Origin of Gran Canaria, Sacred Mountains Unesco Heritage

Origin of Gran Canaria, Sacred Mountains Unesco Heritage

Origin of Gran Canaria, Sacred Mountains Unesco Heritage

Tuesday

Do not miss this spectacular tour, where we will visit villages with authentic charm and beautiful and green landscapes of the interior of Gran Canaria.

We will start with a visit to the town of Moya, taking photos from the viewpoint of the Doramas valley and entrance to the house of Tomás Morales, modernist poet. We will continue ascending through Fontanales through grazing areas, to reach the viewpoint of the crater of the Gáldar pines and the Black Mountain range, the last eruption on the island (approx. 3000 years). The next stop will be in Artenara, one of the highest villages in the Canary Islands.

Our guide will head us to the Museum and the replica of the Risco Caído, named in 2019 “World Heritage” by Unesco.

Time for lunch (not included). We will finish the tour in Tejeda, one of the most beautiful villages in Spain, with its breathtaking views of the Bentayga and Roque Nublo, with a coffee and its rich almond sweets.

42,00€ adults. 26,00€ Children (between 8 and 13 years old).

Starting hours: pick up between 09:15 and 09.45 hrs. in LAS PALMAS CAPITAL

Duration: 8 hours.

Includes: Pick up and return to Las Palmas capital (inform us your hotel or adress).

 Languagues: Spanish and English simultaneous.

 Difficulty: Low (No wheelchair accesible)

Salida de Las Palmas
Moya
Tejeda
Artenara