Parque Santa Catalina is the gateway to the city for travellers arriving by sea to Puerto de La Luz. This is the first picture encountered by cruise guests who land at the nearby Santa Catalina cruise pier.
Its location, between the Port and Las Canteras Beach, is privileged. Whithin the park, life unfolds around kiosks and terraces. There is also a playground, and two emblematic buildings that have witnessed the British port trade, the Elder and the Miller buildings. The Elder building, today a Science Museum, and the Miller building, a multifunctional space destined to culture and the busy headquarters during carnival.
Parque Santa Catalina has always been a reference in the daily life and a tourist meeting point. It homes the House of Tourism, a city’s heritage building designed by Néstor Martín Fernández de la Torre and his brother, architect Miguel Martín Fernández de la Torre.
Address: Parque Santa Catalina s/n
35007 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria