each.
Full details of the routes, times and pickup points for each walk are on the GCWF website.
Register for the Gran Canaria Walking Week by October 30, 2016.
Cárdenas Real Estate is an estate agency based in Arguineguín, Puerto Rico and Puerto de Mogán.
The company has been in business for over 30 years and is south Gran Canaria’s best regarded agency. It offers contracts plus commission and is an excellent place to work.
Cárdenas are currently looking for a property consultant and an office coordinator.
The requirements for both vacancies are very reasonable.
Please send your CV and covering letter to career(at)cardenas-grancanaria.com
Gran Canaria is part of the ZEC, or Canary Islands Special Zone. What’s special about it?
Well, open a business in Gran Canaria and tick all the boxes, and you pay just 4% corporate income tax and gets a slew of other benefits.
The ZEC is a low-taxation zone focused on the Canary Islands. Its main purpose is to encourage European businesses to move to the Canaries, or set up subsidiaries here, to provide jobs and experience to local people and boost the economy. In exchange, it offers businesses one of the lowest corporate tax regimes in Europe. Read More
Unless you try to drive over, relocating to Gran Canaria isn’t really any harder than moving anywhere else in Europe.
That said, the more information you have before you move to Gran Canaria the easier things are. Here’s everything we can think of that you need to know about relocating to Gran Canaria. Read More
Inglés Vivo, an excellent Arucas language academy is looking for two native English teachers for small groups of children between the ages of four and 18. These are good quality 20-hours contracts with an employer that looks after its staff.
Here’s the description…
We are looking for 2 Native English teachers in the north of Gran Canaria. Teaching children from 4 -18 years of age in small groups. 20 hours a week, 4-8pm Monday to Friday. Spoken Spanish and experience needed. We offer long term stable work.
Please send CV to inglesvivo38 (at) gmail.com
The Gran Canaria lifestyle is all about being outdoors and enjoying the gifts that island life gives us every day.
Those beautiful surf waves, the spectacular walking trails, the stunning highland roads; it’s hard to live in Gran Canaria and not have a hobby that involves making the most out of the sunshine.
Whether you surf, drive a motorbike, or just hike with your dog, you want to do it knowing that any accidents are covered by insurance. And also that anything that happens at home while you are out enjoying yourself is also covered.
Now, health insurance makes sure that you are protected, but what happens in the event of an accident involving other people, or a boiler failure when you are on the beach?
An innocent mistake or mishap can end up costing a fortune if property is damaged or a third party gets injured because of something you do. Court costs and damages add up fast!
Civil liability insurance covers you for exactly this sort of event and gives you and your family complete peace of mind.
In Gran Canaria, Caser Expats offer a tailored civil liability insurance policy that covers the needs of foreign residents on the island. A Caser policy insures you against the cost of any accident you are involved in and protects you and your family from court costs and damages.
CaExpatsarts insurance covers the following….
To contact Caser Expats for a free civil liability insurance quote, just contact Nayra from Caser Expats and she will be in touch with you within a day.
The excellent Taste Meson restaurant in Arguineguin is looking for a full-time chef and a full-time sous chef.
Here’s the job description…
“We are currently looking for one new chef, and a sous chef to our high quality kitchen in Arguineguin.
The “Line chef” should have a minimum of 3 years experience.
Full time job for both positions.
We are an all year around restaurant so it is not only for the winter season we hiring but it is also a possibility if that is what you are looking for.
We cook all food from scratch and it is more towards “fine dining” food but in a very relaxed environment.
It is a huge plus if you speak Spanish but not a deal breaker.
Send your application to info (at) tastemeson.com.”