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El Bufadero

In the Playa del Garita (municipality of Telde) there is El Bufadero, a series of basalt rock craters (a fine grain rock and a dark or black color rich in minerals), which are connected to the sea through galleries. They are a kind of natural pools that are emptied and […]

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Mundo Aborigen Park

On the road GC60 from Maspalomas to the center of the island (direction Fataga) you will see on the left the Mundo Aborigen park, reconstruction of an ancient village dedicated to the lives of Guanche, the first aborigines who lived in the Canary Islands. The park overlooks the Barranco de […]

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Gran Canaria Flavours

The land of Gran Canaria, of volcanic origin, has many properties which, combined with the various microclimates, make agricultural and zootechnical production rich. Microclimate also permits the development of a unique flora and a variety of endemic plants (more than 500 species unique to the Canary Islands). For example, the […]

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Cenobio de Valeron

The archaeological park of Cenobio del Valeron is located in the municipality of Santa Maria de Guia (territory where are also the Doramas rural park and the Brezal nature reserve) and is located in the north of the island. It is a collective granary¬†used by aborigines, consisting of 298 compartments […]

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54 Blue Flags

With the opinion of the international jury of the Blue Flag environmental program in 2017 edition, the Canary Islands awarded 49 beach awards, 2 more than the previous edition, 5 for the tourist ports. In the Canary Islands, the Blue Flag initiative is managed in collaboration with the Canary Islands […]

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El Molino de Agua

Taking the road GC 60 from Maspalomas (north), overcome the village of Fataga, we meet the finca (farm in Spanish) El Molino de Agua, a lovely place immersed in nature and peace. In the property there is a good restaurant (rustic typical Canary), a swimming pool and a small ranch […]

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