Logo Co-funded by the Creative Europe MEDIA Programme of the European Union

Cartoon is supported by the Creative Europe – MEDIA Programme of the European Union.

More info

Host Town: Las Pal­mas de Gran Canaria

test cap­tion

The Island of Gran Canaria is inter­na­tion­al­ly renowned as a major tourist des­ti­na­tion because of the qual­i­ty of life that both res­i­dents and vis­i­tors can enjoy.

Its excel­lent cli­mate, mag­nif­i­cent scenery and wide range of leisure-time options, mod­er­ate cost of liv­ing and great vari­ety of ser­vices avail­able make it an ide­al place to live and work.

It also offers many advan­tages for doing busi­ness and devel­op­ing pro­fes­sion­al careers. In par­tic­u­lar, there are excel­lent tax incen­tives for the audio­vi­su­al sec­tor.

The city of Las Pal­mas de Gran Canaria, with a pop­u­la­tion of over 380,000, pro­vides an excel­lent urban envi­ron­ment in which to live, work and enjoy one­self. Its cos­mopoli­tan atmos­phere, dig­i­tal con­nec­tiv­i­ty and wide range of shop­ping and recre­ation­al areas, togeth­er with its urban beach­es, have attract­ed pro­fes­sion­als from all over the world.

The excel­lent cli­mate of Gran Canaria allows its pop­u­la­tion to enjoy numer­ous day­time and night-time leisure activ­i­ties. Through­out the year, peo­ple can attend fes­ti­vals and musi­cal, recre­ation­al, sport­ing and the­atre events, many of which are inter­na­tion­al­ly famed. Gas­tron­o­my is anoth­er of the out­stand­ing leisure-time attrac­tions of the island, with a vast num­ber of restau­rants serv­ing typ­i­cal region­al food and inter­na­tion­al cui­sine.

In Gran Canaria sport is wide­ly prac­tised: for exer­cise lovers and healthy lifestyles there are oppor­tu­ni­ties for all types of sports, whether in the city, the moun­tains or of a nau­ti­cal nature.

In short, Gran Canaria is a place where you will find it worth­while stay­ing; a des­ti­na­tion where pro­fes­sion­al and per­son­al oppor­tu­ni­ties go hand in hand; a place where being con­nect­ed and the plea­sure of dis­con­nect­ing coexist.