Enjoy the blue of the Atlantic from your balcony in this comfortable newly renovated apartment on the second line of the sea.
It has a cozy living room and balcony with sea views. Independent double room and bathroom. Fully equipped kitchen with everything you need for a vacation that will make you feel at home.
In the heart of the city, in the best area of Triana: this area of the city stands out for its beautiful streets, wide range of shops and diverse gastronomic offer. The suggestive thing about this neighborhood is that it continues to preserve the small traditional haberdashery, bakeries, ice cream parlors, shoemakers, and fashion stores.
A few steps from the Restaurants "La Mafia y Allende". Less than 1 minute walk, from supermarkets, bakery, prepared meals, pharmacy, public transport, and the San Telmo station, to enjoy the entire Island.
The Triana district, which together with that of Vegueta form the oldest in the capital, has become the most important commercial area of Las Palmas, especially since its main street became pedestrianized. It has numerous clothing outlets, from small antique shops to large firms and modern boutiques.
In contrast to the Vegueta neighborhood, which with its narrow streets and old buildings transport you back to the Middle Ages, the Triana neighborhood is more bourgeois, due to the fact that many local merchant families, Andalusians, English, Maltese and Danish settled here . For this reason, it is explained that the main street that runs through the entire district has such a colossal display of architectural styles from the 18th to the 20th centuries. Despite the modern houses that were built at the beginning of the street, all of it was declared a national historical monument.
To the south of Triana, almost in front of the Vegueta Market, you will find the Pérez Galdós Theater, which owes its name to the second most famous writer in the country after Cervantes. After a spectacular remodeling of the façade that was very dilapidated, this theater can now be enjoyed along with its opulent interiors and spacious auditorium. The Pérez Galdós offers a very diverse program: classical music recitals, jazz concerts, plays, etc. Nearby, on the corner of Calle Cano and Peregrina, is the Pérez Galdós House Museum.