Tamadaba Natural Park
Both the view from the beach below, and from walking on the clifftop forests, is spectacular.
The Tamadaba Natural Park is one of Gran Canaria's most pristine areas. Its 7,500 hectares stretch from the highlands down to the coast in the fast west of the island within the Unesco Biosphere Reserve. You can choose between forests of indigenous Canary pine trees, the steep, almost inaccessible,
Tamadaba is another place to pen down in your diary because it combines tranquility, magic and beauty of its forest, with the spectacular views from the Roque Faneque which is accessed through a hiking trail. Tamadaba combina la tranquilidad, la magia y la belleza de su bosque, con la…
beautiful park full of pine trees and great views. there is also a camping place but you have to make a reservation.
A secret forest in the heart of the island, a secret place for the ancient canarians
“Very good place with typical food in the middle of a wineyard. open during the week at noon till 17h. In Valsequillo you follow Guachinche at the gas station.”
“comida fusion espectacular y muy bien de precio. Cerca de la playa de las Canteras”
“The Pintada Cave Museum and Archaeological Park is located in the city of Gáldar, northwest of the island. Inside is one of the most representative archaeological sites in the Canary Islands, with characteristics that make it unique in Spain. The Painted Cave is considered the "Sistine chapel" of the ancient aborigines of the island, of the Canaries.”