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CAJASIETE Gran Canaria Marathon

Quick facts

Location Las palmas, Spain

Distance Marathon

About CAJASIETE Gran Canaria Marathon

We want the Cajasiete Gran Canaria Marathon to be recognized as an urban, overall (a reference to brokers in many countries) that puts people in the foreground, well organized, transparent, effective, supportive, welcoming and offers participants one sporting event with good human and sporting experience.

The Cajasiete Gran Canaria Marathon is a global event involving people from five continents. This years edition will take place close to the end of January, in the city of Las Palmas, and will consist of a set of sports and social activities culminating in the marathon, half Marathon and 10 km.

After years of steady growth the organization of the race, driven by a promoter committee composed of the Cabildo Insular de Gran Canaria and the Hon. City of Las Palmas, and corresponds to the overall coordination of the Ministry of Sports of the Cabildo of Gran Canaria, has set ambitious goals which are specified in four areas.




  • 42.195km

Half Marathon

  • 21.098km


  • 10km



Aid Stations

Refreshment points from km 5 onwards at every 5 km as well as at the finish. From km 2.5 onwards at every 5 km there will be points for watering sponges.

Maximum Time

Marathon: 6 hour. Half Marathon: 3 hour. 10 km: 1h 30 min



Chip Timing available.


CAJASIETE Gran Canaria Marathon Route Map

CAJASIETE Gran Canaria Marathon Route Map


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Reviewed 01 January, 2018

Wow, a great marathon! Orginisation was superb, friendly and efficient, Lots of freebies such Mizuno t-shirt a goddie bag and a free 4- hour city coach tour and view of the course for runner's and fa...


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Industrial José Sánchez Peñate Street

Av. José Sánchez Peñate, 19, 35010 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Las Palmas, Spain


Música Square

Ctra. del Rincón, 15, 35010 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Las Palmas, Spain




Las Palmas has a mainland-Spain feel, spiced up with an eclectic mix of other cultures, including African, Chinese and Indian, plus the presence of container-ship crews, and the flotsam and jetsam that tend to drift around port cities. It’s an intriguing place, with the sunny languor and energy you would normally associate with the Mediterranean or north Africa. The hooting taxis, bustling shopping districts, chatty bars and thriving port all give off the energy of this city, which is Spain’s ninth-largest.

Vegueta, the oldest quarter, is both atmospheric and fashionable, with a fine selection of boutiques and cool bars. At the other end of town, the sweeping arc of Playa de las Canteras provides you with the tantalising possibility of taking a plunge in between sightseeing and shopping. Venture into the confusing maze of streets behind the beach and you'll find excellent restaurants serving more than the usual array of Canarian dishes. Las Palmas is an authentic Spanish working city and while there are areas you wouldn’t walk at night with a camera slung round your neck, overall, you should feel perfectly safe here.


Location Goal: Venegas Street up to the Plaza of Human Rights (South-North orientation). DISA V Gran Canaria Marathon 2016 (2 turns). DISA XIII Gran Canaria Half Marathon (1 lap). OUT: Human Rights Plaza → Doctor Francisco Pérez Pérez →  Illuminant →  Luis Silva Doreste Avda Juan XXIII → Rail Maritime Avenue Surface Naval Base Exchanger →  Centro Comercial El Muelle Port area → Plaza. Juan Bordes Claverie →  Esplanade Square Jolli Mr. Thomas Quevedo (height of the second turn) →  Square GIRO Juan Bordes Port area Claverie →  El Muelle Shopping Centre →  Luis Morote → Sagasta → Los Gofiones →Ferreras → Paseo de Las Canteras → General → Auditorio Alfredo Kraus Road Corner → Pavia / Castillejos →  Costa Rica → Avda José Mesa y López → Alvear President / Barcelona → Luis Antunez → Leopoldo Matos → Puccini →  Hermanos García de la Torre → León y Castillo →  Triana → Naughty → General Bravo / Wall →  Bishop Codina / Holy Spirit →  San Agustín →  Mendizabal Cruce →  Lentini → Passage Street Gourié Francisco → Losero →  Triana →  León y Castillo →  Dock Liverpool → Venegas → Square of Human Rights. META  

The race information has been found on the official website of the event or through publicly available sources. Always refer to the official website the latest race information. Please let us know if any data is wrong or missing, by emailing us.