Arguineguin is originally a fishing village that is located on Gran Canaria's southern coast between Playa del Inglés and Puerto Rico. Arguineguin is the place for the Canary Islands are decidedly the most Norwegians, and is also shelters for the Norwegian school and sailors church.
There are 2 holiday resorts in Arguineguin which is very popular among Scandinavians. There are thew high standard timeshare facility Anfi Del Mar and travel company Ving their flagship on the Canary Island, Sunwing Resort. For primary and secondary families may quiet fishing village life be a little dull in the afternoon and evening. Many well therefore to take a taxi or rental car to Puerto Rico or Playa del Ingles, if they do not remain at the hotel. It don't have to be that stupid to stay at the hotel, Sunwing Resort has relatively good restaurants and its own entertainment team that will perform almost every night.
Arguineguin has many good restaurants and it is therefore somewhat unfortunate that many people make the trip to, among other things, shopping centres in Puerto Rico or Playa del Ingles to eat in the evening. Shopping possibilities are somewhat limited however. By the way, there is a large market in Arguineguin every Tuesday but personally I think most sellers generally offers most of the same crap.