Let’s go for a walk!

By | 7 February, 2015 | 0 comments

 

In spite of its reduced surface area, Gran Canaria boasts of inestimable beautiful landscapes. Its singular ecosystem and its fauna and flora are in many cases exclusive here and this is what has ensured their preservation.

The natural spaces on Gran Canaria are known as Natural Park, Rural Park, Integral Natural Reserve, Special Natural Reserve, Natural Monument, Protected Landscape and Site of Scientific Interest. All the zones encompassed in these spaces are well-worth a visit.

If you are on Gran Canaria or if you are coming soon and you want more than going to the beach, we suggest you go for a walk in one of these areas:

Parque Natural de Tamadaba, Parque Natural de Pilancones, Parque Rural del Nublo, Parque Rural de Doramas, Reserva Natural Integral de Inagua, Reserva Natural Integral del Barranco Oscuro, Macizo de Amagro, Bandama, Tauro, Tafira, Arinaga, Montañón Negro, Roque de Aguayro, Barranco de Guayadeque, Güigüi, Riscos de Tirajana, Roque Nublo, Barranco del Draguillo, La Isleta, Pino Santo, Las Cumbres, Lomo Magullo, Fataga, Montaña de Agüimes, Tufia, Roque de Gando, Juncalillo del sur, El Brezal, Azuaje, Los Tilos de Moya, Las Dunas de Maspalomas, Los Marteles.

Can you find one that particularly draws your attention?! If this is the case and you would like to receive more information about the area, drop us a line. We’ll tell you everything you need to know about each of these places!

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