Routes and strolls through Gran Canaria
The Painted Cave in Gáldar was home to the former inhabitants of Gran Canaria. Today, it’s one of the most important archaeological sites on the Canary Islands. Make it part of your plans during your island getaway.
The pretty town of Teror is Gran Canaria’s green heartland. It’s famous for its charming balconied houses and for the local people’s devotion to the Virgen del Pino.
Roque Nublo is situated within the rural park of the same name. It has existed since ancient times and is now considered a symbol of Gran Canaria.
What’s the secret behind the success of Playa del Inglés? A pleasant climate, and countless things to do. Come experience this stretch of Gran Canaria’s coastline for yourself.
The 400-hectare area comprising the Maspalomas Dunes holds Special Natural Reserve status and is one of the world’s most unique landscapes.
The traditional fishing town of Arguineguín in an attractive tourist destination that has nonetheless clung fast to its Canarian identity.
Presa de las Niñas is a beautiful artificial lake and recreation area in the southern part of the island. It is perfect for enjoying a swim and having a picnic.
The island’s early inhabitants excavated Cenebio de Valerón, a network of cavities where they stored the fruits of the harvest over the winter months.
Discover the must-see villages and beaches of southern Gran Canaria.
Guayadeque Ravine winds through the eastern part of Gran Canaria. Come discover cave dwellings, indigenous settlements and endemic flora and fauna.