Barranco de Guayadeque
A scenic wildlife park which was awarded a Certificate of Excellence in 2013 is one to see. The ravine is home to nearly two thousand plant species along with boasting cave houses and cave Church to visit. If you’re lucky some of the locals will even invite you in. There is plenty of opportunity for food, drink and refreshments along the way, all in all a lovely trip out.
Located in Puerto de Mogan and with yet to find a bad review, this attraction seems to have it all. Somewhere to meet and socialise with new people, this boat trip is like no other. Food and drink is included in with the price along with a ride on the sailing boat, it takes twelve guests on a four hour trip around the coast, allowing for an optional swim in between. What sounds better than a relaxing boat trip across the sea, you really do make this attraction your own experience once on board.
This historical site situated in Gran Canaria’s capital provides plenty of architecture to gaze upon whilst strolling around the island. La Vegueta is a hotspot for tourists in its ability to offer a selection of bars and restaurants to suit all price ranges, from modern to traditional as well as being a shopping hub. There are beautiful historic buildings and a large amount of museums which highlight the importance of tradition in Gran Canaria, such a calming area to have the pleasure to walk around.