Route Southern Treasures of Gran Canaria

Route Southern Treasures of Gran Canaria

Route Southern Treasures of Gran Canaria


After picking up our clients staying in the city Las Palmas G.C. We will be heading to the east of the island, in the AGUIMES area where there is an ancient volcanic valley of exceptional beauty, called GUAYADEQUE by the ancient Canaries, with a possible translation of "Running Water".

The ravine is marked out by hundreds of pre-Hispanic caves, today inhabited by the Canaries themselves. We will visit a restaurant cave open since 1960.

We will continue to visit the south of the island, the enclave of Maspalomas, world famous for its tourism, its 1886 lighthouse and of course we will not stop at the viewpoint of the Maspalomas dunes, a protected natural area of more than 400 hectares.

We will leave for the tourist corner of Puerto Rico, where there is the possibility (not included in the price) of enjoying a 35-minute boat trip along the west coast to Mogán. Those who decide not to embark, will continue with our guide, to move by land until the arrival of the ferry.

In the fishing port of Mogán, we will all meet again and we will walk through the little Venice of the south, so called this place because of its canals and colorful houses.

Our guide will offer us free time (approx. 1.5 hr.) either for lunch or for a swim in the small nearby beach. We recommend you to have something quick or a snack and have more time to relax either in the bath, lie down or go shopping, whatever you prefer.

(Lunch not included)

46,00 € Adults. 28,00 € Children (from 6 until 13 years).

 Departure/Pick Up:  Between 09.15 and 09.45 hr. in the city.

 Duration:  aprox 7,5 Hrs.

 Languages: Spanish and English.

 Difficulty: Low. No available for disabled or wheel chair.

 For those staying at south, best meeting point will be main door Local Market Vegueta (09.45am.)

Optional ticket seaboat trip for 7,5 euros adults and 5,5euros children (duration 35 mints from Puerto Rico to Mogan)

Salida de Las Palmas
Puerto de MogánMogán