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Where to start really a very run down forgotten about shambles . Very very dated lots of units closed it’s on its last legs . It looks like the run down temple in the jungle book from the outside honestly. It needs closing down demolishing...More
Horribe place that need a big renovation. The ideá of this celcular shopping mall is good and was probably nice many years ago but now just falling apart. Positive thing is the Hippo Market serving upper Maspalomas with much opptions.
Faro 2 is a short walk from local hotels. On first view it seem to be a large round shopping complex on 2 levels with bars clubs shop but on closer inspection is in a bad state of repair with half of it shut down...More
A great little restaurant is thriving in the middle of an unfortunately run down shopping centre. The shopping centre itself does not have much to offer... there is a Hyperdino supermarket that is great - open early until late and has everything you need... there...More
Don't be put off by the state of the building. A bit post-apocalyptic. The welcome is great, with several restaurants and a huge supermarket. Sad to see this place in such a poor state but still definitely worth a visit. You won't be disappointed.
This was the place to go 20 years ago. Sad it see what it’s been reduced to now.
Go to see how it’s changed from photos of it’s hey day ( banjo bar, tex mex) to now.
Or just walk down any British high street...More
This was our 1st visit to Gran Canaria and the Faro2 shopping complex. It’s such a shame to see how derelict it looks. It would make a good setting for The Walking Dead. I bet it was a decent night out in its heyday. The...More
So sad to see the decline of Faro 2. We go to Maspalomas every year and remember it in its heyday, lots of bars and restaurants where, if you didn't go early, you would not get a table anywhere!! But we still go to Faro...More