Guided tour in Gran Canaria

Can be visited from Tenerife too

With its 1,560 km², Gran Canaria is the third largest island of the Canarian archipelago behind Tenerife (2,034 km²) and Fuerteventura (1,660 km²). Gran Canaria has a very rich archaeological, architectural and cultural heritage. Like its neighbours, nature there is beautiful and generous, both near the sea and inland.

You will like seeing:

  • The Bandama volcanoes: the youngest on the island
  • The Cuatro Puertas site: archeology, energy and mystery
  • Tejeda and Artenara: villages within a large volcanic caldera




Price list


You will like learning:

  • The secrets of the Berber sanctuaries
  • An extraordinary natural history
  • Legends hidden in the volcanic walls






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