Most hikers climb to the hills.In Gran Canaria, that's not quite the case. You can find unforgettable moments in Barranco de Los Cernicalos.
Between Playa del Inglés and Meloneras beaches in the south of Gran Canaria, you will find the Sahara—the dunes of Maspalomas.
Discover Moya, the Azuaje Gorge and the Canary Islands' drinking water value. Barranco de Azuaje is one of the hiking gems of Gran Canaria.
Tejeda and the Rural Nublo Park is the mystery of 40 generations of Guanches, the pre-Hispanic inhabitants on the roof of Gran Canaria.
Cuatro Puertas and Galdár. A visit to this caves will amaze you. Right at the entrance, you will discover the iconic Four Doors Cave.
The Tamadaba Park is one of the most virgin areas of the Gran Canaria and, thanks to its forests, it is also a biosphere reserve.
Just a few kilometres of Porto Mogán begins beautiful and difficult trails through the Veneguera valley to La Aldea. Mogán Veneguera trail.