All four coasts of Gran Canaria in just one trip! We start by heading southwest, visiting the picturesque fishermen village of “Puerto de Mogán” known as “Little Venice”. We then carry on through volcanic landscapes and mountains of a thousand hues to San Nicolás, centre of Gran Canarian tomato growing. The west coast, with its beautiful cliffs, leads us to "Puerto de las Nieves" in Agaete, where we’ll see what’s left of the “Finger of God”. Passing through Gáldar, Guía and Arucas (villages which are known for its Banana Plantations) we arrive at Las Palmas, we’ll have the chance to stroll along the famous "Canteras" Beach, and snap the “Alfredo Kraus” Auditorium. After an unforgettable day, we’ll return to the south via the east coast of Gran Canaria.
In addition, and to make this visit even more complete, we will go to Gran Canaria’s most recognized coffee plantation and one of the leading ones in the whole of Europe. Come with us to the Finca de los Castaños (Chestnut trees farm) in Agaete and enjoy a guided tour of approximately an hour and know the whole coffee history, as well as taste its unique flavor.
The four coasts of Gran Canaria in one excursion! We start our tour by heading southwest, visiting the picturesque fishermen village of “Puerto de Mogán” , a village known for its multicolored bougainvillea, colonial architecture and narrow canals that have brought the nickname of "Little Venice". A small fishing village reconverted into one of the most picturesque and beautiful tourist centers of Gran Canaria and whose houses remind us of a Mediterranean village with a colonial character.
Our tour continues through volcanic landscapes and mountains of a thousand colors, we stop at "Los Azulejos" (wall tiles), a mountain whose walls surprise us by its vivid colors green, terracotta, yellow among others.
We continue our tour until we reach the town of San Nicolás, center of tomato growing in Gran Canaria and where you can see enormous greenhouses where there are many varieties of tomatoes and the most delicious tropical fruits of the island.
The west coast and its beautiful cliffs bring us to the Port of Las Nieves in Agaete where we will see the remains of the ancient "Finger of God". In the Port of Las Nieves you can have lunch in a typical fisherman's restaurant at a reasonable price. We recommend a walk along the coast until arriving after walking no more than 200 meters to the natural pools of Puerto de Las Nieves.
This stop has an extra surprise. We stop for an hour at the coffee plantation located in the Finca de los Castaños in Agaete, the most renowned coffee plantation on the island of Gran Canaria. Get to know the whole coffee production story, its collection and its exhaustive selection to make its flavor more than recognizable. At the end of the visit, you may taste all different coffees produced there and know first hand the taste of this coffee.
After lunch, our guided tour takes you along the north coast and to our left we see one of the ancient kingdoms of the former inhabitants of Gran Canaria, the city of "Gáldar", the tour continues through Guía, known for its wonderful handmade cheeses, i.e. the famous flower cheese of Guía. We continue to the north and we arrive at Arucas (city known for its banana crops and the cradle of the Rum in the Canary Islands).
Once in "Las Palmas" we stop at the famous "Las Canteras" beach and photograph the "Alfredo Kraus" Auditorium or if you prefer you can have a coffee in one of the biggest shopping centers of the island "Las Arenas".
After an unforgettable day we return to the south along the east coast of Gran Canaria, seeing the famous Avenida Marítima accompanied by its beautiful and slender palms, avenue that has become the main artery of the city of Las Palmas.
(Full day tour)
From the tourist areas we take you to the furthest point of the island, the "Port of Las Nieves". Know our history in each of the charming villages and landscapes that you will discover along the way.
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